Member Benefits

Membership with AAN has it's benefits! 

AAN Member Benefits

Here are just of few of the reasons your company should belong to the Apartment Association of Nebraska, Inc..

Legislative Advocacy

The AAN, through its Legislative Committees on both the local and national fronts, will keep you apprised of legislative issues that directly affect the rental housing industry. AAN will monitor city, county and state legislative issues and the National Apartment Association (NAA) will monitor national legislative issues.

Industry Education

The AAN provides educational seminars, national designations, round table discussions and guest speakers for you and your staff to enhance your knowledge of the rental housing industry. Issues such as Fair Housing, Leasing, Marketing, Advertising and Maintenance Training are staples in the AAN Educational Programs.

Industry Information

The AAN provides you with up-to-date economic, political, and industry information to assist you with your many business decisions. Not only will these resources be delivered to you in a variety of formats, but will be archived for you to retrieve at your convenience. (newsletters, broadcast faxes, reports, e-mail, web site)

Professional Networking

The AAN affords you and your staff the opportunity to network with peers. With the variety topics, information and personnel levels involved with the AAN, finding a peer with whom to discuss an issue is simple and convenient.

Industry Awards

Each year, through our annual awards ceremony, the AAN recognizes companies, properties and personnel that exemplify excellence in the rental housing industry.

National Representation

On October 5, 2002 the AAN became an affiliate of the National Apartment Association (NAA). The NAA is a federation of 163 state and local affiliated associations in 37 states, representing more than 28,000 members responsible for more than 4.6 million apartment homes nationwide.

Local Control

Although the AAN is an affiliate of a larger network of apartment associations, control over local activities remains within the association. The AAN is led by a local Board of Directors and supported by local committees.