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Committed to Condominium Safety: Structurally Sound and Fiscally Responsible Communities

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​Since the collapse of Champlain Towers South condominium in Surfside, Fla., in June 2021, CAI has been committed to improving condominium safety and preventing another tragedy like it. Over the past few years, CAI has educated residents, board members, community managers, business partners, legislators, and regulators about structurally sound and fiscally responsible communities.

The information and resources below cover aging infrastructure, reserve studies and funding, building inspections, maintenance, community association living responsibilities, CAI policy positions, and more. Help CAI advocate for change by sharing these materials and by joining our public policy efforts. 

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Additional Resources:


The Big Fix​ | Common Ground Nov/Dec 2022
Florida's new condominium safety law is expected to protect homeowners and their investments, but it's not without some question marks and criticism. 
Disaster Ready | Common Ground March/April 2021
Disaster planning should be customized to fit an association's unique needs, but there are three steps every board should follow to help prepare a building​.
​Danger Ahead | Common Ground Nov/Dec 2020
Smart steps on a detailed roadmap can help your community avoid three common infrastructure pitfalls. 
System Failure | Common Ground May/June 2020
Regular reserve studies and funding aren't enough to cover the increasingly common threat of infrastructure failure. How do we fix the system before more tragedies strike? 

High-Rise Risks | Common Ground March/April 2020
Paying attention to the signs of structural problems before they become irreparable. 
Rights and Responsibilities for Better Communities​
Principles for Homeowners and Community Leaders
This document can serve as an important guidepost for all those involved in the community.
CAI Memo to Senate Banking Committee 
Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac Temporary Condominium and Housing Cooperatives Underwriting Guidelines

CAI Legislative Brief 
Legislation that CAI supports at the Federal level and how it impacts community associations​


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