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AOBA is pleased to invite property management professionals, with three to 10 years of property management experience, to serve on the newly created...

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The Virginia Government Affairs Committee will meet Tuesday, November 13. The Committee will be discussing evictions and real estate tax assessment...

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The Maryland General Election on Nov. 6 brought few surprises in statewide and General Assembly races. As expected, Governor Hogan won reelection...

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As a reminder, members will soon see the impact of DC Water’s Board of Directors approval of their multi-year water and sewer rate proposals...

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The Prince George’s County Department of Housing and Community Development recently released a draft Comprehensive Housing Strategy, intended...

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The AOBA Board of Directors is pleased to announce the organization has expanded its advocacy presence in DC with an additional staff member joining...

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As 2018 draws to a close, it's important to note that the year began with a series of utility rate decreases and rate credits. This year, however,...

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AOBA's Kirsten Williams joined DC business and government leaders last week for an international mission, organized by Mayor Bowser’s office,...

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AOBA organized a “Meet and Greet” with the incoming Montgomery County council freshmen and At Large winners of the Democratic primary on...

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Congratulations to Bismah Ahmed, AOBA’s Director of Government Affairs - Virginia, for being named as one of the "40 under 40" emerging...

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It's time to plan ahead for THE year-end event - AOBA’s Holiday Party on December 6, 6:00 to 9:00pm at our NEW venue – the...

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For the past several years, tenant advocates, housing providers and the Council have been debating the use of concessions. In some areas and for...

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