PO Box 2901
Augusta, ME
(207) 242-4535


(207) 242-4535
Are you a landlord with concerns about:
  • Fire Prevention
  • Legal Problems
  • Financial Matters
  • Insurance
  • Housing Legislation
  • Construction / Repair
  • Zoning
  • Water / Sewer
  • Building Materials
  • Computerization
  • Hazardous Materials
Capital Area Housing Association
is just what you're looking for.
Our programs are designed with just one goal in mind... to help us all become better informed, better prepared, more effective, more profitable landlords.

Whether you're a new landlord with just one unit, or an experienced multi-unit business, C.A.H.A can help you.

By joining with other local landlords, you can learn how to:
  • Maximize Collections
  • Minimize Evictions
  • Operate More Efficiently
  • And Reduce Tenant Problems

CAHA and CMAOASpring Educational Events

Plan to attend an Educational Event this spring and stay informed on what's happening in rental housing.

April 11, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Lithgow Library, 45 Winthrop St, Augusta
Legislative Update - Chris McMorrow 
Screening Tenants With Online Tools - Brett Brockway 
Eviction Process - Attorney Eric Dick


May 9, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 
Waterville Fire Station, 7 College Ave, Waterville
Life Safety Code - WTVL Fire Department


June 6, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Skowhegan Community Center
39 Poulin Dr, Skowhegan
Lead Abatement - US Representative Jared Golden
Lead Abatement - Kin Dydasco, Maine State Housing
Smoking Laws and Policy - Center for Tobacco 
Insulating Window Inserts - Casey Hess, Window 

Click here to renew or start your CAHA membership online.