Welcome to the Wisconsin Apartment Association
EDUCATE. NETWORK. INFORM.
The Wisconsin Apartment Association (WAA) is dedicated to providing opportunities for education and networking for any real estate investor who focuses on buy and hold properties. Whether you call yourself a landlord or rent them out short-term to vacationers, we welcome you to our organization.
EDUCATE. One of our missions is to provide the public and members with educational opportunities. From state law to best practices, and the logistics of being a real estate investor we offer diverse educational opportunities. We hold in-person and online educational events.
NETWORK. In addition to the education, we believe in offering real estate investors the opportunity to connect and build relationships. Our semi-annual conferences allow you to mingle with people from across the state of Wisconsin. We also have local organizations spread out across Wisconsin that provide consistent direct networking with local vendors and other investors.
INFORM. The role we take most seriously is our role as the voice of rental investors in Wisconsin at the state capital. Our lobbyist ensures that our voices are heard by your legislators when bills are proposed that affect out industry. We also make sure to inform our membership of any pending bills and ones that have passed that affect us.
Becoming a WAA Member gets you amazing discounts on education, rental forms, as well from our vendors. It also ensures you stay up to date on any changes that affect your industry.
Join the Wisconsin Apartment Association today!
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