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Building Owners and Managers Association International

State & Local Issues

Now more than ever, state legislatures and city halls are poised to impact the commercial real estate industry.  BOMA International’s advocacy team works in close coordination with BOMA’s state and local associations to protect the interests of the industry and share the latest information from across the country. 

LOCAL SPOTLIGHT

BOMA OKC AdvDay 2017 - web.JPGCongratulations to BOMA/Oklahoma City, which successfully fought off an attempt to institute a number of sales taxes on commercial real estate in Oklahoma.  BOMA/OKC used its Capitol Advocacy Day to push the message that it fully supports a balanced budget, but not at the expense of services taxes that would do more harm than good.  Click here to read more about the effort as featured in BOMA Magazine. 

STATE AND LOCAL ISSUES

   Benchmarking: Energy

   Benchmarking: Water and Waste

   Sales Taxes on Services

STATE AND LOCAL RESOURCES

  • 2016 State & Local Victories​​​ - Highlights of some of the legislative victories that BOMA state and local associations around the country achieved last year on behalf of their members and the commercial real estate industry.
  • Economic Impact Study - Get the latest national and state-by-state statistics in BOMA International's report, "Where America Goes to Work: The Contributions of Office Building Operations to the Economy"
  • Industry Defense Fund - This critical resource helps give a voice to the commercial real estate industry, ensuring that adequate funds are available at the federal, state and local levels for issues that impact BOMA members.
  • State Capitol Day Toolkit - Find resources and tips to help plan your annual event. Contact us for more information or for any assistance with planning, strategy or messaging.


CONTACT


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KEN ROSENFELD

Director of State and Local Affairs
Ken works with BOMA local associations and state coalitions to support their advocacy efforts in state capitols and local governments.
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