CAI - Building Better Communities

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  • From here you will be able to renew your membership and review your contact information.
  • Sign in to the CAI National site (you will need your national website password, usually your last name.)
  • If your membership is due for renewal, you'll see a renewal invoice listed under "My Invoices". (if you don't see a renewal invoice, you don't need to renew yet!)
  • Select the renewal invoice and follow the instructions to renew your membership.

If you have any difficulties please call CAI Member Services toll-free at 1.888.224.4321.


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Who should join CAI?

Free resources for Community Associations                            

Foundation for Community Association Research

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Community Associations Institute is home to more than 34,000 homeowners, community association managers and business partners who are dedicated to serving their communities. Our mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership, and responsible citizenship, ideals reflected in communities that are preferred places to call home.

CAI supports our members by helping them learn, achieve and succeed. As a member, you'll have access to: 

 Join CAI and gain access to membership benefits that include extensive online resources such as free downloadable documents and templates, articles and other information on how to better govern and manager your community association.

Who should join CAI?

If you're not sure about membership, why not see what some of our members have to say about their membership experience in CAI? Check out their testimonials.

Free Resources for Community Associations

You can obtain a free Best Practices Report from CAI on Community Harmony & Spirit and gain useful tips on building community spirit, creating harmony, developing volunteers and increasing resident involvement in your community. To obtain this free 18 page report, submit your contact information and the Best Practice report will be sent to you via email.

Homeowner members of the chapter can always register for chapter live and on-demand webinars at no chargeCheck out the list of titles here.  

Download a sample resolution to join CAI to adopt at your board meeting.

Check out CAI's Rights & Responsibilities for Better Communities and our Good to Great brochure, which contains a Model Code of Ethics for Community Association Board Members, Community Association Governance Guidelines and other important resources.

Click below to read and print our "Introduction to Community Associations" document.

The Foundation for Community Association Research

The Foundation for Community Association Research provides authoritative research and analysis on community association trends, issues and operations. Learn more.

Ready to Join?

There are several ways you can become a member of CAI:

Join online through our national website and start receiving the benefits of membership right away! Be sure to select the "Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter" as your chapter of choice.

Print a membership application that you can mail or fax with payment. Choose the membership application for your membership category:

Homeowner or Community Association Volunteer Leader

Community Association Manager

Management Company

Business Partner

Community associations can also download a sample resolution to join CAI to adopt at your board meeting.


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