Membership Benefits

Serving Industry Professionals Statewide

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Florida Community Association Professionals (FCAP) is a membership-based professional organization for those who work, serve, or live in the 45,000+ community associations in Florida. The primary purpose of FCAP is to train and equip industry professionals with a goal toward effective, efficient, legal, and fiscally responsible community management.

FCAP believes that professional education is an ongoing, never-ending process and strives to provide up-to-date training resources as they become available. Relying on service providers, who work hands-on in the industry and understand its complexity, FCAP publishes and makes available new training material weekly through the FCAP newsletter and monthly in Florida Community Association Journal magazine. Additional legal resources are available through the monthly CALL (Community Association Leadership Lobby) newsletter Managers Report.

FCAP Schools offers training opportunities for managers and board members. Managers are able to take free online CEU courses that satisfy the state’s bi-yearly requirement. Board members are able to take the online board certification requirement at no cost. Managers also have the opportunity to take the FACS (Florida Advanced CAM Studies) course, which leads to credentialing through the CFCAM (Certified Florida Community Association Manager) program.

FCAP offers professional manager placement services through CondoJobs, Florida’s oldest and most trusted confidential recruiting service.


FCAP works as an advocate on your behalf and offers networking, education, and information to CAMs of all levels of experience and knowledge. As a member of FCAP, you will enjoy a complimentary subscription to your industry’s very own trade publication the Florida Community Association Journal, membership in CondoJobs Recruiting Service, free CEUs, and many other benefits that are listed on the next page.

Community Leaders

FCAP offers board members and community association volunteers membership in a statewide industry organization. FCAP offers networking, education, and information to board members of all community types including condominium associations, HOAs, cooperatives, timeshares, and mobile home communities. As a member of FCAP, you will enjoy the benefits that are listed on the next page.

Service Providers

FCAP is open for membership to businesses that offer products or services to the community association industry. Among many benefits are opportunities to contribute to CEUs, write educational articles, and provide practical answers to problems facing communities. See the next page for a full list of benefits.


Benefits Managers Board Members Service Providers
Yearly subscription to FLCAJ
FCAP weekly email newsletter
Managers Report monthly legal newsletter
Downloadable member roster
Access to 10-years FLCAJ article archives
Useful Contacts Package:
• FCAP Catalog
• Condo certified attorneys
• Readers’ Choice Awards winners
• Management Company Directory
Access to searchable FCAP Knowledge Base
• over 500 online articles
• 10 years’ magazine archives
Access and participation in FCAP peer-to-peer
“FCAP Helpnet” Answer network
Membership in CondoJobs Recruiting Service  
Free online CEUs with 24/7 access    
Manager Welcome Package:
• Community Finances Training Package
• Community Safety & Security Training Package
Online state required board member certification    
Board Member Welcome Package:
• Welcome to Board
• Community Finances Training Package
• Community Safety & Security Training Package
Board reference library includes access to all
CEU training materials
Company logo in the “FCAP Community” section of FLCAJ    
Right to use FCAP logo in all promotional material    
Opportunity to contribute to FCAP e-mail newsletter    
Opportunity to contribute to “FCAP Community”
column in FLCAJ
Opportunity to contribute to Florida Advanced CAM Studies    
Company profile in FCAP newsletter    



  • Initial Membership
  • Yearly Renewal


Certified Florida Community Association Manager Educational Program

Certified Florida Community Association Manager Educational Program



Community Association Management is

Florida is home to more condominiums, HOAs, licensed managers (CAMs), Statutes, and Boards of Directors than any other state in the US. The billions of dollars that flow into the industry by way of assessments, fees, dues, etc. and then paid out in the way of purchased services and operating expenses confirms the need for highly trained Managers who have the tools and ability to navigate the complicated waters. 

Knowledge and Education is

Community Association Managers are the integral part of the leadership of the community and the industry. The thousands of Florida licensed managers that are dedicated to their communities and management companies are the professional leaders with their “feet on the ground.” Managers are tasked with adapting to a constantly changing environment that affects both the financial and esoteric culture in their community.

Continuing Education and Training Is

Training costs time and money. Many managers are discouraged from furthering their careers through advanced education because of time and money. FCAP and the CFCAM program address both of these cost issues with online courses leading to an advanced professional certification that is budget conscious in both areas—time and money

How can FCAP help you?

FCAP Is Here to Help!

FCAP recognizes that Florida’s licensing process and continuing education requirements provide a limited solution, and are lacking in fully meeting the needs of professional managers to fundamentally facilitate, meet, and/or exceed the association’s expectations. FCAP, through its Certified Florida Community Association Manager program, has developed a course of study that is designed to meet that need, while offering flexibility in both time and budget.