New Edition of AANC News Available Now
The Apartment Association of North Carolina just released the November, 2014 edition of AANC News.
- NC Election Highlights
- AANC PAC Updates
- Duke Energy Progress, Inc's Multifamily Energy-Efficiency Petition to NC Utilities Commision
- NC Building Code Council & Apartment Electrical Service Connections
- Millennials & NC Cities
- Inspections Policies in Wilson, NC
- Fair Housing Design Workshop in January
- NC Associations Ranked among NAA Affiliates
Welcome to the Apartment Association of North Carolina website!
The Apartment Association of North Carolina, Inc. (AANC) is a non-profit statewide trade association dedicated to unifying rental housing professionals through legislative and regulatory advocacy and member services. AANC is affiliated with the National Apartment Association and local apartment associations in 7 major urban areas in the state. Members join AANC and NAA by joining the local affiliate in their area.
Affordable housing, quality construction, and professional management are some of the objectives of the AANC. Because housing is a basic need, apartment production and operation are subject to ever-increasing demands for higher standards of safety, habitability, security, environmental controls, design, and management. The AANC is committed to protecting the affordability of rental housing while maintaining the safety, livability, and security of its constituents' residents and the properties at which they reside.
Areas of focus
Landlord-Tenant Law, Fair Housing, North Carolina Building Code, State Statutes, Environmental Regulations, NC Real Estate Commission Rules, NC Utilities Commission Rules, Court Cases, and Local Ordinances.
AANC Leaders Meet with NC Senator-Elect Thom Tillis
Senator-Elect Thom Tillis (R-North Carolina), fresh on the heels of a close victory over incumbent Senator Kay Hagan, visited with Apartment Association of North Carolina leaders this week. The AANC delegation consisted of (l-r in the attached photo with Mr. Tillis) AANC President Jody Longwill (Burkley Communities in Greensboro), AANC Treasurer Teresa Sandman (Ginkgo Residential in Charlotte), and AANC/GCAA Executive Director Ken Szymanski.
Senator-Elect Tillis was most generous with his time spent with us, which consisted of discussion about his personal and professional transition into the D.C. area; his Senatorial Committee assignments (including the Judiciary Committee); housing issues including tax, finance, insurance, environment, energy, and HUD rules; and his rapport with the U.S. Senate leadership. We also covered the intersection between state and federal issues/public policy. We concluded our meeting by thanking Mr. Tillis for his service to North Carolina, and presented an NAAPAC check to him. Senator-Elect Tillis assured us he will devote a nice chunk of time for our North Carolina apartment delegation come March 18 at the NAA Capitol Conference, and is eager to represent N.C. apartment interests in the U.S. Senate.
Jody Longwill Named President of AANC Beginning September 1, 2014
Jody Longwill of Burkely Communities has been elected AANC President beginning on September 1, 2014. Jody Longwill will serve a 2-year term on behalf of the Apartment Association of North Carolina. Longwill serves as the Burkley Communities Director of Apartment Managment and Staff Development. She has served on the AANC Board for 12 years and has been a valuable board member. Click here to read press release.
In 2010, AANC Apartment Association of North Carolina leaders identified the need for more focused, state-level lobbying efforts on behalf of the Multifamily industry As a result, the AANC PAC Political Action Committee was formed.
We are enthused about the AANC PAC, its goal of educating candidates for public office, and the potential benefits to the North Carolina apartment industry
The AANC PAC NEEDS YOU to help shape government in North Carolina!
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If the issues above are important to you and your business, please consider contributing to the AANC PAC today. By taking a proactive role in North Carolina government, we can help shape the legislature and protect our interests as multifamily professionals Become part of the solution by donating to the AANC PAC Click here for a contribution card and donation options.