CAI’s Government and Public Affairs Committee is considering policy reform recommendations that address building inspections, reserve studies, and reserve funding plans in the wake of the devastating collapse of Champlain Tower South condominium in Surfside, Fla., in late June.
Community association management is a rewarding profession that comes with certain challenges, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s important for managers to practice self-care that can improve their physical and mental wellness.
CAI is dedicated to building its advocacy capacity at the state and federal level. We need dedicated advocates to engage with elected officials and provide financial support to lobbying efforts. Here are steps you can take today to support our grassroots advocacy efforts.
Pet adoptions soared in 2020, with many dogs, cats, and other animals finding homes in community associations. Here’s how your community can become more inclusive to its new furry residents and their owners.
More than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, community management professionals have embraced remote work, virtual meetings, and other operational changes to provide continuity of service to their communities.
After more than a year and a half apart, the 2021 CAI Annual Conference is nearly here. With more than 1,000 attendees already registered, it’s not too late to join the fun. Find out what’s in store and register now.
Following last month’s devastating partial collapse of the Champlain Tower South condominium in Surfside, Fla., many community association managers, boards, and residents are eager to understand state laws and regulations ensuring the structural integrity of condominiums.
Utah and Connecticut recently passed legislation that facilitates the removal of racially restrictive covenants from community association governing documents and in deeds of individual homes.
Community associations are at an increased risk of hurricanes and wildfires this year. Reviewing emergency plans is crucial to help your community prepare, recover, and rebuild in the event of a natural disaster.
Concerns stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic have delayed pool openings at some community associations. State laws offering limited liability protection are helping boards finalize plans for the 2021 summer season.