Community Association Fact Book

The Community Association Fact Book was developed to support the Foundation’s mission of providing research-based information to all community association stakeholders – homeowners, board members, management professionals as well as attorneys, accountants, developers, mortgage lenders, federal agencies, public officials and others – all who work with the Foundation and CAI to build better communities. We owe an enormous debt of gratitude to CAI Past President Clifford J. Treese, CIRMS, president of Association Data, Inc., in Mountain House, CA. His knowledge, energy, diligence and dedication brought this idea to fruition.

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The Foundation’s community association data and information are organized as follows:

See our housing projections for 2021.

The 2021 Community Association Fact Book will be available in July 2022 and will include industry data and statistics from January 2021-December 2021.

See our housing projections for 2022.

The 2022 Community Association Fact Book will be available in July 2023 and will include industry data and statistics from January 2022-December 2022.

General Editor

Clifford J. Treese, CIRMS, is a nationally recognized leader in common interest community underwriting, risk management, and insurance, and he has substantial experience in all phases of community association management and development. He is past president of Community Associations Institute (CAI) and the Foundation for Community Association Research. He is a recipient of CAI’s Distinguished Service Award and he has over three decades of involvement in the Institute’s professional management development programs, as well as community association risk management and insurance programs. Cliff has authored several CAI and Foundation publications, most recently the Community Association Fact Book. He is a graduate of Stanford University. Also, he maintains a close watch over the activities of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and FHA on various community association matters.

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