If you’re seeking a new company to manage your homeowners or condo association in Louisiana, you’ve arrived at the right place to start your search. Our website is a leading resource for members of a community association. Louisiana HOA members use HOA Management both for educational purposes as well as to find service providers for their community. Feel free to access our directory of HOA management companies in Louisiana and contact as many as you like. You can also access our vast blog section, which contains articles written by seasoned industry leaders.
Culturally and geographically, Louisiana is a truly unique state. Large portions of The Bayou State were formed when sediment was carried down the Mississippi River. This left large swamps, coastal marshes, and deltas. The culture in many of Louisiana’s urban areas is comprised of Spanish, French, and Native American heritages. Named after King Louis XIV of France, Louisiana is home to such notable cities as New Orleans, the largest in the state, Baton Rouge, the capital, Shreveport, and Metairie. Another unique aspect of the Creole State is the fact that it’s the only state in America that has parishes instead of counties. Louisiana supplies around 90% of the world’s crayfish. Along with other seafood, the state’s economy is also powered by cotton, cattle, soybeans, and other agricultural products. The state is also abounding in natural gas and petroleum, deposits of which are found both on and off-shore.
The Louisiana Chapter of Community Associations Institute serves the educational, business, and networking needs of community associations throughout Louisiana. Members include condominium, cooperative, and homeowner associations as well as those who provide services and products to associations. The Louisiana Chapter is growing and wants you to be a part of their team. They currently have over 25 Homeowners Associations representing 5,500 households throughout the entire state of Louisiana. Based in Baton Rouge, the Louisiana Chapter works closely with their New Orleans Committee who has diligently expanded their boundaries as a chapter. The Louisiana CAI Chapter can be reached by calling (225) 751-4110 or by emailing CAILouisiana@gmail.com.