Rental Housing Association of Northern Alameda County

A nonprofit trade association, the Rental Housing Association of Northern Alameda County (RHANAC) represents over 20,000 rental property owners in the cities of Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, and Piedmont.

The RHANAC was established in 1939 and since then has provided the resources that enable members to own and operate a successful rental property business. Providing quality educational programs and creating awareness have been the foundation of the organization for 70 years.

The RHANAC takes pride in conducting themselves in an ethical and honest manner at all times and taking part in the betterment of their communities. They are in compliance with all rental housing authority laws and regulations, and adhere to all fair-housing principles.

Full of respect for the rights and responsibilities of residents, the RHANAC thoroughly responds to any and all requests they may have. The Rental Housing Association of Northern Alameda County believes that every resident has the right to the quiet and enjoyment of a safe and habitable residence.

If you’re a Landlord, Realtor, or Property Manager and are interested in advancing your career in the rental housing industry, the California Property Management Institute offers the California Certified Residential Manager (CCRM) Professional Ceritification.

The CCRM executive series is an intense training program that will teach you all facets of owning and managing rental property.

The Rental Housing Association of Northern Alameda County is one of the fastest growing local chapters of the California Apartment Association (CAA), the largest statewide organization representing Rental Housing Providers. In 2003 the RHANAC received the Membership Marketing Award.

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