Condominium Manager Licensing

As of December 1, 2021, all individuals and companies that provide condominium management services in Alberta must be licensed by RECA.

Individuals hoping to become licensed will need to complete the required education through a third-party recognized course provider. Review the information below and then follow the step-by-step instructions for getting your licence.

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If you are an existing or former licensee in the real estate or mortgage brokerage industry and wish to enroll in the Condominium Management Program, please contact our Credentialing Support department at education@reca.ca.

Read more about how RECA developed condominium manager licensing and how it’s different from property management.


Condominium managers must complete the Fundamentals of Condominium Management and the Practice of Condominium Management and the accompanying exams to become eligible for licensing in Alberta. Those hoping to become a condominium manager broker must have two years of experience as a condominium manager within the last five, and complete the Condominium Manager Broker Program and the accompanying exam.

Individuals wishing to get their condominium manager licence should review the list of Recognized Course Providers to find the courses that work best for their individual needs Individuals with conditional licences in condominium management can challenge the licensing exams without completing the education. However, the Residential Property Manager Industry Council recommends that conditional licensees complete the education before challenging the exam. Condominium management courses include:

Fundamentals of Condominium Management must be completed by:

  • new condominium manager associates entering the industry
  • all individuals who currently offer condominium manager services who DO NOT currently hold a licence with RECA in another industry

Practice of Condominium Management must be completed by:

  • new condominium manager associates entering the industry
  • all individuals who currently offer condominium manager services who DO NOT currently hold a licence with RECA in another industry
  • all individuals who currently offer condominium manager services who DO currently hold a licence with RECA in another industry

Condominium Manager Broker Program must be completed by:

  • new condominium manager brokers
  • all individuals who currently offer condominium manager services as an associate broker or broker who DO NOT currently hold a licence with RECA in another industry

RECA’s exams are written at an exam centre/physical location. To book your exam, you must first complete your practice exam. Once you have completed your practice exam for the course that you’re taking, you will receive an email with next steps on how to book the exam.

If you require exam accommodations due to exceptional circumstances, please contact education@reca.ca. In your email, please explain your situation and the reason for your request.

Exam Preparation Guide

Condominium Management Exams

You have 3 months to write your exam from the date you complete your course with your course provider. If you completed your condominium management course, then fail the exam, you will receive an email with instructions for re-writing the exam. If you fail the second* attempt, you must retake the course. Each additional exam attempt is $235.

*Learners who have completed Practice of Condominium Management will have three free attempts to re-write the exam. Contact education@reca.ca BEFORE you schedule your rewrite.

Please note, there is no option to re-write the exam for condominium managers who choose to challenge the exam without taking the course.



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