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The CMRAO's First Year of Operations: Handling Complaints

December, 2018 | Condo Contact - Volume 22

The Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) was designated through provincial legislation, the Condominium Management Services Act, 2015 (CMSA), to license and regulate the condo management profession in the interest of the public. Regulation by the CMRAO means condo management...

Condo Communities Get Better Protection With CMRAO

December, 2018 | True North Living - First Time Condo Buyer

Ontario's condo laws have been overhauled - good news for the province's 1.6 million condo owners. The changes, which stemmed from an 18-month review of Ontario's condo laws, are intended to provide better protection for condo owners and residents...

One Year of Licensing: A snapshot of the condominium management sector

Winter 2018 | CM Magazine

It is estimated that 50% of the new homes being built in the province are condominiums, which is not surprising considering the rapid expansion of Ontario’s condominium communities.Condo managers are professionals who, like other occupations in Ontario, must be licensed. With more than 750,000 condo units in the province already...

Regulation in the Interest of Consumer Protection

Fall 2018 | CM Magazine

The Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) works in the public interest to license and regulate the condo management profession. As an administrative authority tasked with licensing condominium managers and condominium management companies, the CMRAO has an obligation to make...

From Concept to Implementation: The Journey of the CMRAO

June, 2018 | Ontario Building Officials Association (OBOA) Journal

Ask any entrepreneur and they will tell you - starting a new business from scratch is hard work. Add to that the complexities of delivering a government mandate, and you have a quandary...