FAA APTitudes Newsletter
November 2015 | The monthly e-newsletter of the Florida Apartment Association
What's New in the FAA
Members of the Florida Apartment Association established four 2016 priorities at their annual legislative platform meeting in October.
FAA members will travel to Tallahassee January 26 and 27 to meet with state senators, representatives, and staffers regarding 2016 legislative priorities.
FCAA collected canned food for the Clara White Mission.
The annual toy drive will once again benefit Toys for Tots.
The Liberty Group
Cardillo Law Firm
What's New Nationally
Rent growth and occupancy rates have been rising in 2015 — in some Florida markets faster than elsewhere in the country. See which cities have seen the greatest change in these two metrics quarter over quarter and year to date.
Prepare to meet the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities presented by the flourishing rental housing sector of student housing—and make it a team effort—by registering today for the 2016 NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition, February 16-17, 2016.
Lifestyle Flooring, Inc
Naylor Association Solutions
Naylor Association Solutions
What's New Around the State
Highlights of Multifamily Housing Deals and Projects Around Florida
One of those characteristics of the United States’ experiment with democracy that we tout as a shining example for the rest of the world is the peaceful transfer of power. The fact that every four (or eight) years a new President takes office via the voting booth and not by the tip of a sword or barrel of a gun is pretty amazing. Similarly impressive was the handover of control of the House Republican caucus (and by extension the House of Representatives itself) last month. - See more HERE.
The apartment industry's national advocacy event has its largest goal ever: Reach all 535 Congressional offices on Lobby Day.



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