“NEAHMA is our company’s eyes and ears to what is going on in our constantly changing industry.  The quality of the NEAHMA staff is outstanding; the materials and professional training style are one that we would recommend to all.  Their broad range of education is a must for any company.”
Arlene Tuton, JCHE 

” Not only do I receive valuable information, but I am able to get timely legislative and regulatory updates, as well as the opportunity to network with my agency partners and meet with other property managers just like myself who have similar concerns and challenges.  I’d recommend NEAHMA to anyone and everyone and tell them that NEAHMA needs to be a staple in their career and saved as one of their “Favorites” on their internet browser.”
Kristin M. Pine, Peabody Properties

NEAHMA MEMBERSHIP

NEAHMA Membership is one year from January-December with renewals in early December.

OUR MISSION is to facilitate communication between management agents and local HUD and state housing finance agencies, to provide quality training and education on regulatory, legal, legislative and management related topics and to promote quality affordable housing.

OBJECTIVES

  • To promptly inform members of legislative/regulatory changes
  • To act as a key source of information for our members
  • To promote a standard of excellence in the management of affordable housing
  • To provide opportunities for educational courses and up to the minute training on industry developments
  • To build and maintain relationships with our regulatory partners

NEAHMA’s membership consists of owners and management agents who represent over 65,000 units of affordable housing throughout New England complimented by a strong contingent of associate vendor members.

Membership meetings include a period devoted to training and education as well as current housing updates provided by agency representatives. Members have an on-going opportunity to attend NEAHMA sponsored educational sessions relevant to affordable housing.

All training and educational workshops qualify for credits toward the National Affordable Housing Professional (NAHP) designation and are HUD approved project expenses.

NEAHMA has three categories of Membership: Regular Membership, Housing Authority and Associate Membership.

Regular Members: Any real property management company under contract approved by an authorized governmental agency and/or any ownership entity of individual owner of a government assisted housing project, at the time that application for membership is made, and dedicated for the purposes of this Corporation, shall be eligible for Regular Membership.

Housing Authority: are representatives of any public housing agency (state, county, municipality or other government entity or public body or agency) authorized to engage in or assist in the development or operation of public housing according to Section 3 of the US Housing Act of 1937 in MA, CT, RI, ME, VT, NH.

Associate Member: Any vendor, service provider, government agency or industry affiliate delivering products, services and/or working with any government assisted housing project and/or property management company, and meeting the criteria established by the Board of Directors, and dedicated to the purposes of this Corporation, shall be eligible for Associate membership.

 

Membership Fees 2016 Rates
20,001 units or above $1,754
10,001 – 20,000 units $1,596
5,001 – 10,000 units $1,409
2501 – 5,000 units $1,221
1001- 2500 units $1,031
501 – 1000 units $816
201 – 500 units $620
76-200 units $405
75 units or less $208
Housing Authorities  
20,001 units or above $835
10,001 – 20,000 units $760
5,001 – 10,000 units $671
2501 – 5,000 units $581
1001- 2500 units $491
501 – 1000 units $388
201 – 500 units $295
76-200 units $193
75 units or less $99
Basic Associate Member $200