In the property development, construction, and management industries, accreditation help assure clients that the partner they choose meets or exceeds the best standards in the business. Flaherty & Collins Properties is proud of the accreditation we’ve received and the organizations which we have been affiliated with over the past 25+ years.

National Accreditations and Associations

  • Accredited Management Organization (AMO)

    Recognizes excellence among real estate management firms. Only those firms that achieve the highest level of performance, experience and financial stability can earn the AMO credential.

  • Certified Commercial Investment Members (CCIM)

    Ensures recognized expertise in the disciplines of commercial and investment real estate. A CCIM is an invaluable resource to the commercial real estate owner, investor, and user, and is among an elite corps of 7,500 professionals across North America who hold the CCIM designation.

  • International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)

    Founded in 1957, ICSC is the premier global trade association of the shopping center industry. Its more than 55,000 members in over 90 countries include shopping center owners, developers, managers, marketing specialists, investors, retailers and brokers, as well as academics and public officials.

  • Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM)

    Educates and certifies the competence and professionalism of individuals and organizations engaged in the management of real estate, serves as an advocate on issues affecting the industry, and enhances its members' professional competence so they can better identify and meet the needs of those who use their services.

  • National Apartment Association (NAA)

    Serve the interests of multifamily owners, managers, developers and suppliers and maintains a high level of professionalism in the multifamily industry to better serve the rental housing needs of the public. Represents more than 5 million apartment homes throughout the United States.

  • National Association of Home Builders Multifamily Council

    The National Association of Home Builders Multifamily Council was first established in January 1981 to serve as the voice of the multifamily industry. NAHB Multifamily represents the specific interests of builders, developers, owners, and managers of all sizes and types of condominiums and rental apartments. David Flaherty is a member of the NAHB Multifamily Leadership board.

  • National Multihousing Council (NMHC)

    Advocates on behalf of rental housing, conducts apartment-related research, encourages the exchange of strategic business information, and promotes the desirability of apartment living.

  • Urban Land Institute (ULI)

    The Urban Land Institute (ULI) was founded in 1936 as a nonprofit, nonpartisan research and educational institute under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. ULI represents over 40,000 members worldwide, and has experienced tremendous growth in the last few years. ULI Indiana was formed in 2006, and officially became a Certified District Council of the Urban Land Institute in 2008. As a district council, ULI Indiana supports the Institute's mission, "to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.

  • U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)

    The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) works "to transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life.

State/Regional Associations

  • Downtown Indy

    Downtown Indy is action-oriented and empowered to address critical issues that affect the growth, well-being and user-friendliness of Downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. It’s the only non-profit organization charged with developing, managing, activating and marketing Downtown to make Downtown a better place to work, live, learn and play.

  • Connor Prairie Military Admission – The Depot at Nickel Plate

    The Depot at Nickel Plate is proud to sponsor the Conner Prairie admission relief to the military by providing free daytime general admission to active-duty, retired and veteran military members and 50% off the general admission price for up to five immediate family members. Military ID is required. This discount is valid only for daytime general admission.

    Conner Prairie is also part of the Blue Star Museums program, a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star families, the Department of Defense, and more than 2,000 museums across America to offer free admission to all active-duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day. In 2014, 3,644 military members and veterans, and their families, were able to enjoy and benefit from all that Conner Prairie has to offer in part thanks to The Depot’s sponsorship.

  • Indiana Apartment Association

    Provides continuing education, publications, and governmental affairs opportunities/representation to thousands of multifamily industry professionals in Indiana. Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Apartment Association (GCNKAA)- Promotes professional education, governmental affairs, and communication to its hundreds of members to enhance the quality of rental housing.

  • Ohio Apartment Association

    Provides membership services and governmental affairs opportunities/representation to thousands of multifamily industry professionals in Ohio. Greater Dayton Apartment Association- The Greater Dayton Apartment Association is a professional trade organization that promotes professionalism in the multi housing industry through education and legislation.

  • Chicagoland Apartment Association

    The purpose of the Chicagoland Apartment Association is to advance the rental housing industry by providing education; legislative and informational support, enabling members to operate successfully while contributing to the community around them.

  • Minnesota Multi Housing Association

    The Minnesota Multi Housing Association (MHA) was founded in 1967 to promote the highest standards in the development, management and maintenance of rental and owner-occupied multi housing.

  • Apartment Association of Michigan

    Apartment Association of Michigan (AAM) was formed in 1969 to serve the needs of the multifamily housing industry throughout Michigan. Politically and legislatively AAM has a deep tradition of onging, impactful work on behalf of multifamily residential construction.

  • Triangle Apartment Association of Raleigh, N.C

    The Triangle Apartment Association is a non-profit trade association serving the multifamily rental housing industry in Raleigh, N.C. Members are comprised of individuals and companies who develop, own, manage, and provide goods and services to the apartment industry in the Triangle area.

  • Greater Charlotte Apartment Association

    The Greater Charlotte Apartment Association is a trade association for the multifamily rental housing industry. Our members are firms and individuals who develop, own, manage, and provide goods and services to the apartment industry in the Charlotte, NC area.

  • Louisville Apartment Association

    Established in 1966, the Louisville Apartment Association has proudly served as the professional rental housing association in the Louisville area. It’s mission is to improve the professionalism of those in the multifamily housing industry and perpetuate an environment favorable to apartment living.

  • Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis

    Over 1,000 members strong, the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis today exists so that members of the residential construction industry and related businesses can conduct their business efficiently and ethically to provide the community with reliable, safe, affordable residential construction accomplished by competent professionals in the industry.

  • Indiana Builders Association

    The Indiana Builders Association (IBA) is a professional statewide association of over 5,900 members focusing on environmentally compatible, safe and affordable housing of all types. IBA works to educate its members, the general public, and all legislators and regulatory agencies to maintain and develop workable and affordable regulations and law that protect the rights of citizens to own a home.

  • Indiana Commercial Board of Realtors

    Provides services to Indiana commercial brokers, appraisers, property managers, consultants, developers and other specialists in commercial real estate..

  • Affordable Housing Association of Indiana (AHAIN)

    Advocates for the financing, development and management of affordable rural housing. Representing owners, developers, managers, housing authorities, architects, attorneys, bankers and vendors to the industry. AHAIN represents the needs of the affordable housing rental industry in Indiana through education, networking, promoting professionalism, initiating the cooperation and exchange of information among members, relating important industry information and encouraging ethical practices within the affordable housing industry.