(CAM) Community Association Manager - $269

Attend the 18 hour Community Association Manager Pre-license Course, which is required for those who want to manage homeowners and condominium associations of more than 10 units or have a annual budget in excess of $100,000.

Course Formats & Schedules

How To Obtain a Florida Community Association Management License (CAM):
  1. Florida Division of Real Estate Requirements:

    Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, be honest, truthful and of good character. Florida residency or U.S citizenship is not required.

  2. Attend the CAM Pre-license Course:

    Take a state approved eighteen (18) hour CAM pre-license course to prepare for the state exam. All applicants must satisfactorily complete the 18 hour pre-license course prior to being approved to take the state examination. Note: Education is valid for 12 months.

  3. State License Examination:
CAM State Exam Cram Course

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Go to www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/pro/cam/forms.html
for the license application package or submit online at www.myfloridalicense.com and click on Apply for a License. Submit completed application.

Provide ELECTRONIC FINGERPRINTING to the department's vendor for the purpose of a criminal background check.

Failure to comply with these instructions will be considered an incomplete application and prevent it from being processed.

Upon approval of your application, you will receive letter notification providing the necessary information to make an appointment for the state exam.

You must pass the state exam with a minimum score of 75%.

Contact IFREC for FAQ’s – Frequently Asked Questions and Answers.

NOTICE: Community Association Manager (CAM) Students

Florida Statue states that CAM students MUST attend 18 hours of classroom instruction. You CANNOT miss any classroom time. Late arrivals, extended lunches or early departures from any class sessions may eliminate your ability to complete the educational requirements.