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ARHC and AHMA invites presenters to submit current, original content proposals for its upcoming 2015 joint convention, scheduled for April 28-29, 2015 in Tacoma, Washington. The deadline for submitting proposals for the first review round is October 31, 2014. ARHC/AHMA will...Read More
Greater Tacoma Convention & Trade Center 6th Annual Convention for Affordable Housing Management Professionals in Tacoma Location 20 miles south of Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) International Airport 35 minutes south of downtown Seattle 30 minutes north of Olympia, Washington...Read More
The 2014 Convention was a huge success! Check back here for pictures and convention news Time to start planning for 2015! Thank you for attending the 2014 ARHC AHMA Joint Convention. We truly did “Raise the Roof” of the Yakima Convention Center. It was a...Read More
Attention AHMA/ARHC Members Here is an unprecedented opportunity to experience online training at its finest. We offer 5 Online Training Modules by some of the top trainers in the industry and this spring we are offering our members a one-time chance to experience them all at a...Read More
ARHC works closely with the government agency overseeing rural housing (USDA-Rural Housing Service) at both the national and statewide levels.
The Affordable Rural Housing Council (ARHC) promotes and supports safe, clean and affordable housing in rural communities. We advance the common interests of our member who develop, manage or own properties funded through USDA/Rural Development, the Low Income Housing Tax Credit and other programs by promoting professionalism, and providing education, resources and information.
Affordable Rural Housing Council is a chapter of the Council for Affordable and Rural Housing (ARHC), a national industry association consisting of members actively involved in the rural multifamily housing industry. ARHC works closely with the government agency overseeing rural housing (USDA-Rural Housing Service) at both the national and statewide levels.
National ARHC conducts training programs, represents the industry before Congress, works closely with the national USDA/Rural Housing Service (formerly FmHA) officials in Washington DC, holds conferences throughout the country, updates the members on new developments, and regularly publishes a newsletter. ARHC sets industry standards, represents a united voice, and self-regulates business policies and practices in our industry. All members must follow the high standards of the ARHC Code of Ethics.