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About Us

About the Apartment Association of Greater Augusta

The Apartment Association of Greater Augusta is a 501(c)6 nonprofit trade association that represents the multifamily industry for the city of Augusta and its surrounding areas. The AAGA is an affiliate of the National Apartment Association (NAA) and the Georgia Apartment Association (GAA).

Our organization is volunteer-driven, with many opportunities to get involved and make a difference in the local multifamily industry. The Board of Directors oversees the activities of the organization to ensure they advance our mission. The mission of AAGA is to promote the professional growth and success of members through education, networking opportunities, and community involvement.

We host quarterly membership meetings, monthly education seminars, and social events such as a Trade Show, Maintenance Mania, the Tee Off Fore Tatas Golf Tournament, and various networking events.

We are a proud affiliate of the Georgia Apartment Association and the National Apartment Association.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. I am a resident at an apartment community. Can you help me with an issue/complaint and can you give me a copy of my lease?
‚ÄčThe Apartment Association of Greater Augusta is a trade organization for companies that own and manage apartment communities and affiliated companies that provide products or services to the apartment industry. We are unable to answer questions from residents or respond to any inquiries. If you are having a legal issue, we recommend you contact an attorney who specializes in landlord-tenant law in Georgia. While you are entitled to a copy of your lease, we do not have copies, and you will need to ask your apartment community for a copy if you did not receive one when you signed it originally.

Q. How many members are in the association?
Currently we have over 150 members, including Owner/Manager members and Vendors. There are over 100 properties (represented by 50+ management companies) belonging to AAGA. These properties manage over 15,500 apartment homes in the area.

Q. What does it cost to join AAGA?
For 2018 & 2019 the membership dues are:
Associate member dues are $300.00.
Owner/Manager Members pay management dues plus unit dues for each property belonging to the association on an annual basis. The management dues are calculated based on the combined total number of units of all properties with AAGA membership under the same management company or independent rental owner.
Management Dues: 0-99 units:$175.00 100-250 units $325.00 251+ units $475.00
Plus $1.10 per unit.

Refer to our Become A Member page for specific information on membership benefits & to apply.

Q. ‚ÄčAre all apartment communities in the Augusta area required to be members of AAGA?
AAGA membership is voluntary. Apartment communities are affiliated through the membership of their owner/manager. Most professionally managed apartment homes in the Augusta area are currently members as they are dedicated to quality rental housing.

Q. How often does AAGA meet?
Membership meetings are held quarterly. Education classes are held on a monthly basis, and annual events are scheduled throughout the year.

Q. What is the cost to attend a meeting?
The price range for our meetings are between $25 -$35. This price includes the speaker as well as breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.

Q. By joining AAGA will members use my services?
Members are encouraged to use the services of the associates, but are not required.

Q. Am I required to attend every meeting and event?
No, you are not required to attend, however to maximize your networking opportunities and build future and maintain current relations, it is highly recommend you attend.

Q. Are you required to join a committee?
No, you are not required, but joining a committee is one of the best ways to get involved with the association and learn what a vital part the committees roles are for the continued growth and backbone of the organization.

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