New Member Information
Upon joining, the Primary and Additional representatives of the membership will receive an email with information on how to get involved and access the BOMA FW Membership Directory. We encourage you to consult this directory to locate a specific service, product, or real estate company and/or person you need. And please patronize our BOMA FW Allied Partners, as they support our organization and make many of our events possible.

Membership in BOMA International/Membership Identification Number
As a member of BOMA Fort Worth, each dues paying member is enrolled as a member of BOMA International and they are assigned a BOMA International ID.  This ID gives you access to discounts on publications and seminars and to member only sections of BOMA International's web site ( If you need your 9 digit ID number, please contact [email protected].

Business Etiquette
Remember that BOMA events are learning and/or networking events, not selling events. Please do not pass out business cards unless specifically asked. Meet and network with other members and follow up with people that might be interested in your product or service at an appropriate time. Be prepared to cultivate a relationship not a sale. Be a resource to building members.

How Building Members Purchase
Business is no longer done on a handshake. Property managers are required to obtain multiple bids for a project. Projects are awarded to the most qualified vendors, not necessarily the cheapest. Manager's are looking for the best price, coupled with the least ‘headache” for them.

Property Managers maintain strong ties with other managers throughout the region, and usually turn to one another for referrals. Positive and negative interaction with vendors is usually communicated throughout the community of managers.

Increase Your Company's Visibility
An excellent way to increase your company's visibility is to sponsor BOMA Fort Worth events. Your investment provides a revenue stream to the organization which allows BOMA's advocacy efforts and educational opportunities to continue while giving your company continual exposure to the industry. Click here for more information

Opportunities to Partner with Owners and Managers
The following list is provided by BOMA International and is comprised of suggestions to strengthen your business relationships with building owners and managers.

  • establish yourself as a resource or an expert to build credibility & strengthen your alliance
  • offer to share the cost for training programs
  • create a Total Quality Management program & ask the property manager to be in the focus group
  • contribute articles to BOMA's or the building's newsletter that provide information that can reduce costs or increase efficiency
  • provide a quarterly report with recommendations for decreasing costs
  • keep property managers informed of new technology in your industry that affects clients
  • create a preventive maintenance program, or suggest a team be formed to address one.