Community managers and board members must have knowledge of community association governance and operations to effectively lead their communities. Pursuing education opportunities is crucial to fulfill this responsibility.
CAI’s Homeowner Leaders Council fielded a survey earlier this year to better understand what homeowners need to help their communities thrive and improve their community association living experience.
Having committees to tackle short- and long-term tasks can be valuable for efficient community association operations. Learn what to consider when setting up committees and how to maximize their contributions.
CAI is dedicated to promoting equality and opportunity in all aspects of community association living. Our goal is to achieve a prosperous housing model and advocate for policies that support diversity, equity, and inclusion for all who live and work in common interest communities.
Addressing unexpected maintenance often results in boards having to approve large special assessments, which can cause a financial strain to homeowners. A report from the Foundation for Community Association Research details why the unanticipated expense of repairing hidden damage can be so overwhelming.