Montana Landlords Association

New Montana Landlords-Tenant Law 2015 Legislature books are available now!


The MLA is a statewide non-profit trade association dedicated to the concept that knowledgeable, well-informed and law-abiding members make better Landlords.
Offering a variety of services to improve and support the residential Landlord / Tenant industry in Montana, providing our members with timely information about industry developments, educational opportunities and membership benefits.
Providing Tenants with information and resources that assist them in understanding Rental Agreements and the law that governs the Landlord / Tenant relationship.
Providing ongoing training and education for our members and their employees.

We are Montanans working with Montanans to improve Montana.

Montana Landlords Association, Inc.
PO Box 734
Butte, MT  59703

Statewide phone number for questions and answers concerning
landlord/tenant issues and local chapter information.
(406) 219-1121

Our Statewide Call Center number 406-449-1121 is no longer in use.  Please call 406-219-1121 to be connected with one of our Directors.

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State MLA

New Law Books Available: New Montana Landlords-Tenant Law 2015 Legislature books are available now!  Read More...

Bozeman Chapter MLA

Bozeman Chapter Meetings: 

Billings Chapter MLA
Billings Chapter Meetings: Billings Chapter Meetings 

Butte Chapter MLA
Butte Chapter Meetings: Butte Chapter Meetings 

Great Falls Chapter MLA
Great Falls Monthly Meetings: The Great Falls Chapter meets every third Tuesday at 7:00 PM at the Senior Citizens Center located at 1004 Central Avenue.  Read More...


Local Chapter Meetings
"Many MLA chapters have regularly scheduled monthly meetings. These meetings afford our members occasions to share their expertise with others regarding management problems that are similar to your own. Meet and socialize with other landlords in your area; improve your management skills; learn how to keep your vacancy factor as low as possible; learn valuable tips about repairs, maintenance, and recommended local vendors. Monthly meetings are also a forum where you can become an active participant in solving problems that affect the residential rental industry in your hometown or statewide."

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