FAA APTitudes Newsletter
July 2016 | The monthly e-newsletter of the Florida Apartment Association
What's New in the FAA
The Florida Apartment Association was recognized by the National Apartment Association for successfully advocating for a CAMT exemption to the state's building codes and by Association Media & Publishing for a Legislative Priorities brochure.
Doing Well by Doing Good: Leasing and Marketing Success through Corporate Social Responsibility will be one of the breakout sessions at the 2016 FAA Annual Conference & Trade Show at the Boca Raton Resort & Club October 5-7.
Monday is the last day to submit nominations for the 2016-2017 FAA Executive Committee and the 2016 Hall of Fame.
Proceeds from a wine tasting at the 2016 FAA Annual Conference & Trade Show will support the Nan Cavarretta Memorial Scholarship Fund, which funds continuing education for emerging leaders in the multifamily housing industry through FAA's Leadership Lyceum program.
The Liberty Group
Cardillo Law Firm
What's New Nationally
The Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office has filed charges against rent-controlled property owners accused of evicting residents from their homes in order to list the unoccupied apartments on Airbnb, according to a Los Angeles Times report.
Apartment communities are leveraging the enormous popularity of the augmented-reality game Pokemon GO, potentially driving traffic to their apartments while entertaining and engaging residents. Find out how to take advantage of this summer’s craze.
Lifestyle Flooring, Inc
Freddie Mac
What's New Around the State
Miami and Palm Beach County are in the nationwide top 10 cities for growth in rental supply, and Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach rank high in rent growth.
Highlights of Multifamily Housing Deals and Projects Around Florida. Send news of acquisitions, sales, building starts, and renovations to laureen@faahq.org.
Anyone who regularly consumes Census data knows that mobility rates in this country have been declining for decades. So why do we keep hearing about roving millennials, and the freedom to move as a main reason they don’t commit to homeownership?
This year’s NAA Education Conference & Exposition attendees gained valuable knowledge, made important connections, and saw the latest solutions. Even if you missed something, NAA has captured enough content from San Francisco to keep you motivated until next year!
Supplier Updates
Although booths for the 2016 FAA Annual Conference & Trade Show have sold out, numerous opportunities remain for supplier brand exposure.
Mark your calendar for 2016 meetings.



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