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About HAA

 

The Houston Apartment Association is the leading advocate, resource and community partner for quality rental housing providers in the Houston and surrounding area.   

 

Strength in Numbers   

HAA's represents 790+ owner/management companies and 725 product/service supplier companies.  With more than  528,000 apartment homes in more than 2,500 apartment communities a total of  90 percent of the Houston area apartments 

 

HAA member communities are located in these cities: Alvin, Anahuac, Angelton, Bay City, Baytown, Bellaire, Bellville, Channelview, Cleveland, Clute, Columbus, Conroe, Crosby, Dayton, Deer Park, Eagle Lake, Freeport, Friendswood, Fulshear, Hempstead, Hockley, Houston, Humble, Jacinto City, Katy, La Porte, Lake Jackson, League City, Liberty, Magnolia, Manvel, Meadows Place, Missouri City, Montgomery, New Caney, New Waverly, Palacios, Pasadena, Pearland, Porter, Richmond, Rosenberg, Seabrook, Sealy, Shenandoah, Shoreacres, South Houston, Stafford, Sugar Land, Sweeny, Texas City, The Woodlands, Tomball, Victoria, Waller, Webster, West Columbia, Wharton and Willis.     

 

All HAA members must agree to abide by the association's code of ethics as a condition of membership.   

  

Owner/Mgmt Benefits                     Supplier Benefits   

Code of Ethics                                   By Laws
 
 
 

Vision Statement    

   

HAA develops leadership in the multi-family industry by engaging broadly diverse membership, embracing effective technology and advocating for a geographically inclusive association.   

    

Goals for 2012-2015   

    

  • Implement effective technology solutions and provide efficient online resources.  
  • Expand wide-ranging legislative advocacy and PAC development.
     
     
  • Promote industry leadership and expansion of workforce through strategic community outreach and partnerships.   
  • Promote value and enhance the RCR services and revenue stream.
     
     
  • Develop future leadership within our broadly diverse membership.   
  • Promote recognition of HAA by enhancing internal and external communications.
     
     
  • Develop innovative programs and cultivate strategic partnerships.    

The full strategic plan is available by clicking here Strategic Plan 2013-2015   

  

State and National Affiliations    

   

HAA members were instrumental in forming the state and national associations, the Texas Apartment Association and the National Apartment Association. HAA members are also members of the Texas Apartment Association and the National Apartment Association.  With many regional and national apartment management firms having a major presence or based in Houston, the HAA and its members are active in TAA, NAA and the National Multi Housing Council dealing with the issues and trends that affect the apartment industry locally and across the nation.    

    

   

   

Texas Apartment Association               National Apartment Association