Condominium manager licensing is coming: provide your input now

Calgary, Alberta – Condominium managers, condominium boards, condominium owners and consumers are invited to weigh-in on the proposed regulatory model for condominium managers in Alberta.

In December 2014, the Government of Alberta passed legislation that will require licensing for condominium managers. When the legislation takes effect, the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) will be responsible for setting standards, licensing and regulating individuals who provide condominium management services.

RECA has released a consultation paper and is hosting town-hall meetings across Alberta to gather feedback from condominium industry stakeholders, including condominium owners.

RECA’s consultation paper, which details the proposed regulatory model for condominium managers, is available on its website. Stakeholders are invited to respond to the consultation paper in writing via email to by December 9, 2015, and attend a town hall meeting.

RECA is hosting town hall meetings across Alberta. For a list of town hall dates and locations, please click here.

In the new year, RECA will launch a second consultation on the standards of practice for condominium managers.

RECA is an independent, non-government agency, responsible for governing real estate brokerage, mortgage brokerage, property management and real estate appraisal professionals under Alberta’s Real Estate Act. RECA is mandated to protect consumers and to provide services that enhance and improve the industry and the business of industry professionals.