Rural Rental Housing Association of Kansas is a not-for-profit organization made up of members who are involved in the Rural Development 515 program for the low income housing.
RRHAK's main goal is to provide a very high standard of continuous training for site managers, owners, board members and property management employees.
Housing updates such as new rules and regulations, federal changes and other pertinent information on upcoming conferences and seminars are included in periodic newsletters and fliers mailed to members.
Annual dues are based on the number of units you work with in the state of Kansas. If you are involved with the low income housing industry and do not have specific apartment units, you may join as an Associate Member.
Kansas has one of the largest Rural Rental Housing Associations in the U.S. Members benefit greatly from training, access to discounted forms which have been drafted by attorneys and approved by Rural Development and the support needed to deal with the ongoing changes in this field.