Follow Us

    fbtw

    Join Our Mailing List

    Subscribe

    Community Contact Magazine

    Community Contact is the quarterly magazine published by and for the members of the DFW Chapter of CAI.

     

    Quarter 1 - Spring 2018Spring 2019

    Quarter 2 - Summer 2019Summer 2019

    Quarter 3 - Fall 2019Fall 2019

    Quarter 4 - Winter 2019Winter 2019

    Quarter 1 - Spring 2018Spring 2018

    Quarter 2 - Summer 2018Summer 2018

    Quarter 3 - Fall 2018Fall 2018

    Quarter 4 - Winter 2018Winter 2018

    Quarter 1 - Spring 2017
    Spring 2017

    Quarter 2 - Summer 2017Summer 2017

    Quarter 3 - Fall 2017Fall 2017

    Quarter 4 - Winter 2017Winter 2017

    Quarter 1 - Spring 2016Spring 2016

    Quarter 2 - Summer 2016Summer 2016

    Quarter 3 - Fall 2016Fall 2016

    Quarter 4 - Winter 2016Winter 2016

    Community Associations Institute is a national, non-profit, membership organization dedicated to the successful creation and operation of community associations.  The Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter was established in 1980 to provide support for the North Texas Area.  Community Contact is published by the DFW-CAI chapter is issued with the understanding the publisher is not engaged in rendering financial, legal, accounting, or other professional services, or be construed as a recommendation for any course of action regarding financial, legal, accounting, or other professional services by Community Contact or its authors and advertisers.  The services of a competent professional should be sought where professional services are required.  The articles appearing in Community Contact do not necessarily reflect the opinion of CAI of the DFW Chapter, and acceptance of advertising does not constitute an endorsement of the product of services.
    All contents of Community Contact are protected by copyright.  Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is expressly prohibited.  AAMC, AMS, and PCAM are registered trademarks of Community Association Institute.  CMCA is a registered trademark of the Community Association Managers International Certification Board.  Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks.  Use of a term in this publication should not be regarded as affecting the validity of any trademark or service mark.