Manager Licensing Tidbit #3

Written by: on Wednesday, May, 27th, 2015

When applying for a management company license you are required to list a Designated Manager.  The application also asks for the Designated Manager’s license number which you will not have. Our suggestion is that you put “TBD” in the field and submit your Designated Manager’s individual license application simultaneously.

Manager Licensing Tidbit #1

Written by: on Tuesday, May, 26th, 2015

As the deadline of July 1, 2015 is quickly approaching I thought it might be helpful to put out little tidbits of information that might help smooth your process to licensure. First, when submitting your application (individuals) you will need to provide the following: 1)    a copy of your driver’s license 2)    a copy showing [Read More...]

Manager Licensing Tidbit #2

Written by: on Monday, May, 25th, 2015

Before an individual working for a management company can be licensed the management company must be licensed. The application (link: ) for management companies is fairly short. However you should be prepared to show valid proof of your error & omissions insurance as well as fidelity coverage. The declaration page of your E&O policy [Read More...]

Are Your Governing Documents Working For You?

Written by: on Friday, May, 22nd, 2015

Or against you?  If your community association’s documents are several years old, it might be time to re-examine them and determine if they’re more harm than good.  In this video, you can watch Trish Harris describe her Top 5 List of reasons why associations ask us to amend their governing documents.  Do you relate? In [Read More...]

HB 15-1343 (a/k/a The Manager License Clean-Up Bill) is Now the Law!

Written by: on Thursday, May, 21st, 2015

House Bill 15-1343 which was introduced to clean up and clarify certain provisions of the manager license requirements, was signed by Governor Hickenlooper making the Bill an official law!  As a quick recap, the Bill made the following changes to the original laws: CEO’s of management companies who do not manage communities are NOT required [Read More...]