The Community Associations Institute (CAI) is an influential trade association and special interest group headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia, with about 60 chapters in the United States that provides "education and resources to the volunteer homeowners who govern community associations", and petitions for legislative and regulatory beneficence for its members. "One result," Professor McKenzie argues, "is the institutionalization of a heavy–handed managerial focus in CID governance."

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  • The Community Associations Institute (CAI) is an influential trade association and special interest group headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia, with about 60 chapters in the United States that provides "education and resources to the volunteer homeowners who govern community associations", and petitions for legislative and regulatory beneficence for its members. Since CAI was founded in 1973, the people that build and service common interest developments (CIDs) have been a significant force in interest group politics in many states. According to Evan McKenzie they are dominated by lawyers and property managers that have shaped legislative and judicial policy making to prevent meaningful regulation of CID activity, and keep the discourse on such matters largely private. In the absence of meaningful legislative regulation or oversight, the idea of residential private government took the shape advocated originally by developers through the Urban Land Institute and the Federal Housing Administration, and later by lawyers and property managers through CAI. "One result," Professor McKenzie argues, "is the institutionalization of a heavy–handed managerial focus in CID governance." (en)
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  • October 2015
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  • Source is a duplicitous trade association
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  • The Community Associations Institute (CAI) is an influential trade association and special interest group headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia, with about 60 chapters in the United States that provides "education and resources to the volunteer homeowners who govern community associations", and petitions for legislative and regulatory beneficence for its members. "One result," Professor McKenzie argues, "is the institutionalization of a heavy–handed managerial focus in CID governance." (en)
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  • Community Associations Institute (en)
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