​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 a group that exercises some degree of regulatory authority over their profession. CAMICB 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

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.