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National REIA

The National Real Estate Investors Association is a 501 (c) 6 trade association. We are a federation made up of local associations or investment clubs throughout the United States. We represent local investor associations, property owner associations, apartment associations, and landlord associations on a national scale. Together we represent the interests of approximately 40,000 members across the U.S. As such, we are the largest broad based organization dedicated to the individual investor.


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Three Real Estate Investor Groups Receive “Awards of Excellence” at MidYear Conference

The National Real Estate Investors Association (NREIA) announced this week that three of its chapters received an “Award of Excellence” at their annual MidYear meeting, which took place this month in Austin, TX. Awards were given for outstanding efforts in six major categories; Government Affairs, Community Service, Communications, Membership, Education and Strategic Industry Partners Marketing. Three chapters (one from each size group; Small, Medium and Large) received an award.

National REIA Spearheads Landlord Protection Victory in Ohio

Before the Ohio General Assembly adjourned its session last month it handed landlords a big win with the passage of legislation aimed at curbing harassment-for-profit by local fair housing organizations. More...

Business Real Estate Press Releases

Nadel Architects Hires Mark Brower as Studio Director

March 20, 2018 – Nadel Architects (Nadel), an international architectural design firm headquartered in Los Angeles, has hired Mark Brower as studio director, spearheading the firm’s education, health care and Native American community design studios. Based in Sacramento, Brower brings more than 30 years of experience in architecture and construction, specializing in facilities for education, health care and Native American communities, broadening Nadel’s range of expertise and further bolstering the firm’s presence in Northern California.

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Report: Renters’ Rights, Eviction Protections Key to Preventing Homelessness

Strengthening tenants’ rights can reduce housing instability and prevent homelessness, according to a new report released today by the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty. Protect Tenants, Prevent Homelessness details the relationships between renters’ rights, evictions, and homelessness, highlighting issues lowincome renters face and providing recommendations for improving housing security among vulnerable populations.