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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

HOA managers get the Rocky Mountain test

Certification exams for professional managers in any field are common, but not really well known in the property management realm. These exist on a spotty state-by-state basis. Colorado is one state that is embarking upon a new testing system for HOA managers while reports from the area indicate that 25% of those who take their exam are failing, required to take the test a second or third time.

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Ward Lucas, formerly of Denver's 9News and now author of the book, "Neighbors at War!," sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss the dark side of homeowners associations. He is a leading advocate for accountability, transparency, and due diligence in HOA management and governance.

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