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SFAA has been an advocate for rental housing in San Francisco since 1917. More than 3,000 SFAA members enjoy these benefits:
  • The SFAA Rental Lease and Rental Forms
  • Legislative and Political Advocacy at City Hall and in Sacramento
  • Phone support for your rental housing questions
  • Rental Housing Educational Classes designed to make you more effective
  • The monthly SF Apartment magazine

Learn more about membership options  and join SF's rental housing community today!


SFAA would like to sincerely thank all of our members for their continued support of
the organization and of the San Francisco rental housing community in 2018.

Join the SFAA staff, Board of Directors and your fellow members for bites,
refreshments and lots of holiday cheer as we give thanks for a busy and
largely successful 2018.

Additionally, as an industry and community with so much to be thankful for, the
SFAA is asking its members and sponsors to give back to our fellow Californians
who have lost everything in the Camp Fire.  All members who have donated a toy
or a dessert in the year's past are asked to make a donation to benefit the families
and individuals who were displaced by the Camp Fire.

If you are able, please make a donation to the Oroville Hope Center, which is
using all proceeds to provide emergency services, food, clothing, shelter and
resources to displaced families and individuals from the Camp Fire.
Both monetary donations and new clothing are accepted.

Oroville Hope Center
1950 Kitrick Avenue, Suite A
Oroville, CA 95965

Tax ID: 47-5315046
Please write checks to "Hope Center" with the memo "Camp Fire Friends"


Why You Should Join SFAA Today


Thank you to our amazing sponsors for a memorable 2018 Trophy Awards



Missed the monthly SFAA Member Meeting click the links below for the meeting presentations

November Member Meeting
Feature- California Apartment Association update on statewide compliance issues for rental housing owners. Find out the legislative and political landscape in Sacramento, and Prop10 overview.
Shant J. Apekian & Deb Carlton, of California Apartment Association

SF New Laws

Feature- San Francisco has amended the Planning Code to allow even more flexibility when adding Accessory Dwelling Units to existing buildings. Discuss changes to the regulations surrounding ADUs and talk about the revised version of the ADU Handbook his firm is working on for the Planning Department. 
Presenter: Mark Hogan, OpenScope Studio
OpenScope ADU Presentation