How do I become a member of the Texas Apartment Association?
You become a member of TAA by joining a local apartment association where you do business. There are 25 local apartment associations in Texas affiliated with the Texas Apartment Association.
Joining a local association automatically enrolls you as a member of TAA and the National Apartment Association.
If you are a resident and need additional information, check out our "Resources for Renters" section.
Who are TAA’s members?
TAA members are rental housing owners, builders, developers, property management firms, and companies that supply products or services to rental properties. We have more than 10,300 members and represent more than 1.7 million units throughout the state.
TAA members must adhere to the association's Code of Ethics.
For more information about TAA, and the exclusive benefits available to TAA members, complete the form below. When you do, we'll email you a FREE copy of "A Checklist of Ideas to Deter Crime in Texas Rental Housing."
This detailed guide is just a sample of the important legal and management information you'll have access to as a TAA member, in addition to exclusive leasing forms, continuing education and an invaluable network of rental housing professionals.
We'll share your information only with any TAA affiliated association in which you express interest.
If your city is not listed, view the local association map then choose the city that includes the area you need.
Thank you! You'll receive your FREE email copy of "A Checklist of Ideas to Deter Crime in Texas Rental Housing" soon. You should also receive more information from any TAA affiliated association you checked on the list.