Federal legislation was introduced earlier this week to provide condominium associations access to insured building rehabilitation loans—a move that would help board members make critical structural and safety-based condo repairs.
Not a day has gone by at CAI that we haven’t been thinking about the Champlain Towers South collapse and how we can prevent another like it. We have an opportunity to turn tragedy into change for people who live, work, and volunteer in community associations.
CAI is only as good as the people and foundation on which we are built. CAI President Jessica Towles reflects on the importance of community building and looks ahead to the priorities of 2022.
The holiday season is upon us once again. It’s a perfect time to reflect on the challenges, achievements, and changes we experienced ahead of the new year. Lessons learned in 2021 will inform CAI’s strategy to help our leaders and professionals learn, grow, and adapt to constant changes in our industry.
Responding to tragedy: How CAI is offering support and resources following the Surfside condo collapse
The tragedy in Surfside, Fla., evoked many emotions for us all. The impact of this disaster will be far-reaching, changing many aspects of the communities we serve as volunteers, managers, and business partners. With much work still to be done, here is how CAI has provided support so far.