Manager Licensure Page
In the past, all that was required was to be registered with Department of Consumer Protection (DCP).
Public Act 12-113 was passed in 2012 and now requires all property managers to be a licensed property manager. This adds an education component and a test component not required previously.
When a property manager was initially registered determines what steps they need to take to become licensed.
If a property manager has been registered they may have received notification in the mail from DCP similar to this link with their initial registration date.
Requirements based in intial license issuance date --->>
Department of Consumer Protection
Richard E. Maloney, Director
Phone: (860) 713-6100
Department of Consumer Protection - Manager License - Frequently Asked Questions
The Essentials of Community Association Management (M-100:)
Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA)
March 9, 2013 at
the Aqua Turf in Plantsville, CT
8:30am - 2:00pm
8:30 – 10:00am
MANAGERS’ BREAKFAST: (WAGON Room)
Finding Your GPS in the Maze of Regulations
This event is exclusively for state registered property managers. Pre-registration is required. Printed tickets are REQUIRED.
Richard E. Maloney, Division Director - Department of Consumer Protection
Dawn Bauman, CAE -
Sr. Vice President, Government & Public Affairs, CAI
Handouts will be posted when available -->>
Moderator: Greg Zajac - Building Renewal, LLC
Changing laws and regulations make the job of a manager quite challenging. Our speakers will walk you through the maze of manager licensing and discuss other legislative trends happening throughout the country. Other issues to be discussed: the dangers of providing legal and construction advice; manager ethics; the importance of understanding and following CIOA; and avoiding criminal liability.
(Be sure to submit your question in advance if possible – click here)
Sponsored by: Building Renewal, LLC