Federal Resources

The National Apartment Association (NAA)

As an AAGO member, you also benefit from dual membership with the National Apartment Association (NAA). You can access exclusive, member-only programming and networking opportunities, advocacy resources, and more. 

Visit the NAA Website

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Multifamily Housing

HUD's Federal Housing Administration (FHA) "Office of Multifamily Housing Programs" is responsible for the management, development, direction, and administration of HUD's Multifamily Housing Programs. Find helpful links relating to multifamily program descriptions, funding availability, memos, FAQs, and more.

Visit HUD's Office of Multifamily Housing Programs

The Housing Assistance Council (HAC)

The Housing Assistance Council (HAC) assists local organizations in the building and preservation of affordable homes (single and multi-family) for low-income rural families. HAC has a variety of research reports, briefs, notes, and guides that provide information and analysis on a variety of social, economic, and housing issues that impact affordable housing needs throughout rural 

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Urban Land Institute (ULI)

ULI aims to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and sustainable communities worldwide. One of ULI's distinctive features is its extensive research library. Accessible via the link below, ULI's research library contains a variety of case studies and reports on housing, planning and design, the public sector, and more. 

Visit the Urban Land Institute Website

The National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC)

NAA and NMHC frequently partner on industry-related initiatives and produce a variety of resources for members. NMHC provided insight, advocacy, and tools that enable members and the multifamily apartment industry to make informed business decisions. 

National Multi-Housing Council

NAA Government Affairs Resources

NAA and the National Multi-Housing Council have a partnership agreement that provides all of our collective members, the owners, developers, and managers who provide apartment homes for 35 million Americans, with a comprehensive and thorough government and public affairs program to represent the $1.1 trillion apartment industry. NAA/NMHC and its 170 affiliates across the country serve as the voice of the industry to the federal government.

To stay up to date with all of the hot topics that the Government Affairs Team at NAA are working on for us, please be sure to click the following link .