ACMC Management Business Accreditation
Gain a Competitive Advantage.
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.
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.