CAI Best Practices Reports
Best Practice reports have been downloaded almost 7,000 times this year alone.
"We develop Best Practice Reports so individual community associations don't have to start from scratch," says Foundation President Robert Browning, PCAM, RS, of Browning Reserve Group in Sacramento. "Like all of our reports, Community Security was developed by leaders in their areas of expertise. For Community Security, we relied on the knowledge and experience of multiple contributors who share practical information that can save association boards time and unnecessary expense, not to mention missteps."
The Foundation is a nonprofit, research-driven group established in 1975 by Community Associations Institute (CAI). The Foundation supports and conducts research and makes that information available to professionals and volunteers involved in community association governance.
"We help volunteer community leaders and professionals better understand the increasingly sophisticated nature of community association management and governance," says Executive Director David Jennings, CAE. "Our goal is to provide insight and information to those who work to make communities the best they can be."
The Foundation is supported by voluntary contributions that can be made on membership renewal applications.
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