Looking for a new opportunity? Employment of community association managers is projected to increase faster than the average for all occupations through the year 2013. If you want to be involved in the management or operations of a community association for fee, the Georgia Real Estate Commission requires you to either have a real estate license or a Community Association Management (CAM) license.
The CAM course, with the school exam, is approved as a 25-hour Post-license course and approved for 24 hours of continuing education credit without the exam. Course content is excellent information for anyone, especially community association volunteers, working for their neighborhood association. You will learn:
- Extensive review of licensing requirements;
- Overview of principles of agency & brokerage;
- Detailed analysis of maintenance, budgeting, & rule enforcement;
- Comprehensive examination of accounting principles & application to community associations;
- Explanations of trust accounting requirements; and
- Review of fair housing laws, telecommunications laws, federal income tax laws, the GA Condominium Act, & the GA Property Owners’ Association Act.
The CAM course tuition is $250 and includes instruction, textbook and final exam.
- Free study session if you don't pass the school exam the first time.
- Your money back if you attend the study session and don't pass the school exam the second time.
- Free registration to the next CAM
The Georgia Institute of Real Estate has been providing outstanding industry education longer than any real estate school in Georgia. The CAM Instructors are attorneys with the real estate litigation firm of Lazega & Johanson, a law firm dedicated to representing community associations.