Summit County (CO) property managers rush to meet Colorado licensing requirements

Local property management companies rushed to meet new Division of Real Estate licensing requirements by July 1. The extensive — and expensive — licensing process involves a 24-hour course, a test designed by the Department of Regulatory Affairs, as well as fingerprinting and a background check for all community association managers.  Read the article……….


Related Articles

Republicans introduce construction-defects reform bill – and it’s got a familiar ring (CO)

Colorado Republicans introduced the centerpiece bill of their construction-defects reform effort Wednesday — and it looks very similar to failed

Key Democrat (CO) at center of condo-defects fight is pulled from legislative ‘kill committee’

The Democratic Colorado legislator who was the swing vote on the failed construction-defects reform bill earlier this year will not

The power of an HOA

Homeowners associations have been around at least since the 19th century, but homeowners still have mixed feelings about them.  For