Since 1971, the Florida Apartment Association has worked to ensure high property management standards and resident satisfaction and safety in Florida. Volunteer leaders from throughout the state meet quarterly to discuss issues and challenges facing the multifamily housing sector. The association at both the state and local level also provides important social and career benefits for industry personnel.
FAA 2015/2016 Events Calendar
Oct 1 - Dec 31
Product/Service Council 2015 Meetings Calendar
Oct 20 - Dec 31
2015 ICFA CONFERENCE
July 7 - 10
FAA Education Conference & Trade Show
Oct 7 - 9
To simplify and standardize the apartment lease in Florida, FAA and NAA have developed a standard lease for Florida apartment owners and managers to use.
Providing quality rental housing for hardworking Floridians is your business. Our business is to make sure you can succeed.
The Florida Apartment Association Political Committee (APAC) is committed to preserving and advancing its members’ interests through political advocacy at the state and local government levels. As a bipartisan effort, APAC operates on behalf of the Association making political contributions to lawmakers who are receptive to the concerns of rental property owners and managers statewide. In the 2012 election cycle, 90% of APAC-supported candidates won their elections!
Make no mistake; special interest groups spend millions of dollars lobbying the legislature on their political agenda. It is critical that we protect our business from these special interest groups who seek to impose threats such as requiring leasing consultants to hold a real estate license, new inspection fees, and myriad costly mandates. Through united action, we can fight back, stand strong, and succeed together.
The ability of apartment owners to continue to provide safe, affordable rental housing to our residents, and deliver valued services to them – while doing this effectively, efficiently and profitably – rests on the continued financial strength of APAC.
The benefits of our efforts are enjoyed by many and the burden to invest cannot and should not be shouldered by the few.