Value of Membership

For Southern California Rental Housing Association

Join the Southern California Rental Housing Association today and invest in the success of your rental housing business.

Membership* in the SoCal RHA connects you to a support network of industry experts and business leaders that work to promote the health of the rental housing industry and your business. By becoming a member you protect yourself from lawsuits, penalties and fines by staying up to date with changing local, state and federal laws and leverage your ability to attract the highest-quality tenants in our region.

SOCAL RHA membership is 78% tax deductible as a business expense. Consult your accountant.

Southern California Rental Housing Association  provides a full suite of member support services including:

  • Rental forms compliant with current California law available to print or electronically fill in
  • InfoLink Resident Screening Services that gives you access to high-quality credit, eviction and criminal background checks
  • Unlimited Operational Advice accessed by a quick phone call or email to our housing counselors
  • Industry support and lobbying making your voice heard in city hall, Sacramento and Washington D.C.
  • Market reports and analysis that gives you seasonal forecasts of where the market is heading
  • White Papers and Fact Sheets on common operational topics to help keep you legally compliant
  • Exclusive advertising and communications services provide members with a chance to promote and grow their business within a vibrant industry network
  • Easy access to hundreds of supplier member companies waiting to bid for your business and provide you with the best in products and services for your property
  • You can be part of a group that has been shaping the rental housing industry for over 95 years. Take pride in providing housing and gain professional recognition by elevating your operation.



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