HOA Management Credential & Designation Breakdown

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THE POWER OF CREDENTIALS & DESIGNATIONS In a homeowners' association (HOA), partnering with a community manager allows you to run operations smoothly. Typically an employee of a management company, a community manager works closely with an HOA's board of directors to provide many vital functions. Managers usually oversee day-to-day work, maintenance, finances, and a variety of other important elements of your association. To advance their careers, further their education, and prove their expertise, many community managers seek industry certification and designations provided by the Community Associations Institute (CAI). CAI is an international membership organization that offers educational programs, leading to professional designations for community managers and other industry professionals. Similarly, some states also offer or require community managers to obtain state- specific certifications and licenses. As a leading provider of community management services, Associa has earned some of the highest credentials in the industry, including the Accredited Association Management Company credential, Great Place to Work ® certification, US Best Managed Company, and more. Our recognition is all due to the 11,000+ team members who lead the industry with unrivaled education, expertise, and trailblazing innovation. Read on to learn what HOA management credentials and designations are, what they symbolize, and how to achieve them. Source: Community Associations Institute. 2022-2023. www.caionline.org.

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