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The value of a CAI membership continues to become invaluable. The level of services and expertise you receive is second to none!

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Homeowners, Board Members, and Community Leaders

 Annual Dues are $130.
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Community Managers

Annual Dues are $142.

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Management Companies

 Annual Dues are $445.
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Business Partners

 Annual Due are $605
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Learn more about our Multi-Chapter, Student, Public Official and National Corporate memberships. 

 

Memberships dues total includes a mandatory advocacy support fee and an optional donation to the Foundation for Community Association Research.

 

Memberships dues are non-refundable.


The Greater Houston Chapter offers the following benefits to all members, whether you are an individual homeowner, a community manager, or a professional selling to and servicing the industry.

Structure = Leadership

The National network of CAI members is growing daily! There are more than 17,000 individuals and organizations that belong to CAI, all providing opportunities to network and exchange ideas and information.

Leadership development on a local, regional and national level is a direct result of CAI's success. Development and instruction is emphasized at orientation programs, Board Training, speaker training, the Annual Conference & Expo, as well as within the council and committee structure.

Resources = Education

In addition, each member receives Common Ground, CAI National's award winning, bi-monthly magazine, which presents expert information and a national perspective on association topics and issues. Common Ground Cover

The Membership Directory is a benefit used on a daily basis by many of our members. A complete listing of all members is accompanied by a preface of the chapter's mission and goals, pertinent Chapter and industry information.

A progressive communication tool, is the Chapter's web site, which supplies industry related news, upcoming events, and jurisdictional legislative information. CAI National's web site, http://www.caionline.org/ also provides an opportunity to link up and communicate with other community association's pages and members nationwide.

Federal, state, and local legislative incentives are driven by five National and Chapter legislative committees. Their activities are devoted to lobbying legal agendas in the community association forum in the Washington Metropolitan area. Member involvement has been key in achieving legislative successes and is strongly encouraged.

CAI Administers nationally recognized designation programs, which recognize those professionals in the community association industry who have met required levels of experience and education.

 

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