Benefits of Membership
Our Chapter offers benefits to all members, whether you are an individual homeowner, a community manager, or a professional selling to and servicing the industry. The value of a CAI membership continues to become invaluable. The level of services and expertise you receive is second to none! Learn about innovations in other communities, access time and money-saving tools and take advantage of opportunities to share information and knowledge with your peers. Your membership provides a resources to assist you and your Board in effectively running your association.
Get Access to Member Only Resources
CAI is dedicated to providing resources, tools and education for board members, community managers, association management companies and other product and service providers. CAI helps you keep current on the latest news, trends, laws and issues affecting common-interest communities and the 60-plus million Americans who call them home.
- If you're a homeowner volunteer leader, CAI will help you achieve the results, respect and recognition you deserve.
- If you're a community manager, CAI will support your career goals and help you find personal and professional success.
- If you're in the business of supporting common-interest communities, CAI will help you succeed in the marketplace.
|CAI Benefits||Community Manager||Homeowner Leader||Business Partner|
|Member Pricing for Publications and Events||x||x||x|
|Common Ground Magazine||x||x||x|
|Community Manager Newsletter||x|
|Fast Tracks E-Newsletter||x||x||x|
|Community Association Law Reporter E-Newsletter||x||x||x|
|Copyright-Free Newsletter Articles||x||x|
|Professional Services Directory Listing|| |
|Member Discussion Board||x||x||x|
|Online Research Library||x||x||x|
|Membership in Your Local Chapter||x||x||x|
|Member Discount Programs||x||x||x|
Management Company: $430
*Management Company Benefit
Individual: $130 Boards of 2+: $225+ (depends on board size)
Every dollar of the mandatory Advocacy Support Fee goes directly to states with Legislative Action Committees and supports the efforts of CAI to represent and protect our members on state legislative and regulatory issues. The Foundation for Community Association Research operates on behalf of the industry and conducts surveys and research, provides national programming, and produces a variety of publications including the series of Best Practices reports. Donations to the Foundation are tax deductible.