Common Interest Ownership Communities and Licensed Professional Managers
Friday, May 27, 2016 at 04:48PM
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            Colorado Homeowner’s Associations and other common interest ownership communities have had a spotted reputation in recent years.  In an effort to manage these issues, some Associations have started to hire professional managers, who are now required to obtain a license prior to hire.  House Bill 15-1343 modifies the regulation of persons who, for compensation, manage the affairs of a common interest community on behalf of a unit owners' association (community association managers) by:

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