NAHMA members manage and provide quality affordable housing to more than two million Americans with very low and moderate incomes. Presidents and executives of property management companies, owners of affordable rental housing, public agencies and national organizations involved in affordable housing and providers of supplies and services to the affordable housing industry make up the membership of NAHMA.
The management of affordable housing is a specialized business, requiring skills and programmatic knowledge not required of other real estate management professionals. Since the 1970s, NAHMA members have been actively involved in federally regulated housing programs.
Managers, developers and owners, and industry stakeholders join NAHMA because it is essential to their business. They rely on NAHMA for representation in Washington, invaluable professional education, information, networking and opportunities for one-on-one dialogue with federal and state agencies impacting the industry.
Whether you own or manage LIHTC, Section 8, 202 or 236 properties, or participate in one of the many other affordable housing programs, NAHMA membership is essential to smart asset management.
NAHMA membership is not limited to property managers and owners. Supporting them are providers of goods and services, nonprofit organizations and other stakeholders who know that NAHMA helps them better serve the industry.
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