The California Apartment Association is one of the largest statewide trade groups in the country. It represents all types of homeowners, investors, developers, managers and suppliers of rental housing. CAA has been around for more than 80 years and has seen many changes in the rental housing industry. This nonprofit organization offers information, products and services to its members to help improve their businesses and advance the entire rental housing industry. »
The Educational Community for Homeowners (ECHO) is a non-profit organization, dedicated to providing education and resources for all homeowners. Whether through seminars, their website, or other means, ECHO helps homeowners understand the laws and policies that impact their lives. »
The California Association of Community Managers, Inc. (CACM) is the premier trade association focused on elevating the professionalism and success of California community managers. They represent a network of professionals from several industry verticals; including residential, commercial, and mixed-use, who aim to help one another manage all types of resident-focused communities: from large scale, portfolio and resort communities to high rise walk ups. »
Founded in 1983, BOMA Silicon Valley provides its members with legislative advocacy, educational opportunities and industry information. The Association helps businesses in the office space sector succeed through open communication with its members. »
CREW Silicon Valley is a group of women working in the Silicon Valley commercial real estate marketplace. The organization gives its members access to exclusive events, workshops and networking opportunities — as well as an avenue to display their work and connect with a supportive community. »
BOMA Oakland/East Bay is a local association that promotes the professional and business interests of its members in their commercial real estate investments. The organization supports the building industry through advocacy, education, and technical and business services. BOMA Oakland/East Bay strives to ensure long-term sustainable growth for the industry by increasing the value of real estate assets and the overall success of building owner, managers, developers, building users and brokers. »
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