The Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers (TAAHP) is a non-profit 501(c)(6) trade association serving affordable housing industry providers. Our principal goal is to increase the supply and quality of affordable housing for Texans with limited incomes and special needs.
Founded in 1997, TAAHP is considered the “Voice of Affordable Housing in Texas,” and represents housing industry professionals involved in the financing, design, development, and management of affordable housing communities in Texas through public/private partnerships.
Each year, our membership produces tens of thousands of award-winning affordable housing communities with state-of-the-art designs, amenities, and resident services. TAAHP has seen exponential growth and diversity among its membership which ranges from: attorneys, accountants, for- and nonprofit developers, investors, syndicators, property management companies, market analysts, housing finance corporations, vendors/suppliers, government entities, students, trade associations, and other housing advocates.
TAAHP is the primary advocate and leading resource for the affordable housing industry in Texas.
To inspire and engage our members and stakeholders to end the affordable housing crisis in Texas.
How TAAHP is Governed
TAAHP is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the membership annually with term limits imposed. Our Directors represent such diverse disciplines as owners/developers (for profit and non-profit), lenders/investors, and general membership categories.
TAAHP leadership is dedicated to promoting affordable housing and educating members on key issues facing the housing industry. A slate of candidates are selected by a nominating committee and voted on by the general membership. Officers and Board members are announced at the annual Texas Housing Conference sponsored by TAAHP.
Become a Member
As a TAAHP member, you'll receive discounts to member events and the Texas Housing Conference, access to industry news, TAAHP's member directory, networking opportunities and so much more!
TAAHP has a core of active member volunteers that advise and assist staff with many support functions of the organization. These individuals are key to the ongoing professional development of our members and the many outreach activities of the organization. Per TAAHP Bylaws, some committees are comprised of members appointed by the Board of the Directors while others are open to the membership. Ask for details.
The Bylaws Committee meets as needed to review TAAHP's bylaws. Members analyze the bylaws to ensure TAAHP is operating within the rules outlined in the Bylaws and make suggetions for changes and amendments to the Board of Directors.
The Executive Committee is made up of Officers of the Board of Directors. The Committee meets between and during quarterly Board of Directors meetings to ensure the organization is moving forward and meeting the goals of the Strategic Plan.
Assists the Executive Director in creating the annual budget of the Organization and shall prepare recommendations for the full Board of Directors. The Committee may perform such other duties in connection with financesas the Board may determine.
The Membership Development Committee identifies membership growth opportunities and works with staff as it considers strategies, promotions and required budgets necessary to promote membership growth for the organization.
Delegated the authority to determine the ongoing compensation and other financial arrangements of the Executive Director. They shall also oversee employee reviews which will be conducted by the Immediate Past President and President on an annual basis.
Responsible for developing scholarship guidelines, application procedures, reviewing scholarship candidates and recommending awards which will be announced annually, but no later than at the annual Texas Housing Conference.
Responsible for recommending all matters relating to the Texas Housing Conference to the Board of Directors. Responsibilities include venue, budgeting, sponsorship sales, programming, educational components, speakers, theme, and evaluations.
Identifies educational opportunities required by the industry. The committee focus is to create educational seminars and review and coordinate with the Conference Committee and Staff to develop the conference educational sessions.
Responsible for reacting to proposals, monitoring and advancing reforms, promulgating rules, regulations and statutes that advance the members' welfare and business conditions - all within the state and federal election guidelines.
Responsible for identifying and screening potential board members to present to the Board of Directors 30 days before the Annual Meeting. Candidates are elected at that meeting. All candidates must give their prior consent before being placed on the ballot.
Reviews the annual QAP and Multifamily Rules to develop and adopt consensus recommendations. The QAP Committee shall annually hold no fewer than one meeting of the full membership in order to allow input and participation of the members.
Responsible for verifying and tabulating the votes for the election of the Board of Directors and reporting these results to the Chairman of the Nominating Committee. No member of the Tellers Committee shall be active members of the Board of Directors