Renter Information

Informational Resource for Renters

The Georgia Apartment Association (GAA) is a trade organizations for companies that own and/or manage apartments and the businesses that provide products or services to the industry, we are not a regulatory agency. We do not own or manage any apartments, but rather provide education classes and legislative guidance to our members who are in the multihousing industry. We cannot give out information to residents about problems with a particular community, or a specific issue as that is not the function of our organization.

We encourage you to speak to the management company for your community about any problems you are having. If you need legal help, we encourage you to check with an attorney or look for legal resources in your area that can assist you.


Below are some helpful resources and links for residents.

*The Georgia Apartment Association is not responsible for any of the content on any of these websites or information provided by any of the organizations.

Governor's Office of Consumer Protection - Landlord Tenant Questions

The Georgia Dept. of Community Affairs Landlord-Tenant Handbook (pdf file - requires Adobe Acrobat reader)

United States Office of Housing & Urban Development (HUD)
Information on 'Housing Choice' voucher program

Looking for an apartment?

The GAA does not help residents find apartment homes, however many of our members do! Below are some of the GAA member companies that have online resources to help prospective renters find the perfect apartment community.

*The GAA does not endorse the services of any of these companies and is not responsible for the content on any of the websites. All links will open in a new tab or window.