As you know, in addition to satisfying your CMCA continuing education requirements, effective July 1, 2016 you will also need 8 hours per year of continuing education for your Colorado CAM license. Because of the anticipated high demand for education to satisfy the requirements, effective January 1, 2016, we are implementing a 60 day registrationGo to Article
Category: Manager Licensing
Now that many managers have acquired the CAM license through DORA, they are getting ready to jump through their next hurdle: eight hours of continuing education before renewal of the CAM licenses in June 2016. But what many managers do not realize is they have already obtained their 8 hours of continuing education credits forGo to Article
Here are some interesting stats about the manager licensing program so far: Pass rate for test the is 75% generally and 85% for those individuals who hold some type of designation like a CMCA or PCAM; There are 322 licensed management companies and 37 pending licenses; DORA has issued licenses for 307 designated managers andGo to Article
During the opening session at the CAI Mountain Conference, DORA officials spoke about the process that will be followed for complaints against licensed managers. Currently, DORA has received approximately 100 complaints and is handling those in the following general manner: verify DORA has jurisdiction over the nature of the complaint; contact the licensee and allow themGo to Article
DORA recently posted a reminder in its monthly mailing that all associations must list the physical address of the association in online registrations. If your attorney, manager or management company handles your registration, they cannot use their own address as your association’s address. DORA is asking that all information be updated at https://www.dora.state.co.us/pls/hoa/HOA.logon.