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17355 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite B
Lake Oswego, OR , 97035


What does CAI do?

CAI provides resources, educational opportunities and advocacy by:

 - Serving as clearing house and research center on community associations;

 - Assisting members establish and operate successful association communities through publications, workshops, and technical assistance;

- Providing a national and state forum for discussing key issues in the field;

- Focusing attention on the concerns of community associations, managers and vendors.

By joining CAI, you automatically become a member of the Oregon Chapter of CAI as well as  CAI National .

BP Essentials Course

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BP Essentials Course

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BP Essentials Course


In an industry that supports more than 60 million Americans, nothing is more important than a job well done. The adage applies not only to management professionals and homeowner volunteer leaders, but also to the thousands of companies and professionals who support common-interest communities—accountants, attorneys, bankers, insurance professionals, landscapers, painters, reserve specialists, software providers and many others.

Their importance to communities and CAI cannot be understated. That’s why CAI now offers Business Partner Essentials, a two-part, online course to help CAI-member product and service providers better understand CAI, community associations and the industry at large.

Individuals who pass the course and maintain CAI membership earn the CAI Educated Business Partner member distinction. By taking this course, you will distinguish yourself as an Educated Business Partner and can share your accomplishment with your current and potential clients.

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