FAA APTitudes Newsletter
November 2016 | The monthly e-newsletter of the Florida Apartment Association
What's New in the FAA
FAA members will travel to Tallahassee February 7 and 8 to meet with state senators, representatives, and staffers regarding 2017 legislative priorities.
Multifamily management professionals who are interested in becoming FAA leaders should ask their local affiliate executive to nominate them. All supplier slots for the 2017 Leadership Lyceum class have been filled.
Management members of the Florida Apartment Association are eligible for a discounted registration fee of $675 to the 2017 NAA Education Conference & Exposition. Learn more about the event here.
Important changes to the FAA Lease, also known as the FAA Click & Lease Powered by Blue Moon Software, will take effect January 1.
The Liberty Group
Cardillo Law Firm
What's New Nationally
Facebook is facing a potential class-action lawsuit on the grounds that the social networking site allows racial discrimination in housing and employment ads, violating the Fair Housing Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Freddie Mac
What's New Around the State
Highlights of multifamily housing deals and projects around Florida. Send news of acquisitions, sales, building starts, and renovations to laureen@faahq.org.
Uncertainty dominated the commentary written by key real estate analysts trying to forecast how the apartment industry and economy overall will be affected by the election of Donald Trump as the next U.S. President.
It’s time to Apartmentalize, which means taking your career, your team and your business to the next level. You can do it all at the apartment housing industry’s largest, most important annual gathering—the NAA Education Conference & Exposition — convening June 21-24 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Registration is now open.
Supplier Updates
Next year’s FAA Annual Conference and Trade Show will be here before you know it! To that end, we’re providing you with the information you need to make your exhibiting/sponsorship decision earlier than ever before.
Changes to enable all suppliers to Florida’s multifamily industry to be more engaged with FAA members will go into effect in January, 2017. The changes were approved by PSC members at a meeting in St. Augustine on May 5 and ratified by the FAA Board of Directors on May 6.
Mark your calendar for 2017 meetings.



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