Learn more about how you can improve your apartment community’s operations, reduce expenses, stay updated about legislation and trends in apartment careers with the wide range of resources included here.
Research, products and services and information about today’s ever-changing management and legal landscape will enable you to increase performance at your community.
Are you interested in a career in Residential Property Management? Get started here. Hiring managers can also find materials and tools for promoting and inspiring an industry career.
Get the extra edge you need to succeed in the apartment industry. The NAA Education Institute offers several industry-recognized designation programs, these are offered in classroom and online, as well as through other programs in areas such as Fair Housing, and Housing Credit Management. Find out about standalone Webinars that are based on emerging industry trends.
Your safety net for your business and the industry at large is engagement in public policy activities. At the federal level, we partner with NMHC to advocate for a supportive legislative and regulatory climate to protect your business. At the state and local levels, we analyze legislation, conduct research and provide resources to help build your and your fellow members' strength and influence.
Be part of the growing industry movement to engage with your elected officials to ensure their constituents' voices on apartment issues are heard and understood. Advocate with them through our national grassroots network and help them when they represent good government and support our industry's needs and concerns
The powerful and easy-to-use NAA Click & Lease Program allows you to save time and money by speeding up the leasing process. In addition to providing greater efficiency to the leasing process, prospective residents may fill out a rental application online, and you may audit and edit entire portfolios of leases with a few clicks of a mouse.
Data to assist apartment professionals during budget season or to benchmark against “comp” properties in your neighborhood, market or nationally can be found in this survey, which includes information from more than 1.1 million apartment units nationwide, coming from more than 4,600 communities. All key operational income and expense line items are included for both market rate and subsidized housing.