By representing building owners, managers, tenants, and people who serve the buildings industry before local, state, and national governing bodies and in the media, we help ensure productive workplaces and a healthy and growing business environment.

We encourage all BOMA members to be a part of our public and government affairs efforts. There are many ways you can make your voice heard:

  • Join a committee.
  • Contact your government representatives to express your views.
  • Contact the media.
  • Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper or contact a broadcast producer.

"Being involved in BOMA’s advocacy committees has been the most rewarding component of my involvement in BOMA.  Through these various committees, both local and federal, I have participated in efforts that affect billions of dollars for commercial real estate owners.  These collective efforts are highly publicized, bringing higher levels of respect and appreciation to our team and me from the owners who ultimately hire my company for real estate services.  Getting involved in advocacy is easier than you would think, and it’s amazing how much our lawmakers pay attention to us when visiting Capitol Hill.  The experience has been extremely impactful – both on a personal and professional level." —  Cary Fronstin, RPA, LEED GA - Foundry Commercial, LLC, / Government Affairs / BOMA Florida Representative


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BOMA International Releases Free Pandemic Guide - The Real Estate Roundtable Delivers Congressional Testimony - and more

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BOMA Florida provides an update on HB 469 - Real Estate Leases

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BOMA Presses for Industry Liability Protections as Businesses Start to Reopen

As governments lift restrictions and local businesses start to reopen, there is still concern that despite the best efforts of the commercial real estate industry to promote health and safety in commercial buildings, this new environment may foster...

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BOMA Opposes Requiring Property Personnel to Conduct Health Screenings

As the country considers easing restrictions during the COVID-19 emergency, assuring safe workplaces is a central issue, and the commercial real estate sector is committed to helping slow the spread of the virus while allowing essential services to...

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