Legislative Initiatives and Bills
Colorado HOA Forum:  Homeowner Advocates
HOA's Still Able to Regulate Size and
Breed and Vicious Dogs
Construction Defects requires home
owners to approve  litigation
Property Manager Licensing
Ended July 1, 2019
HB 19-1212, Continue Manager
Licensing but addresses no
licensing weaknesses
Property Manager Law
State HOA Office up for renewal in 2020 legislative
session.  Our suggestions for continuing
State HOA Office Up for Review
Our comments on Continuing Licensing
2020 Legislative Session will be
considering below HOA issues
Mobile Home Park Act Oversight
HB 19-1309
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Look up how your legislator voted
A Guide to using the State Web Site
HOA Office Sunset Review Report,
recommendations for HOA reform
Below are comprehensive comments on HOA Bills to be Considered in 2020
Our request to legislators on these two issues is simple, no cost to implement and
easy to understand with major impact HOA reform.  Note comment below that HOA
Property Manager Licensing will not be considered in 2020
HOA Legislation of Note
No HOA Property Manager Licensing Bill will be submitted during the 2020 legislative session.  With the veto of HB
19-1212 to continue program it will now be required to complete another State Sunrise Study to identify a need for
licensing after which a Bill can be submitted to implement a licensing program. Thus the milti-billion dollar HOA
industry will exist with no oversight of HOA home owner dollars that support the industry.  Plenty of blame to go
around and hopefully next time a Bill is submitted it is not written by and for industry but with consideration for home
owner protections.  2021 appears to be the earliest opportunity for a new Bill.  
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