When it comes to selecting a manager for your community the choice is clear: Choose a CCAM. A Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM) is
committed to the professional and ethical management of HOAs. CCAMs are knowledgeable about California laws that govern HOAs and experienced in helping volunteer board
In a professional environment, ethics are the principles that form the basis of our business-related practices and decision-making. By signing this Code of Ethics, you acknowledge a fiduciary duty, incorporating commitment to the team, integrity and confidentiality when appropriate.
What is the primary role of a board member? This one-page board member commitment pledge will help you to understand, support and ensure fidelity to the HOA’s mission and vision and to carry out the functions of a board member as stated in the Bylaws
Not sure what is expected of you as an HOA Director? This sample job description will help you gain that understanding.
Access a plethora of articles that will educate and inform you on how to navigate your position on the board. From articles on board leadership to policies and planning, you'll find it all here.