History

Although no two communities are alike, the issues they deal with are surprisingly similar.  Community Associations Institute (CAI) and the New England Chapter (CAI-NE) have been the leaders in providing proven education and resources for community associations in the chapter states of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

The nation's voice for condominium, cooperative and homeowner associations.

Advocating and providing for better living through common interest ownership communities, Community Associations Institute (CAI) is an International, not for profit 501(c)6 member organization created in 1973 to educate and represent America's residential community associations and related professionals and service providers.  According to the National and State Statistical Review for 2016 published by the Foundation for Community Association Research, it is estimated that there are more than 69 million residents living in 347,000 community associations in the U.S. 

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CAI New England Chapter (CAI-NE)

With chapters worldwide offering services and programs to members, the New Enlgand Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI-NE), established in 1979, is one of the largest chapters in the country.  With hundreds of chapter volunteer leaders from around New England working in conjunction with professional staff, CAI-NE brings to New England association volunteer leaders, homeowners, industry professionals and providers of association products and services a variety of member benefits including a monthly chapter magazine Condo Media, educational seminars and webinars, networking events, publications and other resources designed specifically to address the unique challenges facing New England communities.