National AffiliatesNational Representation Through BOMA and NAA
AOBA is federated with the Building Owners and Managers Association International (BOMA) and the (NAA). Through these affiliations, AOBA members are represented on Capitol Hill and before federal agencies, and have access to research and information, and forums for networking with peers across the country at the BOMA and NAA National Conventions. Also, to understand the property management industry's significant economic impact, check out detailed, economic impact data developed by from both BOMA and NAA.
Founded in 1907 as the National Association of Building Owners and Managers, BOMA International today represents 92 local associations throughout the U.S. and 13 international affiliates. BOMA's 16,500-plus members own or manage more than nine billion square feet of commercial properties in North America. Consider BOMA International as a primary source of information on office building development, leasing, building operating costs, energy consumption patterns, local and national building codes, legislation and occupancy statistics.
What are some key BOMA programs that AOBA members should know about?
Check out BOMA's 360 Performance Program - which recognizes the industry's best practices in building management and operations by recognizing individual buildings as BOMA 360 Performance Buildings. And read about a local perspective on this growing program.
Also, BOMA's Experience Exchange Report (EER®) from BOMA International and Kingsley Associates offers operating performance analysis that's online, easy-to-use and completely interactive.
National Apartment Association
NAA is America's leading advocate for quality rental housing, serving the interests of multifamily housing owners, managers, developers and suppliers.
AOBA Members in good standing are automatically considered members of NAA and entitled to NAA benefits. NAA provides a wealth of information through advocacy, research, technology, education and strategic partnerships. Through a joint legislative alliance with the National Multi Housing Council, NAA represents our members' interests on legislative and regulatory issues at the federal level.
To keep updated on important industry news, check out Connect with NAA.
NAA's National Lease Program offers valuable benefits to members. This easy-to-use, web-based leasing program allows an apartment community to save time and money by speeding up preparation and printing of legal documents. Prospective residents may fill out a rental application online, and property managers may audit and edit entire portfolios of leases with a few clicks of a mouse. (The Lease Program uses “Blue Moon” software.) For more info, visit www.naahq.org. Questions? Contact Justin Barker, firstname.lastname@example.org; or Michael Semko, email@example.com