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High Standards for Condominium Managers

Tsehaie Makonnen
Publication date:
June 2, 2022
Article Summary: 

This article discusses the high standards required for condominium managers in Ontario, Canada. Condominium management has evolved to include a range of financial, operational, and managerial responsibilities. To provide their services, condominium managers must meet the licensing and education requirements set by the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO). The CMRAO has developed a comprehensive Competency Profile for Condominium Managers, outlining the minimum professional competencies expected of General Licensees.

The Competency Profile has multiple uses, including approving academic programs for licensing, addressing matters related to professional conduct, and assessing applicants for entry or reentry into the profession. There are 79 core competencies grouped under three categories and nine headings, focusing on various aspects of condominium management.

The article provides real-world examples of how condominium managers utilize core competencies in their daily tasks. These examples demonstrate the need for skills in areas such as communication, building maintenance, and ethical decision-making. Overall, meeting these high standards enhances the integrity of the condominium management sector and elevates the profession in Ontario.


Condominium Managers, Ontario, Canada, CMRAO, Licensing, Education Requirements, Core Competencies, Professional Conduct, Building Maintenance, Communication, Ethical Decision-making, Property Management, Condominium Boards, Condominium Owners, Growing Industry, Real-world Examples, Competency Profile, Licensing Program, Sector Integrity.

Source Citation: 
Tsehaie Makonnen
High Standards for Condominium Managers
June 2, 2022
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