Difficult, necessary, and honest conversations about racism and discrimination have brought about some change in different facets of American life, but there remains work to be done. CAI and the Foundation for Community Association Research have resources to help promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in communities.
Serving in the best interests of a community association requires thoughtful problem-solving, persistence, creativity, and leadership from its board members.
It’s crucial that board members adhere to a set of ethical standards that can help them fulfill their volunteer duties with the community’s best interests in mind. CAI’s Model Code of Ethics for Community Association Board Members can serve as a basic framework.
Many homeowners who live in a community association may not understand how it functions. CAI’s new guide aims to provide an introduction to community association living for those who live in, work for, or participate in a homeowners association, condominium community, or housing cooperative.
Close to 9 in 10 homeowners living in a community association rate their overall experience as positive, according to a new report from the Foundation for Community Association Research.