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Community Associations Day for Condominiums and HOAs

Community Associations Day for Condominiums and HOAs

WSCAI Presents: Community Associations Day For Condominiums and HOAs CA Day is Washington’s largest educational conference and trade show for condominium and homeowner associations and community managers – it’s often referred to as a home show for condos and HOAs. This all-day event includes 143 industry-specific exhibitors in the trade show, 12 education based workshops, a keynote presentation during lunch and the opportunity to have your association's questions answered. This annual event has been running for more than 25 years. Participation has grown from 25 initial attendees to nearly 1,000 condominium and HOA representatives in 2014. CA Day is scheduled for Saturday, September 26, 2015. Location: Washington State Convention Center, Seattle Click[more]

WSCAI Business Partners Social

WSCAI Business Partners Social

WSCAI Summer Mixer Wednesday, August 19, 2015 Washington State Community Associations Institute (WSCAI) Business Partner's Committee Summer Mixer will be at Alexandria Nicole Cellars. This annual event has become quite popular with the membership. Plan to attend, as it will be a great opportunity to network with new and veteran Business Partners and Managers. Join WSCAI's Business Partners and Managers on Saturday, August 19th at 6 p.m. Alexandria Nicole Cellars 14810 NE 145th St, Woodinville 425.487.9463 This event is specific for businesses which provide services to community associations in Washington.[more]

WSCAI Chapter Luncheon

WSCAI Chapter Luncheon

Chapter Luncheon Marriott Redmond Town Center Tuesday, Aug 25, 2015 Location: Marriott Redmond Town Center 7401 164th Ave NE, Redmond 11 a.m. – New Member Orientation (invite only) – Sponsored by Union Bank 11:30 a.m. – Registration & Networking Noon – Lunch & Program You can download registration form here Mediation, Arbitration, Litigation, Huh? Studies show that up to 96% of all civil legal disputes are resolved short of trial – an overwhelming majority of these settlements occur at mediation. Thus, mediation is the most popular and successful form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Between the two of them, community association attorney Dan Zimberoff and community association manager Walter[more]

Testimonials

As a new Condominium Board member, I attended my first CAI training session, "ABC's, A BASIC COURSE", April 1999. Following that session, our condo association approved our very first Policy Resolution, "...shall become member of CAI to help them function in the most effective manner possible and funds for attendance shall be placed in the Annual Budget" Since that time, each year we have had one to three members in attendance at various "ongoing education" seminars. The information we received, and the printed materials and magazines, have assisted our association in becoming the best we can be. It is the feeling of our membership and Board of Directors that on-going education is very important to the success of our association. Currently I am facilitating a group we call The Board Roundtable. There at ten Board members, each from a different condo/homeowners association, we meet once a month for two hours, share all kinds of ideas with each other, reinforce the information we receive from CAI, and all feel it is very worthwhile to our own association.
Beverly Ahnert
Homeowner / The Ranch Condominium Association
Having been a Condo Board member for over 13 years and having earned the CMCA designation, I still know it’s beneficial to attend WSCAI’s educational seminars. I learn new things and get a chance to interact with other Board members who face similar challenges as a volunteer in their communities.
Sue Dahlin, CMCA
Sundance Glen Condominium
“We want to contribute to the industry from which we benefit. Our mantra is “Education” – of the boards, the managers, and our staff. We enjoy teaching at WSCAI events and have met wonderful people. And ultimately, we are successful when our clients and staff are educated.”
Catherine Kuhn, CPA
Membership participation and advertising as a member of WSCAI is an effective way to connect with the board members that make buying decisions for their associations and the community association managers who influence those decisions. It’s one of the best marketing tools we have!
Nancy K. Cannan CIRMS
Retired ~ Executive Vice President – Marketing / CAU (Community Association Underwriters)
I find my membership in WSCAI to be a rewarding experience in multiple ways. The social aspect of membership makes for new friendships and enjoyable times. The business networking offers a kind of insurance policy against changes in the marketplace and employment. The educational opportunities afford me more confidence in my decision making and thus less stress in my life.
Kenneth A. Beebe, AMS, PCAM
Community Association Manager / Conrad Properties
I have been a member of WSCAI for more than 18 years, as a construction consultant, and as an attorney serving community associations with construction litigation, collections, and general counsel needs. I believe in this organization because of the shared resources it provides to the board members and managers of these communities, and the education it provides to help them manage the millions of dollars of property they are in charge of, and to serve their membership.
Ken Harer
As an owner within a Community Association and service provider to the industry, I know of no better resource than CAI. Our affiliation and participation for nearly 30 years on a local and national level has been quite rewarding; for our profession, yes, but most of all by the quality of people we’ve encountered over the years within this volunteer based organization. It is estimated that 20% of our state’s population resides within a community association and I’m thankful CAI is there to lead us into the future.
Jim Talaga RS
WSCAI has been an outstanding resource for us during the last ten years. It has offered many excellent timely classes that have resolved many problems within our condominium community. The fantastic employees at WSCAI have always responded promptly to any question that we have asked. I am proud to be a member of WSCAI.
Gregory Hammrich
Edelweiss Condominium, Edmonds WA

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