Your community association may be impacted by the coronavirus. CAI and the Foundation have pulled together lots of information and resources to help you navigate the emerging challenges.
The Foundation for Community Association Research projects the number of new condominium and homeowners associations is expected to increase by 4,500 this year.
We’ve developed a research project that focuses on attributes of managers so CEOs and recruiters can not only find new talent, but keep them happy once they are on board. With the results of our survey, CEOs can recruit more talent and take the pressure off of overtaxed managers and staff.
A new research report of the Foundation for Community Association Research, Breaking Point: Examining Aging Infrastructure in Community Associations, examines how aging infrastructures have become critical issues in community associations.
The latest Community Association Fact Book, the most comprehensive compilation of national and state community association data, includes several new components: the history of federal involvement in community associations, economic contributions and value-added benefits of community associations, and updated and expanded data for 55+ condominium residents.
Our recently updated report, Reserve Studies/Management, is designed to help association leaders plan for future repairs and replacement. Maintaining an adequate reserve fund not only meets the legal, fiduciary, and professional requirements of associations, but it also minimizes the need for special assessments and enhances resale home values in the community.
U.S. National Data, 2019
Population in Community Associations in Millions
Number of Community Associations
Value of Homes in Community Associations in Trillions of Dollars