CAI is the place for board members and homeowners of professionally and self-managed community associations to educate themselves, stay up to date on industry trends, and build relationships with managers, vendors and business partners who are knowledgeable in community association living.
CAI is the place for service providers and professionals to meet board members and managers of condo, townhome and homeowner associations. Promote your business, share your knowledge as a presenter, network at a tradeshow booth or get involved on a committee.
Why Join CAI?
Common Ground Magazine
Common Ground magazine is CAI's award winning, bimonthly publication designed to inform members of the issues affecting community associations around the country.
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Ledger Quarterly, Community Management and Law Reporter written by experienced industry professionals from around the country are an invaluable resource for accountants, community association managers, attorneys and volunteer association leaders.
Members receive substantial discounts on all the latest CAI resources including reference manuals, videotapes, books, reports, brochures and a host of other resources.
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Community associations looking for services and products can find professionals in the online resource directory.
Annual Chapter Resource Directories
These annual resource directories contain listings of Oregon community associations, members, professionals and vendors providing services and products to the community association industry. This resource directory is available to members online and in a hard copy version.
Chapter Website www.caioregon.org
The Chapter's website, caioregon.org, keeps you up to date with the many activities at the local chapter level. The site features a regularly updated Calendar of Events, informative blog, and much more.
National Website www.caionline.org
To reach out on a more national level, the CAI National office maintains a site with links to other related community association sites throughout the country.
The Chapter's Library is always open to members who are welcome to research our many professional publications and resource files on hand.
The Legislative Action Committee (LAC) is devoted to keeping informed of legislative issues affecting community associations. Testifying at hearings, drafting and filing legislation, and establishing a strong voice at the state house through grass roots efforts, the committee seeks to preserve and enhance the community association lifestyle through legislative initiatives.
CAI provides affordable educational seminars for board members and homeowners that address issues facing community association leaders. Seminars for professional managers are designed for both novice and more experienced community association managers.
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CAI offers the Professional Development Program for Managers (PMDP) to train association managers in an intensive seven-course curriculum followed by a rigorous case study and exam. Associations are able to identify the most skilled, most highly trained individuals and companies through CAI's professional designations.
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The Chapter's Annual Community Association Day and Trade Show for community association homeowners, trustees, industry professionals and vendors. This full-day educational event provides attendees the flexibility to participate in several informational seminars focusing on the needs and concerns of community associations. The expo spotlights a variety of industry vendors and participants can find out what new and innovative industry products and services are available.
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Webinars CAI webinars offer specialized, professional training without leaving your home or office. Conducted via internet and audio teleconference, the programs are hosted by industry experts to keep you up to date on the latest legislative activity, management trends, industry best practices and subjects of special interest to community managers and homeowners. More than 150 on-demand webinars are now available, and new live webinars are added every month. Continuing education credit for management credentials is available.
Committee members are the backbone of CAI and the resource that makes the Oregon chapter successful. Leadership skills are developed when you participate on one of the chapters many committees. Committee participation also offers an invaluable opportunity to meet and network with other community association homeowners and board members as well as industry professionals and service providers.
Various social and networking gatherings, such as the annual gala and golf tournament, are held throughout the year to provide an opportunity to network with other association volunteer leaders, homeowners, industry professionals and product/service providers. Hundreds of members participate in these events annually.
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Discover how your company can get the best marketing value for thou dollar in Oregon! The business opportunities abound at the locat chapter level providing a variety of opportunities for exposure to thousands of association decision makers throughout the chapter area. Programs available include advertising, trade show participation, event/program sponsorships and much more.