The Minnesota Multi Housing Association (MHA)
is a state-wide nonprofit trade organization. With nearly 2,100 members representing more than 250,000 housing units throughout Minnesota, MHA is the voice of the state's multi housing industry.

Membership in the MN Multi Housing Association (MHA)

MHA is a state-wide, non-profit trade organization that promotes the highest standards in the development, management and maintenance of rental and owner-occupied multi-housing. MHA was founded in 1967 to protect the interests of the multi-housing industry at all levels of government. Our successful lobbying efforts, our nationally recognized education program, and our exceptional networking opportunities have made MHA one of the strongest and most emulated housing associations in the country.

Our rental property members include duplex owners, CEOs of national companies, and everyone in between. Our common interest community members include owners and managers of townhomes, condominiums and homeowner associations. We also have members who provide products and services to the multihousing industry. MHA membership offers something for everyone.

The sections below will tell you a little more about each type of membership.
Click on the links to learn more about the benefits of each.
You will be given the option to "join now" at any step along the way.


There are two easy ways to purchase your annual membership:            
           
 1. Join online today:
To join online, click one of the “JOIN NOW” tabs on this page or on any of the benefits of membership pages. 
If you are logging in for the first time, you will use the “activate or create a new account” and then the “search for an account” tabs to begin the application process. 
If you have trouble using our online system, please contact Juliette Glynn at juliette.glynn@mmha.com or 952-854-8500.

2. Paper membership application form:
If you’d like to print a hard copy of the application form and mail it in with a check or credit card payment, click the appropriate category link below:

Owner/Manager
Product/Service Vendor
CIC Association Board Members
CIC Managers

If you own or manage rental property in Minnesota,
no one person has the time, money or resources to stay informed. As a member of MHA, you expand and strengthen your business team. Your membership also allows discounted prices on our programs and resources.

MHA can help:

•Protect your business by representing your interests at all levels of government.
•Keep you informed about current trends, update you on laws, taxes, investment trends, industry issues and products.
•Improve your skills through education and certification classes.
•Provide opportunities to network at meetings, events, classes and committees.
•Supply valuable resources, including essential forms, manuals, and a legal handbook.
•Enhance your image and help you profit from our public relations campaign promoting the industry.

 or read more about the benefits of MHA membership.

If your company wants to do business with multi housing owners and managers,
you can't afford to pass up opportunities to gain access to your target markets. Joining MHA gives you an opportunity to tap into the thriving multi housing market in Minnesota.

MHA gives you:

•Opportunities to meet with owners, builders, developers, and property managers at association functions.
•Advertising discounts in publications aimed at decision-makers with buying power.
•Options to increase your company's visibility among property owners and managers by participating in education conferences and trade shows.
•A chance to meet potential clients and business partners, develop relationships, and make new friends.

 or read more about how MHA membership benefits product and service vendors.

If you are a professional manager or board member of a common interest community (CIC),
we can help you succeed in management of owner-occupied condominiums, townhomes, cooperatives and homeowner associations.

MHA has a division to meet your needs:

•Education through programs such as CIC Midwest Lunch & Learn meetings and the CCAM (Certified Community Association Manager) professional designation.
•Resources such as CIC Midwest News, the quarterly publication full of essential management, maintenance and legal information.
•Legislative information regarding issues that affect Common Interest Communities at all levels of government.
•Networking with and learning from industry leaders. Being with the best helps you become your best.
•Products/Services from 140 vendor companies and 500 vendor staff members to show you the latest products and services for your community.

 or read more about CIC Midwest.

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