You will have a much better chance of making things better in your building if you work with other tenants to get the things you need. Most tenants don’t have a lot of money or time available to solve their problems. Instead, tenants can come together as a group to share their talents, ideas, information, work, and to have the power of group action. Your landlord, HUD, and other people who have the power to change things at your building are more likely to listen to your concerns if your neighbors are by your side!
Frequently Asked Questions About Organizing
View Our NAHT FAQs to answer the following questions:
- Why organize as tenants?
- How do I organize and keep others involved?
- What’s the purpose of a tenant meeting?
- How do we plan meeting and write an agenda?
- Why select a Chairperson?
- How do we get people to come to our meetings?
- What are the tasks of a tenant association?
- How do we ask people to become members, and do we need a certain number of tenants?
- What is the structure of a tenant association?
- What are the typical components of a tenant association?
- How do we decide which issues to tackle?