Benefits of Membership

Greater Saint Paul BOMA provides a range of valuable benefits to its members to help them succeed.


BOMA members can earn CE credits and professional designations through membership meetings, seminars, and training classes. Members gain valuable information on the latest trends and best practices in building operations and management. BOMA also provides programs that update members on current and proposed development projects in the East Metro.



Given the plethora of laws, regulations and codes produced by all levels of government annually, it’s critical to have a trusted ally who can represent the industry and your building’s interests. BOMA works at the local, state, and national levels to make certain the needs of the commercial real estate industry are heard by elected officials and administrative departments. 



Membership with BOMA provides opportunities to expand your professional network in the industry. BOMA sponsors several fun events during the year where you can connect with industry friends and acquaintances and meet new people. This includes events such as an annual golf tournament, trade show, and social gatherings.  


Automatic Membership in BOMA International

By joining Greater Saint Paul BOMA, you are also enrolled in a membership with BOMA International. Through BOMA International, members gain access to extensive industry information and resources not available anywhere else on the market. 


Research & Publications

BOMA produces and provides a wide array of research resources and publications. Some of these include the Market Report, a monthly newsletter, the National Issues Conference report, and the EER Report. Our research and publication resources keep you up to date on market conditions, industry trends, and the latest issues.


Committee Involvement

As a member of BOMA, there are many opportunities to participate in committees. Participants who engage in committee activities develop knowledge and skills, extend their network and relationships with industry peers, and derive enjoyment and satisfaction from various group accomplishments.