Welcome to the Tennessee Chapter of CAI. We invite you to join our chapter and get involved! CAI TN is dedicated to enhancing the quality of Community Association Living in the State Of Tennessee. We accomplish this through education, legal advocacy, professional development and networking opportunities. Explore our website or call (615) 874-0031 to learn more about joining.
Attn: Management Members, we want to see you at the CAI Expo on October 1st! Watch this video to learn more about COVID guidelines for the event. Note: Managers will receive free parking. They should park across the road from Renaissance Hotel in the parking garage. No free valet parking will be provided.
Johnny Mac’s Story & The Reason We Choose this Charity as our 2020 Community Partner!
Earn the credentials you need with CAI’s virtual learning.
Register online today – space is limited.
VIRTUAL LIVE CLASSES:
October 13-14, 2020, 12–3 p.m. ET
October 20-21, 2020, 12–3 p.m. ET
M-100: The Essentials of Community Association Management,
October 29-30, 2020, 12–4 p.m. ET
November 12-13, 2020, 12–3 p.m. ET
September 30, 2020, 2–3 p.m. ET
SAVE THE DATE!
CAI TN will host the M-205 course in Nashville August 8/12-8/13, 2021.
Details to be announced.
Note: this is a tentative event due to the uncertainty of covid related scheduling.
30 day post for just $75 for members & $200 for nonmembers.
Attn: Members! You may have seen or heard stories recently in the media regarding shootings in an HOA over unpaid assessments. See the most recent here.
In the event you are contacted by the media for a particular incident or a general inquiry, we drafted a response you and/or your board may want to consider using (see below). We don’t recommend you respond unless you are contacted by the media. If you need any assistance with a media response, please let us know.
Community Associations Institute (CAI) is deeply saddened and troubled by the recent mass shootings in our country. We are also concerned about the news of a recent shooting of a homeowners association board president’s wife by a resident allegedly delinquent in paying their assessments. Our neighborhoods should be safe and secure with residents who are kind and compassionate. CAI members hope for a full recovery and swift justice for the victim. For information about resident rights and responsibilities for better communities, click here.
CAI Tennessee's Mission & Chapter Goals
CAI Tennessee Chapter Goals
2. Bridge the gap in distance of CAI members throughout Tennessee by forming and implementing regional councils and increasing membership statewide.