AAGM works in conjunction with the Tennessee, Mississippi, and National Apartment Associations to coordinate support for, or opposition to, legislation that affects the multifamily industry at a local, state and national level.
AAGM works in conjunction with 4 other affiliates in the state of Tennessee to monitor legislation affecting the multifamily industry. AAGM Members are kept abreast of action items at membership luncheons and through email alerts (as needed).
AAGM's territory includes DeSoto and Tunica Counties in Mississippi. We collaborate with the Mississippi Apartment Association on legislative affairs affecting our members in these counties. For an update on recent legislative efforts in Mississippi go to the MAA website.
Every March, leadership from apartment associations around the country head to Washington, D.C., as part of NAA Advocate, where rental housing industry professionals collectively aim to be heard by their Congresspeople regarding key federal priorities. The focus of legislative discussions centers around preventing adverse policies from taking hold. As the leading voice for the apartment housing industry, NAA works to ensure that public policy does not impede but rather enhances the ability of apartment owners and operators to run their business and provide housing to one-third of Americans.
NAA provides the affiliate network with ready-made issue research and policy analysis as they advise state and local policymakers. NAA is committed to making sure members understand the numerous policy initiatives affecting them and their business. NAA continuously monitors legislation and regulation around the country, whether the issue is federal, state, or local. Follow along in real time on the NAA interactive, real-time policy tracking map.