WMFHA Membership = NAA Membership
Did you know your WMFHA membership comes with FREE membership in the National Apartment Association (NAA)?
NAA is a federation of 160 state and local affiliates, comprised of more than 73,000 multifamily housing companies representing more than 9 million apartment homes throughout the United States and Canada. WMFHA is the only Washington state affiliate of NAA.
Think of your relationship with NAA as an evergreen tree. NAA is the trunk, WMFHA is the branch, and you are the pinecone. Your multifamily sustenance comes up through the NAA roots, gets channeled and strengthened through the branch, and in you is where the seeds grow and are nourished. We all look out for each other!
Your NAA Benefits:
NAA’s Government Affairs and Legislation division
Education & Career Development:
Learn, lead and succeed with the broad-based education and training available only to members. Countless tools and resources for managers, companies and job seekers are just a few clicks away. Access recruitment programs that attract, nurture and retain high-quality professionals.
Powerful Leasing Solutions:
NAA's Click & Lease Program (formerly National Lease) expedites prep and printing of legal documents saving time and money.
Savings & Discounts:
Members enjoy substantial collective purchasing power and receive valuable savings from top retailers and service providers through our Open Door program.
NAA Conferences & Expositions:
Participate in the industry’s premier networking and education events. Connect with the top apartment home developers, suppliers and management professionals in the industry.
units Magazine & Other Publications:
From general topics to more specialized information, NAA members have access to articles, videos, newsletters and NAA’s award-winning blog providing the latest news and most successful trends in the industry.
Legal Assistance Program:
NAA has significantly expanded its legal services, which includes the formation of a Legal Assistance Program, aimed at protecting the apartment housing industry by addressing critical industry issues in courtrooms across the nation.