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"The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don't wait for good things to happen to you.  If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope."

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Contact
Oregon AHMA

Maggie Meikle,
Executive Director

Telephone
503-357-7140

Fax:
503-992-0853

E-mail

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 1135
Forest Grove, OR 97116

2017 Professional Member Application
(Scroll down to PAY ONLINE)

SPECIAL BONUS - Join now and receive a free registration
to one of our half day continuing education classes!

 

Professional Membership - Oregon AHMA
Please carefully read the membership application to determine
YOUR MEMBERSHIP FEES BY CATEGORY AND TIER.

Fill out the professional membership application and email or fax
the APPLICATION to the Oregon AHMA office:

Email: oregonahma@frontier.com
Fax: 503-992-0853


Pay your membership fees online below, or by mailing a check to AHMA (see application).

For those who own or manage units: You will be paying the $250 Organizational Dues as well as the $3/Unit Dues. After you select "Organizational Dues - $250 (no units)" on the drop-down menu and are in the shopping cart, click "continue shopping" and you'll be returned to this page. Select the 'Add # of Units' option from the drop-down menu. Click 'add to cart.' When you're back in the shopping cart, enter the number units x $3, and click "update cart" for your total. (If you are a professional offering consulting services to affordable housing providers and do not own or manage units, you pay only the organizational dues.)

Please read application for more information or to determine your fees

 

Dues by Categories & Tiers (Per Application)

(See application above)

Professional Membership Info

Oregon AHMA shares dues with its parent organization, NAHMA (www.nahma.org). To read about the benefits of membership and to review the membership application for NAHMA/Oregon AHMA, please click the AHMA membership application form below.

Professional Members include the following organizations:
ACCESS, Affinity Property Management, Apple Rogue Apartments, Bittner & Hahs, P.C., Cambridge Real Estate Services, Cascade Management, Cascade Meadows Apartments, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, Catholic Community Services Foundation, Circa Rose Realty, CNA Specialists, Douglas Multifamily Property Management, Easbey Consulting, Eastco Diversified Services, EPIC Property Management, Farmworker Housing Development Corporation, Guardian Management, HACSA of Lane County, Harambee Management, Harsch Investment Properties, HayesGibson Property Management, Holiday Property Management, Home Forward, Housing Authority of the City of Salem, Housing Authority of Jackson County, Housing Authority of Marion County, Housing Authority of Umatilla County, Housing Authority of Yamhill County; Income Property Management, Infinity Real Estate Group, Integrated Supports for Living, Klamath Housing Authority, Klamath Tribal Housing, Lake Park Towers, Linn-Benton Housing Authority, Lovelace Properties, Loveridge Hunt & Company, Mainstream Housing, Manor Management Services, M.L.K. Property Management; North Bend City/Coos Curry Housing Authorities, Northeast Oregon Housing Authority, Northtowne Apartments, Northwest Oregon Housing Authority, Opportunity Foundation of Central Oregon, Options for Southern Oregon, Oregon Housing & Community Services, Pedcor Management Corporation, Providence Place (Retirement Housing Foundation), Providence Supportive Housing, QUAD Inc., Quantum Residential, REACH CDC, RPH Corporation – Capitol Plaza Apartments, St. Vincent de Paul, SafeHaven, ShelterCare, Signature Real Estate, The CBM Group, Umpqua Community Property Management, United Community Action Network, Viridian Management, and West Valley Housing Authority

Last updated on 07/14/2017  

Membership Luncheon Memories

Thirty association members attended the October 21 Annual Membership Luncheon Meeting, held at the Grand Hotel in Salem. Board President Doug Schultz presented the annual report. The treasurer’s report was given by Amanda Clark. The members formally elected the 2016-2017 Board of Directors. A door prize drawing for the Halloween-theme floral centerpieces and gift cards brought the meeting to a close.

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