What You Get With Your Membership
When you become a member of the Greater Dayton Apartment Association you get three memberships in one: the GDAA, The Ohio Apartment Association, and the National Apartment Association. You will also receive:
-Access to local vacancy and rental rate statistics
-Government affairs and legislation support
-GDAA Update newsletter
-NAA Units magazine
-Vendor directory twice a year
-Access to the NAA National Lease Program
-OAAs group workers’ compensation program
Your Values Are Our Values
We are recognized for our multi-family housing advocacy. We are 33,000 apartment homes strong and growing. The goal to rent apartment homes to individuals and families, charging rents based on what your community offers while getting a return on investment ,is one the GDAA values. We have worked for over 30 years to professionalize the apartment industry. If you share those values, you’ll find a place with us.
Never Stop Learning
The GDAA offers timely, topical and professional training to every segment of the apartment industry. Certifications, designations, recognitions – whatever levels you want to achieve. Become a NALP or CAM.
People Come First
It’s people who make apartment living desirable, affordable, and welcoming to the families who live there. The GDAA works to make their jobs easier.
The GDAA Is Fun
You can learn, evolve, share, and enhance your company at welcoming gatherings, meetings and events throughout the year.
-Stopped expensive apartment building inspections
-Eliminated the required moving and storage for evictions
-Created more efficient way for new or transfer of service through DP&L
-Created a housing code violators training program
-Worked with the city of Dayton to create a website listing for persons trespassed off properties
-Created a charity to assist apartment residents in paying their rent in time of need, preventing homelessness.
-Professionally trained over 130 apartment managers & leasing professionals to manage and lease apartment homes
-Works with other housing organizations to enhance the economic impact of the Dayton area’s billion dollar multi-family housing industry