Loura Sanchez

Of Counsel

Phone: 303.991.2004
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  • Favorite Game: Cards
  • Favorite Legal Show/Movie: Boston Legal
  • Perfect Vacation: Anywhere with a beach
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Loura became an attorney to help others. Her choice of practicing in the community association arena allows her to do just that through proactive approaches and leading edge techniques. She sees herself as an integral part of her clients’ teams with a role of offering a way to do whatever the client wants, not reasons not to do it.

Education:
Bachelor of Science, Metropolitan State College of Denver– 1988
Juris Doctorate, University of Colorado School of Law – 1991

Professional Organizations:
Community Association Institute – Since 1992
Former Dean, College of Community Association Lawyers -2009-2011
Chair, CAI Law Seminar – 2005 & 2012
PMPD National Faculty – 2000- Present
College of Community Association Lawyers, Board of Governors –  2006-2010
President-Elect, Rocky Mountain Chapter- 2001
Board Member, Rocky Mountain Chapter – 1995-1997, 2001
Colorado Bar Association – Since 1991
Denver Bar Association – Since 1991

Posts by Loura K. Sanchez

On September 27, 2016, the Federal Fair Housing Administration released proposed updates to its condominium mortgage insurance program.  The proposed changes are open for public comment for a period of 60 days.  CAI National will be doing a grass roots outreach to synthesize industry comments and you can read more here about the specifics ofGo to Article

DORA has issued a Director Position statement to clarify the supervision requirements of a licensed manager who has direct supervision over an apprentice license.  An apprentice is NOT a community association manager and is prohibited from performing acts that require a community association manager license except, when under the direct supervision of a licensed CAM. Go to Article

Valentine’s Day recently reminded me how important it is to give to those you love and to show you care.  At Altitude Community Law we love the community association industry and our clients.  That is why, in 2015, we gave over 1200 hours towards education for managers, board members and even other attorneys in thisGo to Article