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Published since 1987, Florida Community Association Journal, continues to provide news and vital information to operators of condominiums, homeowners associations, cooperatives, and other multi-unit communities every month. The magazine has earned the reputation of being the industry’s most authoritative voice.
FLCAJ contains news and feature articles dealing with areas of interest to managers and board members. The editorial covers legal matters, accounting practices, insurance, rules enforcement, cost-saving practices, industry events, building and grounds maintenance, security solutions, education, and more.
Our job is to bring thoughts and ideas together that will enable managers and board members to make wise decisions in the administration of their communities. To do that most effectively, we are continually looking for ways to improve and enhance the editorial content of the Journal. – Charlene Yarbrough, Publisher
FLCAJ strives to present the most informative and useful information available. We value our advertisers and the knowledge and experience they bring to the magazine in their areas of expertise. For these reasons, we systematically invite our display advertisers to submit educational, non-advertorial materials throughout the year for publishing consideration. Editorial content is always at the discretion of the editorial staff.
“In terms of the size of the magazine and the numbers we mail out, there is not another community association management magazine in the country that is close to us. Surveys have shown that, with our average readership of 3.5 per copy, an advertiser can expect to get their message to approximately 60,000 decision makers a month.” –Jim McMurry, General Manager
Our monthly circulation is distributed to the following groups regularly throughout the year:
All licensed managers of condominiums and homeowner associations; governing boards of all condominiums; all management companies; participants of CondoJobs, and all professional associations in Florida.
All members of Florida Community Association Professionals (FCAP). In addition, many licensing schools and instructors, trade shows, HOA governing boards, and vendors serving the industry receive courtesy copies.
“Throughout the year, we cover virtually every major area of expenditure that community associations deal with. We also provide information and advice on other issues that, while not directly related to a cost, do affect the overall harmony of the community.” – Michael Hamline, Editor