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Explanation of CAI's Policy of Flags

HOA Community Interests

Explanation of CAI's Policy of Flags

HOA Community Interests
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Highly sensitive people have traits that make them strong leaders and staff members. From being strategic thinkers to more deeply processing information, HSPs can help associations solve problems and develop a stronger value proposition.

Advantages of HSPs as Leaders

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Helpful tips this Holiday Season to increase safety and reduce hazards in your community and home.

Many refer to the process of ensuring community standards are being followed by the term “violation enforcement.”  Others have come up with less abrasive verbiage.  Regardless of what we call it, there’s an art and a science to the process.

It is no secret that electric vehicles have greatly increased in popularity in recent years, and it is
inevitable that an owner in a condominium project or community association will want to install
an electric charging station within the development.

After the recent Surfside, FL disaster, aging infrastructure is a growing concern for community associations, particularly in multi-family structures like condominiums.

Ahomeowners association is the cornerstone of a planned community. When run properly, it brings continuity, preserves architectural integrity, maintains common areas, protects property values, and promotes the concept of “community.” Every association should be responsible for its assets and operation in accordance with state laws and the community’s governing documents.

Many associations wonder if they may be liable for crimes committed on association property.  Generally speaking, if an association can foresee a potential danger, the association may be at risk for resulting injuries.  If a situation arises that is not foreseeable, then the association should not be at risk. Several courts across the country have held that associations, and its manager, have a ...

It’s that time of year when we wrap up the old and prepare for the new.  Although it may seem to be quiet during the holiday season, your community managers are very busy closing things out and setting the community up for a successful new year. As we come to the end of an unusual 2021, it’s time to address many of the regular business dealings every HOA must contend with and ensure that our HOA ...