The National Leased Housing Association (NLHA) was formed
in 1972 to represent the interests of both public and
private sector organizations involved in federally assisted
rental housing programs. NLHA's current focus includes:
NLHA serves its members by:
- Preservation of the Section 8 inventory
- Reinforcing the Essential Role of PHAs in administering
the voucher program
- Promoting the vital role of assisted housing managers
- Expanding development using the Low-Income Housing
- Supporting other current development programs including
the Project-Based Voucher program.
Representing your interests
NLHA assures representation in government decisions by
analyzing pertinent data, informs and consults with members
and then vigorously represents their interests as a respected
and effective advocate before congressional committees
and in individual meetings with key Members of Congress
and their staffs, HUD, OMB and Treasury officials.
Keeping you informed
With NLHA's carefully conceived and executed communications
and information program, our members are the best-informed
people in the industry. Members are kept up to date through
a monthly newsletter, the BULLETIN that provides in depth
analysis of legislative and administrative developments.
Members also receive special mailings and electronic communications
on as legislation is being drafted or policy is being
made in time to take effective action to protect their
Sponsoring seminars and meetings
NLHA hosts two seminars and two members-only meetings
each year focusing on housing management, voucher administration,
ownership strategies, development opportunities and a
myriad of programmatic concerns.
Fostering member participation
NLHA's diverse and unique membership fosters ongoing
business relationships among profit and nonprofit developers,
managers, investment bankers, syndicators, and public
entities. This relationship extends into active participation
in NLHA's standing committees.
To become an NLHA member,