Associations DK Living is a Member of

Thursday, October 8th, 2015 | Posted in: DK Living News

DK Living is pleased to be a member of the following real estate and apartment management associations.


IREM logoAbout IREM: Serving real estate professionals who manage all property types, IREM Chicago has been an integral force in the greater Chicagoland area since 1953. We are dedicated to delivering leading-edge networking and educational offerings for every stage of your career, evolving with you to provide lifelong professional development opportunities.

The Mission for IREM Chicago is to promote professionalism within the industry through education and by adherence to the highest ethical standards through accountability.

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Chicagoland Apartment Association

Chicagoland Apartment AssociationAbout Chicagoland Apartment Association: Incorporated more than twenty five years ago, Chicagoland Apartment Association (CAA) is a not-for-profit 501 (C) (6) Illinois corporation. The professional trade association represents owners and operators of rental housing in the metropolitan Chicago-area market. CAA represents more than 6,000 apartment professionals who own and/or manage over 160,000 apartments in more than 790 communities and buildings in the Chicago area, encompassing Cook, Lake, Du Page, Will, McHenry, Kane, Kendall, and Grundy counties.

Member companies range from owners of two-flats to large publically traded national real estate investment trusts.

Visit the Chicagoland Apartment Association web site at

Apartment Building Owners and Managers Association

Apartment Building Owners and Managers AssociationAbout Apartment Building Owners and Managers Association: Founded in 1937, ABOMA has effectively represented and served the high-rise residential property industry in the Chicago area. ABOMA is a not-for-profit Association whose officers and directors serve on a voluntary basis.

ABOMA Represents Over 600 High-Rise and Walk-Up Residential Buildings Located in the Chicago Area, containing over 400,000 units with over 600,000 owners and residences. Approximately 60% are Condominium or Co-operative in Nature and 40% are Rental Buildings.

Visit the Apartment Building Owners and Management Association web site at