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

503.635.0742

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 .

Membership Applications

Membership Applications and Information

Community Association Volunteer Leaders (CAVL)

CAI is committed to helping homeowner volunteer leaders enrich their communities. Through CAI, you can 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.

While joining CAI on your own is important, having your entire board connected to CAI is the best way to ensure you are making informed decisions—and an excellent way to help your board members achieve the results, respect and recognition they deserve.

Business Partners

If you provide products or services to community associations, CAI can give you direct access to thousands of potential customers. Membership also provides opportunities to enhance current client relationships and information to help you succeed in the growing community association marketplace.

CAI Business Partner members include attorneys, accountants, insurance professionals, reserve providers, bankers/lenders, builder/developers, realtors, software providers, landscapers, roofers and many others.

Employees of your company are considered affiliates of your membership and can receive member benefits as well.  To qualify as an affiliate, the employee must be a direct employee of the member company.  Affiliates receive access to the website (www.caionline.org), member discounts on event registrations, publications and the opportunity to serve on committees and boards.  Only the primary contact for each Business Partner membership has the right to vote in elections; affiliate members do not have voting rights. Be sure to submit the Business Partner Member Affiliate Sign-up Form with your completed application.

Association Management Companies

CAI gives you the opportunity to learn from your peers, expand your client base and access tools, resources and information that can make you a more effective and respected manager and corporate executive

Community Managers

CAI gives you the opportunity to learn from your peers, share your own expertise, and access tools, resources and information that can make you a more effective and respected manager.