- Breaking News
The Apartment Association of North Carolina just published another edition of the AANC News.
The February, 2015 issue includes the following and MORE:
- A message from AANC President Jody Longwill
- NAA Capitol Conference Issues and Expectations
- AANC Education & Legislative Conference-May 20-21 in Raleigh; Schedule Highlights, Sponsorship Options, RSVP details, etc.
- NC Utility & Building Code Highlights
- Electric Vehicle Charging Stations-a new apartment amenity?
Welcome to the Apartment Association of North Carolina website!
The Apartment Association of North Carolina, Inc. (AANC) is a non-profit statewide trade association dedicated to unifying rental housing professionals through legislative and regulatory advocacy and member services. AANC is affiliated with the National Apartment Association and local apartment associations in 7 major urban areas in the state. Members join AANC and NAA by joining the local affiliate in their area.
Affordable housing, quality construction, and professional management are some of the objectives of the AANC. Because housing is a basic need, apartment production and operation are subject to ever-increasing demands for higher standards of safety, habitability, security, environmental controls, design, and management. The AANC is committed to protecting the affordability of rental housing while maintaining the safety, livability, and security of its constituents' residents and the properties at which they reside.
Areas of focus
Landlord-Tenant Law, Fair Housing, North Carolina Building Code, State Statutes, Environmental Regulations, NC Real Estate Commission Rules, NC Utilities Commission Rules, Court Cases, and Local Ordinances.
AANC Education & Legislative Conference- May 20-21, 2015
R. E. A. L. Summit
refresh. educate. advocate. legislate
This year's Bigger & Better format includes 1.5 Days of education programming with renowned guest speakers and Lobby Day at the N.C. Legislature. We're excited to have Ron Terwilliger as our 2015 keynote speaker. Mr. Terwilliger's remarks before the AANC membership will center around all aspects of the apartment industry, workforce housing, and federal tax policy's impact on housing affordability. Click here for a full schedule of events for May 20-21, 2015.
Cost: $69 ($59 per person when 5 or more register from the same company)
Payment options-To register and request an invoice, click here OR to register online and pay with credit card, click here
Place: Raleigh Marriott City Center
500 Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, NC 27601
Lodging: Lodging must be secured separately by attendees. The hotel has extended a group rate of $164 per night. To book your group rate click here or call 919-833-1120. The last day to book at this discounted rate is April 20, 2015.
Want to showcase your company at the biggest statewide industry event of the year? Here's your chance! Check out these sponsorship opportunites by clicking here but hurry! Deadline for sponsorship commitments is April 30, 2015. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your sponsorship TODAY!
AANC Leaders Meet with NC Senator-Elect Thom Tillis
Senator-Elect Thom Tillis (R-North Carolina), fresh on the heels of a close victory over incumbent Senator Kay Hagan, visited with Apartment Association of North Carolina leaders this week. The AANC delegation consisted of (l-r in the attached photo with Mr. Tillis) AANC President Jody Longwill (Burkley Communities in Greensboro), AANC Treasurer Teresa Sandman (Ginkgo Residential in Charlotte), and AANC/GCAA Executive Director Ken Szymanski.
Senator-Elect Tillis was most generous with his time spent with us, which consisted of discussion about his personal and professional transition into the D.C. area; his Senatorial Committee assignments (including the Judiciary Committee); housing issues including tax, finance, insurance, environment, energy, and HUD rules; and his rapport with the U.S. Senate leadership. We also covered the intersection between state and federal issues/public policy. We concluded our meeting by thanking Mr. Tillis for his service to North Carolina, and presented an NAAPAC check to him. Senator-Elect Tillis assured us he will devote a nice chunk of time for our North Carolina apartment delegation come March 18 at the NAA Capitol Conference, and is eager to represent N.C. apartment interests in the U.S. Senate.
In 2010, AANC Apartment Association of North Carolina leaders identified the need for more focused, state-level lobbying efforts on behalf of the Multifamily industry As a result, the AANC PAC Political Action Committee was formed.
We are enthused about the AANC PAC, its goal of educating candidates for public office, and the potential benefits to the North Carolina apartment industry
The AANC PAC NEEDS YOU to help shape government in North Carolina!
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If the issues above are important to you and your business, please consider contributing to the AANC PAC today. By taking a proactive role in North Carolina government, we can help shape the legislature and protect our interests as multifamily professionals Become part of the solution by donating to the AANC PAC Click here for a contribution card and donation options.