FROM BRAA PRESIDENT CHANDRA GIAMBRONE: With so many reports and photos of flooded apartment communities, we know how difficult your job will be in the coming weeks. The apartment industry is always most difficult in times of disaster like this. Many of you have your own homes that are affected […]
The following information was developed by AAGNO and AAL following Hurricane Katrina. The purpose of this information is to provide suggestions for property management companies to prepare pre and post emergency and recovery procedures to protect their residents and properties. This is only a guide, this is not law and […]
2016 promises more exhibitors and a new venue and a new price to attend — FREE! There are still booths available for exhibitors who shoudl sign up now to take advantage of best locations and pricing!
The Apartment Association of Louisiana will be holding it’s annual conference in Baton Rouge on September 28th and 29th at the Crowne Plaza.
FEMA can pay for repairs and improvements to multi-family housing, such as apartment complexes, if a property owner agrees to temporarily house disaster survivors for up to 18 months. The Multi-Family Lease and Repair Program is available to property owners of buildings or complexes that can be repaired within two […]
BRAA is heading into this fall with a new open nomination process for individuals who are interested in serving on the BRAA Board of Directors starting in 2017. If you or someone you know would be interested, please submit a nomination using the form below.
BRAA has established a GoFundMe campaign to provide assistance to those affected by the recent flooding in the Baton Rouge area. Please consider making a financial contribution.