The Colorado Division of Real Estate is gearing up to get the rulemaking process rolling on the new manager licensure law that goes into effect on January 1st and here’s the latest communication from the Division. While community association managers will not have to be licensed until July 1, 2015, the Division is working on putting emergency rules into place that will be necessary for the initial licensing. The emergency rules will address education, testing, licensing and insurance requirements needed for licensure.
A hearing on the emergency rule-making, which will include public testimony, will be held on Friday, January 2, 2015, beginning at 10:00 am at the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center in Conference Room 1B. The address for the Judicial Center is 2 East 14th Avenue, Denver, Colorado.
We recommend that all management companies, managers, HOA boards and other interested individuals review the proposed rules prior to the hearing. While Community Associations Institute will be providing testimony at the hearing, in the event you have any concerns or recommendations, you should also plan to attend and testify. To review the proposed rules which will be the subject of the hearing on January 2nd, please read the following sections: Section A (Licensing, Qualification, Applications & Examinations), Section C (Licensing – Office) and Section D (Renewal, Transfer, Inactive License, Reinstatement and Insurance).
Keep your eye on this blog for the latest information published by the Division of Real Estate relating to manager licensure!