Stay on top of the latest NMHC and industry news through NMHC's RSS feeds. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) use XML technology to deliver headlines and summaries to your desktop or Web browser.

To use RSS, copy the feed address and paste it into an RSS news reader (see below for more information on available readers), or use a browser that supports RSS feeds.

You can sign up to see any new posting on the NMHC web site, or you can choose an RSS feed based on the kinds of documents you generally use (press releases, white papers) or the topics that most interest you (property management, finance). Each feed will provide you with headlines, summaries and a link back to NMHC for the full article.

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Content Feeds

The list of feeds below corresponds to specific areas of interest from the site.
Conference Presentations
Congressional Testimonies
Final Legislation/Regulation
General Content
Hot Links
Legislative Action Center
Legislative Staff Reports
Legislative/Regulatory Comment Letters
Press Releases
Proposed Legislation/Regulation
Quarterly Surveys
Research Reports
Third-party Guidance, Advisories, and Resources
White Papers/Regulatory Guidances

Topical Feeds

Follow these feeds to get up-to-date content on the industry's most pressing issues.
Advocacy Tools
Affordable Housing
Apartment Market Conditions
Apartment Myths
Building Codes and Standards
Environmental Compliance
Fair Housing
Government Affairs
Green Practices/Sustainability
Human Resources and Employment Policy
Insurance/Risk Management
NMHC Listserves
Property Marketing
Property Operations
Rent Control
Rent vs. Own
Research and Statistics
Smart Growth
Student Housing
The Need for a More Balanced Housing Policy

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