The Residential Property Manager Industry Council Wants to Hear from You!
| April 08, 2021
The Residential Property Manager Industry Council is the body that sets the licensing requirements and standards of practice for the residential property manager and condominium manager industries. If you provide residential property management services or work as a condominium manager, we want to hear from you! Read on to see where you can take part in the regulation of your industry.
Recently, you may have received a similar engagement message from the Board of Directors or from other Industry Councils you may hold a licence with. In the case of the Board, their engagements have to do with RECA overall, and the other Industry Councils are focused on issues in their own sectors. The engagement opportunities below are hosted by the Residential Property Manager Industry Council, and are focused on issues and trends in the property management and condominium management industries specifically.
Informing RECA’s Strategic Direction
The feedback the Industry Council receives from property management and condominium manager stakeholders will inform the strategic planning process the Board of Directors will undertake later in 2021, resulting in a comprehensive and informed Strategic Plan for the coming years. If you want the property or condominium management trends and issues you see in your day-to-day business to be considered in our strategic planning process, we need to hear from you.
To directly provide your thoughts on RECA’s future strategic direction, go to our Strategic Planning page and let us know what you think! Make sure to enter your thoughts in the Residential Property Manager Industry Council field.
Engagement Opportunities with the Residential Property Manager Industry Council
Online Engagement Session – May 19, 2021 – 9 a.m. MT
You are invited to participate in an online engagement session with the Residential Property Manager Industry Council on May 19, 2021. This session will be hosted by the Industry Council Chair and held on Zoom. It will include an explanation of how the Industry Council operates within RECA’s new governance structure, an update from the Industry Council, an outline of Industry Council priorities, and will provide an opportunity for stakeholders to ask questions. Register no later than May 18, 2021 at the link below to attend. We look forward to seeing you there!
Industry Council Email
An email address has been created for stakeholders to contact the Residential Property Manager Industry Council. By sending emails to ResPMIC@reca.ab.ca, stakeholders can reach out to the Industry Council directly, and outside of specific consultations or other formal engagement opportunities.
Industry Council Webpage
Bookmark the Residential Property Manager Industry Council webpage at reca.ca/propertymanagementic. Through this page stakeholders can access all Industry Council meeting agendas and minutes, a list of Industry Council Members, a list of Industry Council engagement opportunities, a list of past engagement activities, and any articles, consultations, or other communications from the Industry Council. The page will be updated regularly.
Consultations and Focus Groups
The Industry Council may direct RECA to consult on certain topics prior to making decisions. Stakeholders will be notified of all consultation opportunities through direct email, the Regulator newsletter, social media, and the RECA website.
The Residential Property Manager Industry Council will also host a Broker Forum and other informal groups to discuss the latest regulatory issues they are seeing day-to-day. If you are a broker or a broker delegate and have interest in attending these formal meetings with RECA, please email ResPmIC@reca.ab.ca.
Stakeholder Engagement Policy
Stakeholder engagement is a clear priority for RECA. At its March 5 meeting, the Board of Directors approved a Stakeholder Engagement Policy that sets the framework for why, how, and with whom the Board, the Industry Councils, and RECA Administration engages. Engagement will be timely, consistent, equal, meaningful, and transparent. This policy is to ensure you have the opportunity to have your voice heard by the Board and Industry Councils, and directly participate in the regulation of your industry.