At the local, state and national levels, BOMA represents your concerns. From local code and real estate issues, to national legislation on issues such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, Indoor Air Quality and Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), BOMA protects your interests. Through professional lobbying efforts, BOMA International influences legislation and represents your interests before federal agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Justice Department.
BOMA is the only commercial real estate organization making its voice heard locally, throughout Texas and before the United States Congress. We’re concerned with industry issues ranging from property rights to tax reform, utility deregulation to indoor air quality, building codes to window washing.
City, state-wide and national BOMA volunteers and staff continuously monitor legislative activities and lobby on issues potentially impacting commercial real estate.
Texas and BOMA International staff provide BOMA members with valuable legal opinions affecting daily operations.
A myriad of local, state and national agencies, commissions, and bureaus are continuously monitored to insure that regulatory actions affecting commercial real estate have input from our industry.
BOMA members are kept-up-to-date with frequent notifications on pending legislative and regulatory issues.