Wisconsin Apartment Association Connecting the Rental Community ... Right Next Door and Across the State.

Welcome to the Wisconsin Apartment Association

The Wisconsin Apartment Association (WAA) is the largest state-wide association of landlords in the Badger state. WAA consistently provides the most effective legislative representation at the State Capitol for thousands of Wisconsin landlords.  At the same time, WAA consistently serves its members by providing a host of benefits and resources.  Members have access to up-to-date legal forms, a Landlord HelpLine, plus helpful information for attracting (and keeping) good tenants while avoiding costly lawsuits.

Regardless whether you are just starting out, or looking to acquire more apartments, or in the process of divesting, you are important to WAA!  And WAA is important to your rental business!  Now is a great time to become a member.

Want more information?  Start here by watching the video, then scan the drop-downs and read About Who We Are.  You can preview Blogs and Library topics, etc., but only members can access ALL the resources that are available.  So click "Join" and join now!  

Meanwhile please Contact us anytime with your comments, questions or suggestions! You see, WAA practices a high standard of listening to questions and finding answers for landlords and property managers.

Join WAA today, because NOW is the time to take the next step!

Blogs & Discussions Blog Policy

Millenials & Generation Z are bringing a wave of change our lives.  From how they earn their money, to the places they work, to where they lay their heads at night.  As landlords we have to be ready for the massive shift our industry will be seeing in the next 7 years. 

Do you do lease renewals on tenants or do left the ride to month to month?  Have you considered the pros and cons of this situation? We take a brief look at lease renewal lengths and try to figure out if a standard applies.  

09/19/2018 FAQ On Leases

This blog provides a insight to some of you burning beginners' questions on leases.