ACMC Management Business Accreditation

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ACMC ACCREDITATION

Strengthen your brand while giving peace of mind to your clients. Accreditation as an ACMC demonstrates that your business adheres to the highest state-specific standards for professional business practices when managing community associations.

Who can achieve the ACMC?

Community management companies that have provided services to community associations for a minimum of three years and meet all application requirements.

What’s involved?

To qualify, management company applicants must:

  • Be a CACM business member in good standing.
  • Provide evidence of and maintain all necessary insurance coverage in amounts sufficient to protect the interests of the applicant’s clients.
  • Have one CCAM in good standing in an executive or supervisory position.
  • Provide evidence annually that each community association manager employed by the company either holds the CCAM designation or is in the process of attaining it.
  • Provide a letter indicating that the applicant is in compliance with California Labor Code 6401.7 Illness & Injury Prevention Program (Health, Safety & Training).
  • Pass an independent review of the internal financial controls for the company.
  • Submit a Re-accreditation Application every five years.

Have questions? Reach out to us. We would be happy to walk you through how CACM can assist you in achieving your professional goals.

Call for Applications:
Join CACM’s 2020 Board of Directors

The CACM Board of Directors and Nominating Committee are pleased to announce the “Call for Applications” for the 2020 Election of Directors. CACM is looking for qualified community managers from throughout the state to consider joining the election.

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