Linn-Benton Rental Housing Assoc.
Saturday - February 3, 2018
LANDLORD BOOT CAMP 2018
Remember, “Landlording” is a business!
Educate yourself on how to better manage your business and to avoid costly mistakes.
This updated class covers issues a landlord should know, from screening and move-in, through move-out and deposit reconciliation!
Instructor: Tia Politi
Property Owners and Managers - Have you been to boot camp? Do you really know the basics? Are you up on the new laws?
Real Estate Licensees - Your license allows you to perform property management services, but do you and your staff really know landlord-tenant law? Get your boots on and sign up now. Space is limited and we will sell out!
A fast-paced one-day seminar covering:
- Fair Housing Basics
- Fees & Disclosures
- Contracts & Addendums
- Section 8
- Move in Do's and Don'ts
- Dealing with Tenant Non-Compliance Issues
- Service of Notices
- Habitability, Maintenance & Emergency Entry
- Move out Procedures and Legal Transfer of Possession
- Deposit Reconciliation and Final Accounting
- Avoiding Costly Mistakes, Record Keeping
- Conflict Resolution
Where: Phoenix Inn - 3410 Spicer Rd SE, Albany
Time: Networking - 8:30 a.m. / class - 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $100 LBRHA member & ORHA members
$175 LBRHA Member /Couple sharing Material
Real Estate Continuing Education Credits 7
8:30-9:00am Networking/Breakfast Snack
9:00am-12:30pm Class Begins!
For more information 541-286-5033
Deadline for Registration January 25, 2018
Tia Politi is a licensed property manager with more than twelve years of management experience. She specializes in residential property management and tenant eviction services, and also manages her own rental properties. Tia serves as President of the Board of Directors for the Lane County chapter of the Rental Owners Association, and is Chair the Programming and Bulletin Committees, and Co-Chair of the Education Committee. She is a state delegate for the Oregon Rental Housing Association and the Forms Committee Chair. Tia is a volunteer instructor for St. Vincent de Paul's 'Renters Rehab' program, and serves on the Law Library Committee at the Lane County Courthouse. She also teaches classes to other property owners and managers on topics including evictions, the move-in process, tenant issues, and fair housing & advertising.