About TCAA

Building Strong Texas Neighborhoods

Texas Community Association Advocates (TCAA)
is the public policy voice of community associations and the professionals who serve them.  Our stakeholders include community associations, board members, managers, attorneys, developers, builders, title companies, management companies, real estate professionals, realtors, homeowners and others who provide service to those living in deed restricted communities.


As a stakeholder, you can help TCAA achieve its mission through several key initiatives:             
Make a contribution

Meet with your State Representative & Senators

Educate local municipalities on state issues related to community associations

Invest in your community - contribute

Invest in your profession - contribute

Volunteer with TCAA

Take action when asked - Grassroots help!

We are the voice for millions of Texas homeowners who choose to live in community associations and want to preserve the value of their homes-- the greatest asset most Texans will purchase in their lifetime.  TCAA serves as the voice of CAI (Community Association Institute) on legislative and regulatory matters.

TCAA provides education throughout the state, coordinating efforts with the CAI chapters and other organizations which serve the community association industry and profession.

TCAA is funded primarily by voluntary contributions from those who live in community associations and work with community associations.  From volunteer leaders, to managers, to business partners - TCAA NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT!  TCAA is a 501c(6) organization. Contributions are not tax deductible. 


TCAA's mission is to promote meaningful legislation to create an environment that supports the development of well-governed, well-managed community associations.


  • Protect the community association lifestyle   
  • Minimize placing additional financial burden on owners,    
  • Champion transparency and openness in the operation of community associations,     
  • Facilitate owners' participation in their community association, and    
  • Teach best practices in operating community associations
  • Protecting our environment through support of energy efficient practices     


A Board of Directors comprised of professionals in the community association industry and other interested parties heads TCAA. The Board focuses on legislative agenda, policy making, and legislator and stakeholder relations.

Click here to view the TCAA Organizational Chart.

TCAA also has an Advisory Committee made up of individuals or organizations who have a strong interest or involvement with community association living.  They assist with legislative outreach and fundraising.

Further details of the organizational structure and funding are outlined in the TCAA Bylaws. If you would like additional information, please contact the TCAA Executive Director at [email protected] or click here to submit an information request.