2020 was a challenging year that significantly impacted our lives, but millions of residents in community associations volunteered their time and resources to help neighbors, friends, frontline workers, and others in need.
This year, Ungated published 49 posts on various topics relevant to community association leaders and residents. Take a look at the most read stories in 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic has many community association boards and managers concerned about visitors. Here are some things to consider when limiting the number of guests in your community over the holidays.
Many Americans have changed how and where they work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some community association leaders who have seen an increase in home-based businesses are trying to be flexible with restrictions, while others say it’s time to revisit and modify rules.
CAI’s newly developed virtual Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) Case Study features a pre-recorded video showcasing the property and live interviews with the host community manager, board members, and business partners. Major components of the case study experience remain the same.
This year has led CAI to discover new ways to deliver our world-class education to community association professionals, making learning easier with our seamless virtual training programs that empower our educators and students.
2020 has been one of the most difficult and stressful years ever, and has made a tough job even tougher for board members and managers. It’s normal to be feeling anxious, nervous, or sad, but it’s important to take care of yourself so you can better support your community.
Dealing with upset homeowners is likely the least favorite part of a board member’s role. Associations can follow these steps to de-escalate tense situations and work with residents to resolve issues in the community.
Political signs can quickly spring up in community associations. Boards should look to state laws and their governing documents to create or revise rules on their display.
CAI’s three-step training program introduces recent college graduates to community association management—a profession that continues to experience high demand in the workforce.