In This Issue

Message from the President

Register for the M-206: Financial Management Course | October 19-20 in Birmingham

CHAPTER LUNCHEON: Reserving for the Future

Service Provider Directory

New Foundation Website

Disaster Preparedness & Management

UPCOMING EVENTS

September 6, 2017

WEBINAR
What's Your Score?

Reporting Community Association Assessments to Credit Bureaus

Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm CT


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September 13-16, 2017


Large-Scale Managers Workshop

Location: Sugarland, TX

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September 27, 2017

Advocacy Summit

Location: Washington DC

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September 28, 2017

Chapter Luncheon

"Reserving for the Future"

Time: 11:30am - 1 pm

Location: The Club, Inc.

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October 11-14, 2017

CEO-MC Retreat

Location: San Diego, CA

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October 18, 2017

WEBINAR
Hostile Housing Claims &
Neighbor to Neighbor Disputes:

New HUD Rules Affecting
Community Associations

Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm CT


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October 19-20, 2017

M-206 Financial Management

Location: Birmingham

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Click here to view more upcoming events in 2017!

 

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
August 2017

DJ Wood
Homeowner Leader

Birmingham, AL



Amber Estamponi
Neighborhood Management LLC

Daphne, AL



 

JOIN CAI TODAY!

Interested in joining CAI?

Click here to read about member benefits and join!


 

Thank you to our
2017 CHAPTER SPONSORS

Platinum Sponsors:
Allied Universal Security Services 

Law Offices of Lee Mason  

Community Association Management 

Gold Sponsors:
Associa McKay Management

BB&T

Boothby Realty

Gibson Landscaping

Spaces Management

Silver Sponsors:
Alliance Association Bank
The Green Team

Mutual of Omaha Bank

Bronze Sponsors:

CertaPro Painters of Hoover



Jones Walker

MITEC

Ray Engineering



SOLitude Lake Managment

Union Bank

We're Green Clean

 

2017 CAI AL Chapter
Board of Directors

President
Andy Turner, AMS, PCAM
Spaces Management

President Elect
Fields Greer
The Green Team

Secretary
Mildred Lanier
Hayesbury Townhomes HOA

Treasurer
Jamie Brasher Phillips, CMCA, AMS
J.H. Berry & Gilbert

At-Large Member

Lee Mason, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Community Association Management

Executive Director
Julia Boehm-McKay

 

Newsletter | August 2017 Print

Message from the President

Dear Members and Friends of the CAI Alabama Chapter!

I hope you and your families had a wonderful summer filled with some great vacation time!

Thank you to those of you that attended this year's summer social that was held earlier this month at Vestavia Bowl. For the first time, we joined forces with the Alabama Chapter of IREM and held our summer social with them - with great success!

 
Visit facebook.com/cai.alabama for more pictures from this event.

We had a great turn-out and members of both organizations had a lot of fun networking and bowling. Also many of the attendees went home with great prizes.

Thank you so much again to the summer social's event sponsors: Allied Universal, The Green Team, Jones Walker, Landscape Workshop, NatureScape and Professional Management of Alabama. Without you this event would not have been possible!

The next CAI Alabama Chapter Networking Luncheon will be on Thursday, September 28 at The Club, Inc. in Birmingham with a reserve specialist talking about reserve studies for your community associations.

Reserve your spot at the luncheon today and I look foward to seeing you on September 28th!

Sincerely,

Andy Turner

Andy Turner
2017 CAI-AL Chapter President
CEO of Spaces Management

SOLitude Lake Management Advertisement

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Register for the M-206: Financial Management Course | October 19-20 in Birmingham


Don't miss the M-206 Financial Management course that is being offered right here in Alabama on October 19th-20th!

Ten registered attendees are necessary for the class to be held. At this point we have not yet reached this number. Therefore, please register by September 20th if you plan on taking this course.

Click here for more information and registration information!

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CHAPTER LUNCHEON: Reserving for the Future

Please join us for the upcoming CAI Alabama Chapter Networking Luncheon on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at The Club, Inc. in Birmingham. The topic of the luncheon presentation will be "Reserving for the Future".

Nick Brenneman, a reserve specialist from Reserve Advisors is going to cover the following topics:

  • Benefits of reserve studies
  • The importance of properly funding reserves
  • Professional designations
  • The physical exam
  • The financial analysis
  • What to include in a reserve study
  • Common and overlooked reserve components
  • The reserve study process
  • Understanding future expenditures and funding plans
  • Reserve study updates
  • What to look for when choosing a reserve study provider

 
Don't miss this great networking and educational opportunity! Register now!

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Service Provider Directory

Are you looking for a service provider who specializes in the HOA/Condominium industry?

Make sure to start your search with the CAI Alabama Chapter's Online Service Provider Directory at cai-al.com/Service_Provider_Directory or click here.

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New Foundation Website

The Foundation for Community Association Research has launched a new website and we invite you to check it out: https://foundation.caionline.org/.

The new website includes the latest edition of the Community Association Fact Book, permits better promotion of the Foundation's research agenda and is now mobile friendly with better graphics and video.

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Disaster Preparedness & Management

A natural disaster like Hurricane Harvey is catastrophic to the nearly 20,000 community associations and more than 4 million residents living in Texas. Now, more than ever before, community associations in Texas must come together to survive this natural disaster and ultimately recover. Community Associations Institute, CAI, is here to support these communities and their residents in need and provide you with timely updates and resources.

Here are some suggestions on how you can help the victims in Texas:

  • Give cash, not goods
  • Donate blood, shelter, and long-term donations
  • Use your language skills
  • Identify and donate to local charities, including food banks


Additional websites as resources to lend a hand to communities in need:


Contact your Member of Congress
and ask them to support the disaster assistance equity act to ensure that  also community associations affected by Hurricane Harvey will qualify for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) assistance. Click here for more information and to take action.

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