It’s hard to believe the Community Association Manager License requirements took effect almost an entire year ago, and we are now approaching the first annual CAM renewal deadline, which is only a couple of months away (June 30th). Since the license renewal process is a first for Colorado CAMs, there will no doubt be plentyGo to Article

As you’ve all heard many times by now, CAMs must complete 8 credit hours of continuing education every year in order to renew their CAM licenses for the following year.  However, as reported in our November 13, 2015 blog, if you are currently a licensed CAM, your 8 hour continuing education requirement has already beenGo to Article

As we could only hope HB16-1133 (the community association manager regulation bill) was killed in committee today.  The House committee on Veterans and Military Affairs, in a rare bi-partisan vote unanimously voted to kill the bill.  As we detailed earlier, as drafted, this bill would have severely impacted community association manager’s ability to do theirGo to Article

Last week Representative Melton introduced the second of three bills that failed to get traction last year but were prime for reintroduction this year.  HB 16-1149, if adopted, would require all associations to comply with the budget veto process contained in the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”). 

As we all know, the new manager licensing regulations impose a number of requirements on community association managers (“CAM”) and CAM companies. One such regulation, Rule F-1(2), requires the CAM or CAM company to keep and retain a copy of the “documents and association records maintained and produced during the management of the common interestGo to Article