Time flies when you’re making an impact. Three years ago, CAI launched HOAresources.com, a digital news site to engage in the latest buzz and critical discussions on key issues in today’s condominiums, homeowners associations, and housing cooperatives.
Our intent was to create a place where homeowners and community association managers could turn to for information, resources, and solutions to better lead and manage their communities and understand the unique responsibilities of community association governance.
Three years later, HOAresources.com has become a popular destination for homeowners, board members, managers, and businesses serving these communities. To date, nearly 20,000 readers visit the website every year—sharing top trending news including topics for navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccine mandates, board member communication, budgets, and reserves, among others.
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.
The site also has become a popular destination for CAI business partner members to showcase their latest innovations, products, and services created for community associations. Each month, you can join us for HOALive, a free webinar sponsored by CAI business partners, where homeowners and community managers can see new technology, ask questions, and obtain immediate feedback to help make more informed operational decisions.
Since the 1970s, community associations have grown in popularity. Many Americans not only want the services and amenities provided by associations, but they also enjoy the responsibility that comes with homeowner control. Many of today’s homebuyers are second- and third-time owners in community associations—people who understand and value the benefits and services provided in planned communities.
“We know that most community associations function very well, thanks to the skills and dedication of homeowner leaders, community managers, and others who provide professional services to associations. We also know that all communities do not operate as well as they should,” says Thomas M. Skiba, CAE, CAI’s chief executive officer. “We’re never happy when we see a community in the news for the wrong reasons, but it’s reassuring to know that struggling communities are the exception to the rule. Through HOAresources.com, CAI will continue to work with our members and other stakeholders to help Americans build and sustain better communities.”
At CAI, we understand the role we play and the incredible achievements taking place in community associations, and we believe that HOAresources.com will continue to add value to these homeowners and professionals for many years to come. Visit us at www.hoaresources.com.