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Thank You, CAI Keystone Community Managers

Community Associations Institute (CAI) is proud to celebrate International Community Association Managers Day today, June 13. This day is dedicated to the more than 55,000 community association managers in the U.S. and thousands …

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4 Important Steps Homeowners Should Take If They Have Water Damage

This post originally appeared on the Horn Williamson blog and is reprinted by permission of the firm. Homeowners may be facing hidden water damage in the interior walls of their homes. Not …

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Amendment Exempts HOAs from Water Quality Accountability Act

An Amendment to Senate Bill 597, known as the Water Quality Accountability Act, exempting water and wastewater systems owned by planned communities from the legislation was added to the Bill prior to …

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The Spotlight Shines on CIT, A Division of First Citizens Bank

[SPONSORED CONTENT]   Company BasicsName of company: CIT, a division of First Citizens BankPrincipal of company: Chairman and CEO Frank B. Holding Jr.Year company was founded: 1898# of employees: 10,000+States in which …

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Four Key Takeaways from CAI National 2022

EDITOR’S NOTE: This post shared courtesy of CINC Systems. The original article appeared on their website here and is reprinted by permission. 2022’s CAI National Conference was certainly one of the most …

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The Spotlight Shines on Alliance Association Bank

Company BasicsName of company: Alliance Association BankPrincipal of company: Steve Curley, president of Alliance Association Bank; Kenneth Vecchione, President and CEO of Western Alliance BankYear company was founded: 2008# of employees: 80 …

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Subscribe to a Member Community Forum

Community Associations Institute is pleased to launch the first of our new Keystone Connect Online Forums.  These forums are designed to provide members with an opportunity to ask questions, share knowledge and …

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High Rise Retrofit Could Cost Millions

Legislation introduced recently in Philadelphia City Council mandating the retrofitting of all high-rise buildings in the City to provide for in-unit fire suppression sprinklers is expected to cost the owners of condominiums …

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Are you engaged?

Since launching our brand new website earlier this year, we’ve been seeing increased engagement with members logging into their account, posting in the member community, and commenting and sharing posts in the …

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Management Companies – Act Now on Real Estate Commission Threat

A report of the CAI Pennsylvania Legislative Action CommitteeEd Hoffman, Esq., CCAL, ChairMarshal Granor, Esq., CCAL, Delegate As we have reported previously, a community association manager is being prosecuted by the Pennsylvania …

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