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Benefits of Membership

Network with landlords, property managers, and professionals who work with them 
Join efforts to advocate for landlords and property managers 
Receive up-to-date information about local policies and regulations pertaining to real estate activities 
Access a library of forms and educational materials 
Attend after-hours networking events 
Access MCALA's online vendor directory 
Attend educational events 
Receive member discounts and privileges 
Be granted automatic membership in the Illinois Rental Property Owners Association (IRPOA: https://www.irpoa.org/)

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Vendor Opportunity

Network with landlords, property managers, and other professionals who need your services 
Access/host after-hours networking events 
List your business in MCALA's online vendor directory 
Attend educational events relevant to a wide range of businesses 
Access member discounts and privileges



Code of Ethics

Membership is subject to such articles, bylaws, and code of ethics as established by the MCALA Board of Directors. 
Members of the Association agree to comply with and be bound by the by-laws, rules, and regulations of the Association. 
Members shall conduct all business transactions in a straightforward and honest manner with active knowledge of and affirmative compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations. 
Members shall comply with federal, state and local fair-housing laws and not discriminate against persons because of age, race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, order of protection status, military status, unfavorable military discharge, marital status, or familial status. 
Members shall respond promptly to complaints and address grievances in a fair, honest, and timely fashion. 
No member shall speak for the Association without specific authority from the Board of Directors. 
Violation of any of the above may constitute grounds for denial, suspension, or termination of membership in MCALA.