We’ve longed believed the best communities have knowledgeable governing boards, highly engaged residents, and educated and trained professional managers. HOAresources.com allows us to support these individuals.
Community association management has high earning potential and competitive benefits. A new report from the Foundation for Community Association Research offers insights into compensation for those in the profession.
A nice lawn requires time, money, and plenty of water—not to mention pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers. During a historic drought, many community associations are pulling up grass and installing more sustainable landscaping.
A shortage of community manager candidates is leading management company CEOs to refocus their hiring strategy to bring qualified individuals to the profession and position them for success in their careers.
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.
As more community associations are developed each year, management companies and boards will need to work harder than ever to locate, hire, and retain qualified community managers. Having on-the-job training is one way to ensure their career success.