As we mentioned in our June 15th post, DORA is now offering online accounts for handling all your licensing needs. Starting new on Monday, June 29th, you’ll be able to set up your account. Click here for instructions.
Written by: Loura Sanchez on Wednesday, June, 24th, 2015
Denver City Council has established a Sharing Economy Task Force to study the issue of regulation of short term rental of homes. In Denver, it is illegal to rent a residence for less than 30 days.
Starting June 29, 2015, DORA is introducing the new eLicense online service. According to DORA, licensed CAMs will be required to set up user names and passwords to create their accounts and once created, CAMs will be able to login and check license updates, add or change licensee information, and print copies of their licenses. [Read More...]
Written by: Loura Sanchez on Thursday, June, 11th, 2015
With the gaining popularity of sites like Airbnb and VRBO, municipalities nationwide are beginning to look more closely at how to regulate the short term rental of rooms or entire homes by individuals. After a lengthy public hearing, the Boulder City Council recently voted 7-1 to move on a proposal that restricts short-term rentals to [Read More...]
DORA has updated the CAM License Application to address its recent decision to NOT require CAM licenses for associations that directly employ managers. As you may recall, there was concern in the industry as to whether associations that employed managers, as opposed to contracting with independent management companies, were required to obtain a CAM license, [Read More...]