Welcome to RHA
The Rental Housing Association (RHA) is a non-profit organization serving rental owners and property managers in the eight-county Sacramento Valley region. Members of our association own or manage over 80,000 rental units, from single-family homes to apartment communities. RHA is the local Chapter of the California Apartment Association.
The RHA website is changing and you'll what’s coming
Soon you will be able to register and pay for classes and events, update your contact information, and renew your membership. In addition, you will have your own personal account that tracks all of the classes and events you attend. Watch for future notices about the “new” RHA website.
Meanwhile, you can view every section of the website without needing to log in with a user name or password. Although you cannot register online yet, you can download and fax or mail the registration form.
Click here to print or download the class and event registration form. You also can register by calling the RHA office at (916) 920-1120 x201.
Note: You still need a user name and password to access the CAA forms and members only sections of the California Apartment Association website at caanet.org.
Industry NewsCity of Sacramento changes mandatory Rental Housing Inspection Program and reduces annual fee
The Sacramento City Council amended its mandatory rental inspection ordinance. Thanks to RHA, the annual Rental Housing Inspection Program fee was reduced by $12 (from $28 per unit to $16 per unit) - a savings of 43%. In addition, rental owners who pass the initial inspection can self-certify their properties, but must follow certain procedures and use the proper forms, includng the new "Residents Right's Form". RHA can help you comply with the ordinance.
Click here for information, forms, and training that will help you comply with the inspection program.
RHA opposition persuades fire district to put new property tax on hold
Strong opposition led by RHA Sacramento Valley persuaded the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District to put its proposed property tax assessment on hold. As a result of this decision, RHA saved rental property owners from paying a new annual assessment of $14 to $30 per unit.The fire district had been seeking a special vote-by-mail election to gain approval of a new "Fire Suppression Benefit Assessment."
RHA was the first business group to oppose the assessment and others quickly followed, including the Sacramento Taxpayers Association and Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. The fire district agreed to meet with RHA before attempting any future property tax. Click here for more information.
Featured Events & ClassesProfessional Property Management Training Series
This five-part series of courses are highly recommended for owners and managers of single-family and small multi-family properties. The courses cover the entire cycle of property management from marketing your vacant property to ending the tenancy. Click here for details and registration form.
Online classes available through RHA Campus learning center
Visit the RHA online learning center at RHACampus.com and check out the courses available via the internet. The online courses include How to Comply with the County of Sacramento Inspection Program and Fair Housing: Reasonable Accommodations and Modifications for the Disabled.
RHA Career Center
Looking for a job in the rental housing industry? Check out the RHA Career Center. Employers can post job openings, too. Click here to go to RHA Career Center.
Rental Housing Association of Sacramento Valley
191 Lathrop Way, Suite A, Sacramento, CA 95815 Office (916) 920-1120 Fax (916) 929-0655
Serving the counties of Sacramento, Yolo, Yuba, Sutter, Placer, Nevada, El Dorado and Amador since 1951.
RHA is a local chapter of the California Apartment Association Click here to access the CAA website