Guests of Honor

After almost a dozen years, military housing privatization has not been without its fair share of challenges.

In 1996, a niche market was created for apartment developers and professional property management companies as a result of Congress authorizing the privatization of military family housing on all military installations in the United States. This huge undertaking officially began when the first base was fully privatized in 2001.

Now, nearly a dozen years later, the final group of Air Force installations has been privatized, ending an amazing effort that included decades of site visits, ’round-the-clock work on planning and strategy sessions and frantic bid preparations in hopes of winning these lucrative, 50-year partnerships at the approximately 100 available military bases. A lot has changed from that first partnership.

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Event Highlights

'One Industry. One Voice.' Join Us for the 2015 NAA Capitol Conference

2015 NAA Capitol Conference Video  

This one-minute video promotes the apartment industry’s national advocacy event on March 17-18. Under the theme “One Industry. One Voice,” the video encourages people to be informed, get involved and...