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HOA Board Member Dues Reduction Spurs Membership Growth

Friday, December 15, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Leslie Blum
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CAI is proud to announce its largest fiscal-year membership gain in the organization's 40-year history.

The membership increase is a significant gain following the announcement earlier this fall of CAI's new membership dues restructuring plan for its Homeowner Leader membership type, which offers community associations the opportunity to sign up to 15 board members for only $250.

To date, CAI's total membership of 35,889 includes volunteer homeowner leaders who serve on their association boards in homeowners associations (HOAs), condominium communities, and cooperatives, as well as community management professionals and business partners serving these communities.

“We understand the best community associations have the best boards—they're educated, knowledgeable, and prepared to lead their communities successfully," said Thomas M. Skiba, CAE, CAI's chief executive officer. “In the past, community associations would typically only support a CAI membership for the top three board positions—president, vice president, and treasurer. Under the new plan, communities can now sign up their entire board to join CAI at the lowest cost. We're confident our new membership structure will continue to provide association board members the best tools and resources they need to be successful."

Since CAI was established in1973 with only 200 members, education and training, networking opportunities and access to exclusive catalogues and publications have been key benefits of  membership. By 1983, the organization grew was comprised of more than 5,000 members and by 2010, CAI reached its 30,000-member milestone. Today, CAI has 63 chapters worldwide, including Canada, the Middle East, and South Africa, and relationships with housing leaders in Spain, Australia, and the United Kingdom. While education, training, and networking continue to be priority, CAI is also the leader in community association industry research and data and advocacy support for community association residents across the globe. 

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