Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute
Before you hire a lawyer, an accountant, a property manager, an insurance agent, an engineer, a realtor, or a reserve fund study provider, check their condominium credentials.
Practicing law and practicing condominium law are not one and the same. Practicing property management and practicing condominium management are two very different endeavours. Condominium audits and reserve fund studies also require expertise in condominium matters.
So, look for experts that have achieved the designation “Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute (ACCI)” which assures you that this individual has extensive experience in servicing condominiums and has been successfully examined by CCI.
Their ACCI designation is a recognition of their degree of skill, professionalism and outstanding achievements. These individuals must be a professional member of CCI, have at least three years of professional condominium experience, have contributed to the condominium community by teaching courses, writing articles, participating in seminars or providing other services, and have successfully completed a thorough examination.
For complete accreditation information, visit CCI-National's website: cci.ca/acci/what-is-it