​State Specific Requirements

CAMICB, in conjunction with CAI, encourages and supports self-regulation of the community association management profession. Self-regulation of an industry is an industry or group that exercises some degree of regulatory authority over their industry or profession. CAMICB has developed the CMCA certification to provide for self-regulation of the community management profession. The CMCA certification was created by leaders in the community association management profession and it has the necessary components for a successful self-regulatory program - an accredited examination that measures the required knowledge and competency, strict standards of professional and ethical conduct and a widely recognized professional certification.

The following states have passed laws and regulations governing the practice of community association management:

Alaska

California

Colorado 

Connecticut

District of Columbia

Florida

Georgia

Illinois

Nevada

Virginia  

Note: Given the changes that states may make in this area, contact CAMICB, CAI or individual state regulators for the most current licensing or registration requirements.