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.

Upcoming Meetings

CAI Membership Meeting
Friday, September 24th • Register by Wednesday, September 22nd.
Time: 11 am - 1 pm
Venue: Maggiano's Little Italy
Address: 3106 West End Ave., Nashville, TN 37203
(Following Covid19 prevention guidelines)

Attention Designees: You can receive CE credits for each lunch you attend.

Click here for more details about this luncheon and to make a payment.

Lunch Sponsor:

Greathouse Landscape

Nick Cooper
3825 Whites Creek Pike
Nashville, TN 37207
Phone: 615-953-7595
Click here to learn more about The Greathouse Company, LLC!

Drawing Prize: TBA

Guest Speaker and Topic:
HR professionals will discuss the implications of COVID on the workplace with discussion moderator Stacy Adams, MHRM, VP of Human resources at Ghertner & Company.

Due to COVID-19 restraints, we are limiting attendees and space. Register with the link below. You must receive a confirmation email from the chapter office to be eligible to attend.

Register by Wednesday, September 22nd!


2021 CAI Community Partner, Nashville Union Rescue Mission
We will have a donation box at Maggiano's for donations of canned food, toiletry items or clothing. Items may also be shipped or dropped off at 639 Lafayette Street, Nashville, TN 37203-4226. Monetary donations are accepted online. To learn more about Nashville Union Rescue Mission, click here.


Save the Date!

2021 CAITN Golf Tournament
Monday, October 25th

Old Hickory Country Club
1904 Old Hickory Blvd, Old Hickory, TN

Click here to read all event details.

UPDATE: Sponsorships available! For a description of sponsorship benefits, as well as information on sponsorships still available, download details here.


Official 2021 Education Sponsors

Barcode Automation, Inc.
Ian H. Graham
CAI Online

Building Better Communities

New Condo Safety Resources Available

Condominium association residents and volunteer board members around the world understandably have questions about the safety of their own communities and are wondering how to protect their buildings after the tragic collapse of Champlain Tower South in Surfside, Fla. CAI is providing information and resources to help concerned residents and board members understand structural integrity, maintenance, and reserves.

“CAI is devastated by the tragedy in Surfside, Fla. Members of CAI lived in and worked at Champlain Tower South, and our entire membership is reeling,” says Thomas M. Skiba, CAE, CAI’s chief executive officer. “We have been closely following the news coming out of Surfside, and we continue to have hope in the rescue efforts. The resources and information we share today can help communities take steps to prevent this type of disaster from ever occurring again.”

Download our new Condo Safety resource to learn more about:

Condo Safety

  • Questions condominium residents should ask the community’s board members and manager.
  • Steps condominium owners can take to protect themselves and their investment.
  • Steps board members can take to ensure the community is safe while fulfilling their fiduciary duty to protect their community.

Visit www.caionline.org/CondoSafety for a full list of resources. Please share with any residents, colleagues, or clients who may benefit from the information.

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April 23, 2021 Mixer at Old Hickory Country Club

The social at historic Old Hickory Country Club was a huge success with many property managers and business partner members in attendance. The event was a welcome one with recent Covid restrictions. Those that attended have commented, “the best social event we have ever attended”. There was plenty of time to mix and mingle, door prize drawings, good food and just a fun time was had by everyone. The Social Committee will continue hosting upcoming events. Plan to attend the next event. A huge thanks to Bouvier Insurance and LSI for the door prizes. See more photos here.

DATE CHANGE! CAI is proud to announce plans for the 2021 Annual Conference and Exposition: Community NOW, will be held in person Aug. 18–21 in Las Vegas. Pre-conference education courses will take place Aug. 16–17. In addition to a date change, the conference venue also has changed. We will continue to partner with Caesars Palace; however, hotel lodging will move across the street to Harrah’s and The Linq, and conference activities will take place in the newly opened Caesars Forum, a 300,000-square-foot conference center adjacent to the hotels. We are confident the larger meeting space will offer a great attendee experience while still maintaining any social distancing requirements that are still in place come August. REGISTER NOW

Expo Event will be held on Friday, September 3rd, 10 am - 2 pm with a motivational speaker
having a presentation while lunch is being served. We are returning to the Renaissance Hotel.

COVID-19 Resources & Links

Chapter Updates
    • CAI is monitoring the ongoing outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus and its impact on community associations. 
    • We encourage CAI members, chapters, and the community associations industry in general—from homeowner leaders, community association managers, management company executives, and business partners—to follow the latest guidance and updates issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 
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CAI is breaking new ground. We are proud to announce that we are hosting a live virtual PCAM Case Study for the first time.  

As you know, the PCAM Case Study is a comprehensive examination of a community association, combining classroom discussion with an extensive on-site inspection—and the final step toward earning your prestigious Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation. The new virtual two-day program features a video property tour and live interviews with the host community manager, board, business partners, and instructors, all online.

September 30 - October 1, 2021

  The virtual offerings replace the originally scheduled in person Case Studies for the remainder of the year. To be eligible to register, you must have an approved PCAM application on file.

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Protect Your HOA Property Rights
Wall Street companies are your new neighbors and their primary objective is to make money to pay their shareholders. Protect your home and understand your right to regulate the number of rentals allowed in your HOA.

Download your FREE guide now!

CAI TN's 2021 Community Partner Nashville Rescue Mission

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Nashville Rescue Mission is a Christ-centered community committed to helping the hungry, homeless, and hurting by providing programs and services that focus on a person’s entire life-physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, and social. We are devoted to restoring the whole person through a Christian approach that helps the homeless and addicted learn how much God loves them and gain the biblical insight they need to lead a productive life in and for Christ. There will be volunteer opportunities this year. We will forward information when we receive. Learn more at www.nashvillerescuemission.org


Employers post your job listings on our website!
30 day post for just $75 for members & $200 for nonmembers.
Need to make a change?

Address Change Requests
Please send all address changes to CAI National at addresschanges@caionline.org & locally to info@caitenn.org.
Both emails are necessary. This includes phone numbers and email updates.

Thank You 2021 CAI Tennessee Annual Sponsors!

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CAI Tennessee's Mission & Chapter Goals

The Tennessee Chapter of CAI 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. Learn more at www.caionline.org/join.
CAI Tennessee Chapter Goals
1. Emphasize education by providing increased educational & training sessions to manager, Business Partner and CAVL members.
2. Bridge the gap in distance of CAI members throughout Tennessee by forming and implementing regional councils and increasing membership statewide.