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We provide legislative representation on the local, state, and national level and we're the watchdogs on the regulatory front. Check out some of the legislative issues affecting the Florida and National Apartment Industry.

 

 

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The Florida Apartment Association’s annual Legislative Conference is hastily approaching. With only a few weeks away from the signature event,...

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The Southwest Florida Apartment Association has been hard at work trying to connect with local elected officials around the region. Recently SWFAA...

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In October the Collier County Board of Commissioners released a draft of an ordinance that would require the registry of short-term rental units....

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The 2022 legislative session is fast approaching and the Florida Apartment Association is already taking steps to protect the apartment industry....

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Florida cities no longer need to wait for state and federal solutions to their affordable housing needs. According to a new study released by FAA...

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Alachua County Passes Mandatory Participation in Section 8 Program On July 13, the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners passed...

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Earlier today, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, extended the federal moratorium on evictions...

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Beginning Monday, March 29, all Floridians age forty and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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In a 5-1 vote, the Hillsborough County Commission voted to approve Ordinance 21-7, commonly referred to as a tenant bill of rights, during their...

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Florida has a critical need for more affordable housing with a shortage of 400,033 rental homes that are affordable and available for extremely...

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For 2021, the industry’s priorities reflect the near-term concern of the housing crisis created by the COVID-19 pandemic and the broader need to...

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Through their Emergency Rental Assistance Program, the U.S. Treasury has made $25 billion available to assist households that are unable to pay...

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