CFAA Awards Program 2022 now accepting applications!

CFAA is proud to announce that the annual Rental Housing Awards Program is open for applications.

Take a look through CFAA’s Award Brochure for 2021, to start thinking about what applications you’ll want to put forward this year.

CFAA is continuing its simplified and expanded eligibility rules and application portal that were both introduced in 2020. However, the eligibility window has been changed for most awards. Be sure to check the eligibility dates before beginning your application. All are now calendar 2021.

To confirm your eligibility before starting your application, please take the Eligibility Self-Assessment or email CFAA at with questions.

Awards Categories

This year’s awards categories will include:


  • Property Manager of the Year
  • Off-Site Employee of the Year
  • On-Site Employee of the Year
  • Rental Housing Provider of the Year
  • Marketing Program Excellence of the Year
  • Renovation of the Year
  • Rental Development of the Year


  • New Product or Service of the Year
  • Suppliers Council Member of the Year


  • Association Achievement of the Year


You are invited to apply if you are a:

  • CFAA Suppliers Council Member,
  • CFAA Direct Landlord Member,
  • CFAA Affiliate Member (a landlord member of one of CFAA’s 12 member associations), or
  • CFAA member who has won a related award from a CFAA member association where there is a similar category.

More specific eligibility for each award can be found in the Awards Brochure. To confirm your eligibility before starting your application, please email CFAA at or take the Eligibility Self-Assessment.

Volunteer to be a judge

Each award category is assigned a panel of volunteer experts, who will judge the submissions. These judges will be cleared of any conflicts of interest in the category they judge.

Judges will meet virtually to discuss the awards submissions.

If you are interested in becoming a judge for the 2021 Awards, please complete the Volunteer Judge Registration Form.