(Virtual) 2023 Treasure Valley Property Management Seminar

  • Saturday, April 15, 2023
  • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Virtual

** Registration for Virtual Attendance Only **

For In-Person Attendance, please register by clicking the link below: 

(In-Person) 2023 Treasure Valley Property Management Seminar

If you wish to sign up for an individual Class, instead of all three classes, Click the individual class link below

The Treasure Valley Rental Association and the

Treasure Valley Community College, Small Business Development Center


2023 Treasure Valley Property Management Seminar

Saturday, April 15, 2023

 9:15 AM - 4:30 PM MDT

 8:15 AM - 3:30 PM PDT 

Virtual Attendance for all three classes

Landlords, Brokers, and Property Managers...

Do you want to Pay $11,000 to remove your bad tenant?....Or Not?

Remember, “Landlording” is a business!

Educate yourself on how to better manage your business and avoid costly mistakes.

Real Estate Licensees - Your license allows you to perform property management services, but do you and your staff really know landlord-tenant law?

 Your answers can be found by attending this fast-paced one-day seminar covering: Tenant Non-Compliance & Tenancy Termination, Trial Preparation, and the Eviction Process

Real Estate Education Credits: 6

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           Speaker:  Tia Politi  


Tia Politi is a licensed property manager, rental owner, and president of the Rental Owners Association of Lane County. She worked for many years providing residential property management and eviction services, she also worked as a Property Management Supervisor overseeing four low-income apartment complexes through the Homes for Good Housing Agency in Eugene, OR. She serves as the President of the Oregon Rental Housing Association (ORHA), heads up the ORHA Forms Committee, serves as a volunteer instructor for St. Vincent de Paul’s Second Change Renter’s Rehab Program, and teaches classes in rental management through her association.

  • Rental owner
  • B.S., Journalism, University of Oregon, 1987 - GO DUCKS!
  • Licensed property manager (inactive)
  • OREA Certified Continuing Education Provider
  • President, Oregon Rental Housing Association (ORHA)
  • President, Rental Owners Association of Lane County
  • Forms Chair, ORHA
  • Secretary, ORHA Education, Inc.
  • Columnist, Mind Your Business
  • Landlord Helpline representative for Rental Owners Association of Lane County, Rental Owners Association of SW Oregon, Linn-Benton Rental Housing Association, Portland Area Rental Owners Association & Treasure Valley Rental Association
  • Hundreds of hours of continuing education in property management in both private and public housing.
  • Volunteer instructor, St. Vincent de Paul’s Second Chance Renters Program
  • 2020 Housing Hero - St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County
  • Landlord/Tenant Instructor, Lane ROA and statewide
  • Author/Instructor, Landlord Bootcamp
  • Author/Instructor, Renting a Home, teaching high school seniors the rights, risks and responsibilities of tenancy

Class Descriptions:

Class #1: Tenant Noncompliance & Tenancy Termination

It’s more challenging than ever to terminate tenancy in Oregon. You must choose the correct notice, fill it out accurately and serve it perfectly, or your tenant can beat you in eviction court. This class covers all types of tenancy termination, including which form to use, and how to fill it out, calculate your time, and legally serve it.

  • No cause termination:

  • First year of occupancy
    Reset first year of occupancy
    Two-unit, owner-occupied
    Qualifying landlord reason
    Relocation expenses
  • For cause termination:

  • Nonpayment of rent
    Lease violations
    Harm or substantial damage
    Unlawful occupants
    Documenting tenant violations
    Describing tenant violations
  • Mutual termination - cash for keys

  • Reasonable accommodations

  • Legal defenses to termination

  • Penalties for wrongful termination

  • What to do before and after your notice expires

Class #2: Eviction 101

A lot can go wrong for a landlord in an eviction action. This class takes you step-by-step through the eviction process including:

  • Document prep and filing with online options

  • Process service

  • First appearance

  • Stipulated agreements

  • Default

  • Defendants answer

  • Counterclaims

  • Trial and the burden of proof

  • Restitution

  • Sheriff lockout

  • Abandoned property and animals

Class #3: Preparing for Trial

Presenting your eviction or small claims case to a judge is where the rubber meets the road. This course covers:

  • What it means to be a Plaintiff or Defendant

  • The burden of proof

  • The code of evidence

  • Legal presumptions

  • Creating a trial outline

  • Organizing and labeling exhibits

  • Calling and questioning witnesses

  • Presentation and staying on point

  • Persuading the judge to see things your way

  • Citing statutes

  • Courtroom protocol

  • Rules of Civil Procedure

  • Responding to the other side’s evidence, testimony or witnesses

  • Handling objections

Saturday, April 15, 2023

9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mountain Time

9:00 am - 9:30 am - Class Sign-in

9:30 am - 11:30 am - Class #1:

Tenant Noncompliance & Tenancy Termination 

11:30 am - 12:00 pm – Lunch

12:00 am - 12:15 pm - Class Sign-in

12:15 pm - 2:15 pm – Class #2: Eviction 101

2:15 pm - 2:30 pm – Break

2:15 am - 2:30 pm - Class Sign-in

2:30 pm - 4:30 pm – Class #3: Preparing for Trial

Saturday, April 15, 2023

8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Pacific Time

8:15 am - 8:30 am - Class Sign-in

8:30 am - 10:30 am - Class #1:

Tenant Noncompliance & Tenancy Termination 

10:30 am - 11:00 pm – Lunch

11:00 am - 11:15 pm - Class Sign-in

11:15 pm - 1:15 pm – Class #2: Eviction 101

1:15 pm - 1:30 pm – Break

1:15 am - 1:30 pm - Class Sign-in

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm – Class #3: Preparing for Trial

The price per person includes Course Materials, which will be sent out the day before class

Registration/Sign-in starts 15 minutes before each class

The classes will have a replay link sent from Microsoft Teams good for 30 days.

No Refunds!

RSVP by April 13, 2023

Click the link below to sign up for all three classes:

3-Class Virtual Bundle

To sign up for an individual class, click the appropriate link below

Tenant Noncompliance & Tenancy Termination

Eviction 101

Preparing for Trial

For more information:

Contact Cindy McLeran at (541) 313-8777

Be sure to leave a message if you want a call back.

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The Oregon Rental Housing Association (ORHA) is a non-profit educational landlord association -- ORHA Board Members, Mentors, Staff, and/or other related ORHA affiliates do not give legal advice. Please be advised that any information provided  is no substitute for professional legal counsel and any advice or guidance given does not constitute legal advice.  Please consult an attorney for legal advice related to your specific situation.

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