• Providing valuable member services

    TAA delivers value for its members, through products like its standardized leases and related forms, the invaluable TAA REDBOOK and REDBOOK Online, cutting-edge industry education and networking opportunities, and much more.

  • Offering world-class education

    Professionals in the rental housing industry look to TAA as a leading source for industry education. We offer a variety of educational offerings to fit the needs of rental property owners, mid- to upper-level management company executives, REIT executives, property supervisors and onsite personnel.
  • Advocating for the rental housing industry

    For over 50 years, TAA has been the only organization representing all aspects of the rental housing industry with a full-time presence at the state Capitol and before 18 state regulatory agencies.

    We have the interests of our more than 11,000 members and 1.95 million units throughout the state in mind while tracking hundreds of bills during the current legislative session.

Recent Headlines

ATTENTION TAA CLICK & LEASE USERS: Blue Moon Software to update its website at 9 p.m. central on April 15

Beginning at 9 p.m. central on April 15, 2015, the Blue Moon website will be changing. They will be improving the look, feel, functionality and ability to use the website on mobile devices. 

TAA’s top legislative priority—SB 267—passes Senate

On April 7, the Texas Senate passed SB 267 by Sen. Charles Perry (R-Lubbock), which prevents municipalities and counties from passing or enforcing ordinances or regulations that require renting to persons regardless of their source of income, including government housing vouchers.

House leader offers competing tax relief plan

With about two months left in the session, committee hearing agendas in both the House and the Senate are getting lengthier. In the first week of April, committees are considering more than 90 bills being tracked by the Texas Apartment Association.

Vehicle inspection stickers to fade away

Multifamily operators need to be aware that effective March 1 of this year, Texas has moved to a system where motorists will no longer be required to display inspection stickers on their windshields.



For more than 50 years, the Texas Apartment Association has represented all aspects of the rental housing industry with a full-time presence at the state capitol and before more than 20 state regulatory agencies. More>>

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