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Why Join SDMHA?

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    Educational Seminars

    Earn Credit Hours For License Renewal In A Wide Range Of Categories.

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    Monthly Meetings

    Stay up to date on legislation, ordinances, codes and network with your peers.

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    Rental Forms

    We have a library of forms to make it easy for you to run your business.

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    Credit Checks

    Receive discounts on Credit Checks when requesting them through SDMHA.

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    Great Discounts

    Many of our Associate Members provide discounts to other SDMHA members.

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    Rental Review

    Our monthly magazine featuring local, state & national association news.

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Unifying rental industry owners, managers & associates in South Dakota through education and teamwork.

The South Dakota Multi-housing Association is the trade association for South Dakota's apartment and rental housing industry. Membership to the SDMHA includes a wide variety of benefits and access to exclusive resources only available to members. Our members are developers, owners, and managers of apartments or other rental housing. Our Associate members are vendors of products and services to the rental housing industry. 

Recent News

  • City Elections: Backgrounds set candidates apart

    Thursday, March 27, 2014

    Two candidates with experience in the state Legislature are vying for a spot on the Sioux Falls City Council. Christine Erickson and Denny Pierson are running for the At-large B position held now by Jim Entenman, who is not seeking re-election. Erickson and Pierson largely agree on the big issues. Does the city need an indoor pool? Yes, but not at Spellerberg Park, they both have said. Read More

  • Egress Windows once again dominate discussion

    Monday, March 24, 2014

    There was a point of contention regarding egress window size in the local rental housing code at Monday night’s city council meeting. The exchange occurred during the second reading of Ordinance 1310 Adoption of the 2012 International Property Maintenance Code and Amendments to the Rental Housing Code. Read More

  • Fed Inflation Goal Is Elusive as U.S. Rents Stabilize: Economy

    Thursday, March 13, 2014

    Federal Reserve efforts to nurture a more robust rate of inflation this year are likely to fall short. The reason: the biggest gains in rents are probably over. The costs to lease residential real estate, the second-biggest component of the price measure tracked by U.S. central bankers, helped put a floor under inflation over the past two years as most other components decelerated. Read More

  • Rental Housing Grows More Scarce, Driving Rents Up

    Wednesday, February 26, 2014

    Digested From "Rental Housing Grows More Scarce, Driving Rents Up" Wall Street Journal (01/31/14) Mitchell, Josh New Commerce Department data shows that demand for U.S. rental housing continues to climb more than four years after the recession, pushing up rents and cutting into Americans' disposable income. The rental vacancy rate -- or the share of apartments that are vacant and available for rent -- declined 0.5 percentage point to 8.2 percent in the fourth quarter compared to the same period a year earlier. Read More

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