Jeevan J. D’Mello, CMCA, AMS, LSM, PCAM, chief executive of Zenesis Corp., in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, began his term as president of the CAI Board of Trustees earlier this year, ushering in a new era of global collaboration and local impact in the organization’s more than 50-year history.
This year, the Ungated blog published 50 posts—a fitting number for celebrating CAI’s 50th anniversary. Revisit the top five most read posts in 2023, and look for more content relevant to community association leaders and residents in the new year.
Freddie Mac took a giant step toward transparency last week when it announced sweeping changes to its condominium and housing cooperative financing system. The government-sponsored enterprise that underwrites mortgages is introducing a tool that indicates whether a community is “certified” for financing or “not eligible”—and providing guidance that explains why a community may not be eligible.
It’s natural for community association board members and managers to be concerned for older residents who start displaying signs of failing health, confusion, hoarding, and other erratic behaviors. Balancing the well-being of the community and that of an individual resident can be very challenging. Here’s how to develop policies that protect your residents and community.
The baby boomer generation comprises an estimated 74.1 million Americans born between 1946 and 1964. Learn how a little compassion, ingenuity, and knowledge, can help older adults in your community age in place—comfortably and securely for as long as possible.