CMRAO

managers

CondoBusiness

Pushing for a workplace culture shift

Condo managers are familiar with hostile work environments, but cases of harassment and intimidation, and even violence, have reportedly increased due to a confluence of factors.
condo

CondoBusiness

Legislation escalating condo manager workloads

There are many problems with having property managers act as a condo’s legal representative in a CAT application.
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REMI Network

CMRAO: The first five years (and beyond)

It’s been five years since the CMRAO debuted in Ontario’s multi-residential scene. Since then, it has since reached significant milestones.
turnover

REMI Network

Data on transitional general licences released

The CMRAO recently published data on the status of transitional general licences as this year's condo manager licence renewal cycle came to an end.
e-voting

CondoBusiness

Fair condo elections at stake as Ontario consults on e-voting regs

In this new frontier of e-voting lies a confluence of ethical factors that should be considered ahead of permanent changes to the Condo Act.
negligence

CondoBusiness

Potential cost of CMRAO’s discipline process

In a recent case, two condominium corporations complained to the CMRAO about a manager’s failure to turn over records following termination of the management contract.
management

CondoBusiness

Ethics, etiquette and excellence in management

Anyone entering the condo management field needs to be willing to work on their interpersonal skills, which outweigh academic credibility.
CMRAO

CondoBusiness

CMRAO raises the bar for condo management licensing 

In November 2017, Ontario introduced mandatory licensing requirements for all current and prospective condominium managers through the new Condominium Management Services Act, 2015 (CMSA). Fast-forward to now, the CMRAO is taking the province’s licensing training and education to the next level.
fraud

REMI Network

Condo manager faces fraud charges

A new case emphasizes how seriously the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario deals with complaints against its licensees and the action that follows.
transitional general licensees

REMI Network

Ontario extends educational deadline for transitional general licensees

Ontario is extending the time that all transitional general licensees have to complete the education and exam requirements to apply for a general licence.
west kelowna secondary

REMI Network

Humber College to deliver CMRAO education program

Humber College will help develop and deliver the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario's new education program for condominium managers.
pandemic response

REMI Network

Auditor General flags several condo sector oversights

Ontario's Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk revealed major concerns in her first audit of the condo sector and its two authorities.
skills gap

REMI Network

New education program for condo managers

Over the past year, the CMRAO has developed a roadmap and course curriculum that incorporates the identified competencies within the educational requirements.
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REMI Network

CMRAO releases reopening guide for managers

As most condo managers prepare to resume their normal operations, many need guidance on three top areas, according to a survey the CMRAO conducted in May.
licence renewal

REMI Network

CMRAO extends licence renewal period

CMRAO is extending the application and payment of licence renewals for the 2020 to 2021 licensing year in an effort to ease pressure from the pandemic.
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CondoBusiness

CMRAO licenses managers to protect condo owners and residents

Individuals and businesses need a licence to provide condo management services in Ontario. The Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) is the licensing authority that regulates Ontario’s rapidly growing condominium market.