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Issue Fact Sheets

Federal Issue Fact Sheets

The NAA/NMHC Joint Legislative Program produces Issue Fact Sheets on major legislative and regulatory topics affecting the apartment industry.  Each Issue Fact Sheet outlines the background and NAA/NMHC viewpoint.

Affordable Housing
Apartment Industry Overview
Appliance Efficiency Standards
Balanced Housing Policy
Bed Bugs
Building Codes 
Building Codes Primer
Building Codes Timeline
Building Energy Labels
Business Interest Deductibility
Carried Interest
Clean Water Act
Commercial Securities
Covered Bonds
Data Security
Disparate Impact
Dodd-Frank Act
EB-5 Immigrant Investor
Emotional Support Animals
Employee Background Checks
Energy Efficiency Tax Credits
Energy Policy
Estate Tax
Fair Housing Accessibility
Fair Housing Testing Programs


Fair Market Rent
FHA Multifamily Programs
Flood Insurance
Green Building Code Overview
Green Building Codes
Green Financing
GSE Capital Flows
GSE Production Chart
Home Sharing Services
Housing Finance Reform
Industry Priorities
Immigration Reform
IRS Repair Rules
Labor Policy
Land Use
Lead-Based Paint
Like-Kind Exchanges
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
Military Housing
Overtime Rule
Patent Litigation
Rent Control
Rental Assistance
Section 8
Source of Income
Tax Depreciation
Tax Reform
Terrorism Risk Insurance
Violence Against Women Act

State and Local Issue Fact Sheets

NAA publishes Issue Almanacs for key state and local issues affecting the apartment industry. The almanacs contain background information, talking points, and a political and legislative outlook for the coming year. For information, contact Carole Roper.
Bed Bugs
Code Retroactivity
Criminal Background Checks
Garbage Collection
Green Building
Impact Fees
Property Manager, Leasing Agent Licensing
Meth Labs
Occupancy Standards
Sexual Orientation
Smoke-Free Housing
Source of Income
Vicarious Liability
Water Billing

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