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Welcome to CAI’s e-newsletter created just for you. Each monthly issue includes news, data, and calendar items for informed CAI members—and those who want to be. 
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5 FAQs TO HOLIDAY VISITOR PARKING
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout the country, government officials are advising people to rethink their Thanksgiving plans and stay home. Whether you’re hosting a socially distant dinner or traveling to your destination, it’s important to know an association’s rules on parking in the community. [Read More]

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SAFETY TIPS FOR HOA HOLIDAY LIGHTS
Residents in community associations have gotten an early start on decorating for the holidays as they seek to find some extra joy during the COVID-19 pandemic. As is typical during this time of year, homeowners should review any seasonal décor guidelines in their community and follow simple steps to decorate safely. [Read More]

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REDUCE TENSIONS IN YOUR COMMUNITY
Community association boards sometimes find themselves at odds with homeowners when carrying out their fiduciary duties, and often may feel unsure of what to do when interacting with frustrated residents. While it may be appropriate to call the attorney at times, boards should consider several steps to de-escalate a tense situation first. [Read More]

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REGULATING FACE COVERINGS IN HOA COMMON AREAS
Wearing face coverings has become the new norm during the COVID-19 pandemic as a measure to help slow the spread of the disease. Some homeowners association and condominium boards have opted to require masks in common areas, such as hallways, elevators, laundry rooms, and lobbies, where social distancing is not possible.
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RESILIENT LEADERSHIP
The job has never been tougher for community association managers and board members during a year where they’ve faced a pandemic, natural disasters, and the effects of national civil unrest and a divisive political season. Keeping a unified front is helping them lead their communities through unprecedented times. [Read More]

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AT HOME, AT WORK
Restrictions on in-person interactions due to the COVID-19 pandemic have caused more people to work remotely or set up a home-based business. Some community association leaders are being flexible during this time, while others think it’s time to revisit rules on having businesses in a community to be more reflective of today’s economic environment. [Read More]


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BLACK FRIDAY SALE
Get 25% off your entire CAI Press Bookstore order, plus discounts on select titles and a free gift with your purchase through Nov. 30. Use code THANKSMEMBERS25[Shop Now]

 
Plus get 20% off all live virtual courses scheduled Dec. 1–March 31. Use code VIRTUAL2020. Sale begins Black Friday and runs through Cyber Monday. Excludes PCAM Case Study



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NEW OPPORTUNITY | SAVE UNTIL NOV. 30
Community Management Training Program
Career opportunities are available for entry-level community association managers. Recent college grads can enroll in CAI’s new community management training program for a limited time. Share the news with the young professionals in your life. Save $150 on registration until Nov. 30. 
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LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE | Dec. 3–4
Virtual PCAM Case Study
The comprehensive examination of an actual community association—and the final step toward earning the prestigious Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation—is now being held virtually. The program will feature a video property tour and live interviews with the host community manager, board, business partners, and instructors. The Case Study also will be held virtually Feb. 18–19 and April 15–16, 2021. [Learn More]
 
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LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE | DEC. 9–10 NOON ET
M-100: The Essentials of Community Association Management

This comprehensive community association management course provides a practical overview for new managers, an essential review for veteran managers, and an advanced course for board members. Successful completion of the M-100 is the first step toward earning the CMCA credential, awarded by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board. [Register Now]

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WEBINAR | DEC. 16 | 2–3 P.M. ET
Reserve Study: How to determine the best reserve funding plan for your association

Reserve specialists present different viewpoints on where to draw the line between a conservative reserve funding plan that protects homeowners from surprises and special assessments, and a more aggressive plan designed to offer significantly lower reserve contributions. How can the board decide which plan is the best strategy for their association? Where is adequacy, safety, and fiscal responsibility found? Learn your decision points and where the limits of safety and conservativism lie, all articulated and illustrated with National Reserve Study Standard principles. [Register Now]

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LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE | JAN. 14–15 NOON ET
M-202: Association Communications
Learn key communication techniques to improve resident and board relations. This course offers communication strategies that will benefit both new and experienced managers and provide the skills to better understand owners and volunteers. You’ll learn the basics of good customer service and gain the tools to effectively handle complaints, write newsletters and reports, and manage public relations. 
[Register Now]

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LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE | JAN. 21–22 NOON ET
M-204: Community Governance
Learn how to avoid legal problems and gain cooperation when establishing guidelines. This course covers the legal basis of community rules, policies, and procedures. You’ll gain a better understanding of board and management responsibilities and a better grasp of the community association as a legal entity. Learn how to advise and support your board and how to revise policies and procedures to comply with current laws and recommended management practices. 
[Register Now]

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VIRTUAL EVENT | JAN. 25–29
2021 Community Association Law Seminar

The College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL) and CAI present the 2021 Virtual Law Seminar. We’ve re-imagined the annual event to feature interactive education sessions with expert presenters, downloadable training resources, and virtual meetups. Come conduct business, network, and interact with conference attendees from your home or office. Plus, earn CLE credits to fulfill your state requirements. [Register Now] 

>>Visit CAI’s Learning Center for other upcoming live virtual courses, online courses you can take at your own pace, and live and on-demand webinars.​


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