The Commission for Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels is a seven-member body, appointed by the governor that acts in an advisory capacity to the Division, adopts regulations, and conducts disciplinary hearings.

Qualifications and Limitations

  • Must be a US citizen.
  • Must be a resident of the State of Nevada.
  • At least four members of the Commission must be residents of a county whose population is 700,000 or more (NRS 116.600).
  • Must have resided in a common-interest community or have been actively engaged in a business or profession related to common-interest communities for not less than 3 years immediately preceding the date of his appointment.
  • After the initial terms, each member of the Commission serves a term of 3 years.  Each member may serve not more than two consecutive full terms.  If a vacancy occurs during a member’s term, the Governor shall appoint a person qualified to replace the member for the remainder of the unexpired term.
  • One member shall be a unit’s owner residing in this state and who has served as a member of an executive board in this state.
  • One member shall be in the business of developing common-interest communities in this state.
  • One member shall hold a permit or certificate.
  • One member shall be a certified public accountant licensed to practice in this state pursuant to the provisions of chapter 628 of NRS.
  • One member shall be an attorney licensed to practice in this state.
  • Two members who are unit owners residing in this State but who are not required to have served as members of an executive board.

Ex Parte Communication

An ex parte communication is a communication made to a commission member concerning a pending licensing, disciplinary, rule making proceeding or education course approval. The communication is made outside of the formal proceeding and is not made to the entire commission. Literally, ex parte means one side; by or for one side. The formal definition is: an oral or written communication not on the public record with no prior notice to all parties. Ex parte communications may violate due process and may force a Commissioner to recuse him/herself from participation.

Service of Process 

Pursuant to chapter 116 of NRS service of process and other communications upon the Commission may be made at the principal office of the Real Estate Division. The following is the proper routing for service of process and other communication upon the Commission:

Administration Section Manager
State of Nevada, Department of Business & Industry
Real Estate Division
3300 W. Sahara Avenue, Suite 350
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102
Phone (702) 486-4036
Fax (702) 486-4275

Commission Members

Homeowner Member
REAPPOINTED: 10/01/2021
TERM EXPIRES: 09/30/2024
Vice Chairman 
Homeowner Member
REAPPOINTED: 10/02/2023
TERM EXPIRES: 10/01/2026
Community Manager Member
APPOINTED: 10/01/2022
TERM EXPIRES: 09/30/2025
Accountant Member
APPOINTED: 10/01/2022
TERM EXPIRES: 09/30/2025
Developer Member
 REAPPOINTED: 03/01/2024
TERM EXPIRES: 02/28/2027
Homeowner Member
APPOINTED: 10/02/2023
TERM EXPIRES: 10/01/2026

Attorney Member
APPOINTED: 02/01/2024
TERM EXPIRES: 01/31/2027

Meeting Schedule

Commission meeting schedules are subject to change without notice.  We recommend that you call (702) 486-4606 or (702) 486-4036, or check back frequently.

Meeting agendas are stacked and the meeting will close upon completion of the agenda.

Click here to view the meeting calendar. 

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