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The Landlord Tenant Bootcamp – 3 CE
March 10, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Early payment membership dues credits can be applied to this class if dues were paid in full prior to July 1st, 2020.
This course is approved for 3 HRS of Continuing Education. Florida rules require that we monitor attendance and we can not issue credit for less than the number of approved hours. In order to receive credit for your course, please arrive on time and stay for the entire class. Sign-in and Sign-out is required for this class to receive full credit.
Come prepared to not be bored as this boot camp will be filled with topical material and advice!
Do you offer full service management, lease only, or other managerial services to commercial or residential property owners? Do you offer full service management, lease only, or other managerial services to commercial or residential property owners?
Building a Sound & Profitable Company
Is your goal to become a more profitable property manager in 2019? To do so requires establishing sound management practices and an effective growth strategy. Eddie Miller is an industry leader in South Florida as a manager, investor, landlord and author. In this session, Eddie will share is company’s best practices as it relates to broker oversight, tenant records, bank accounts, tenant application guidelines and screening, having a solid lease and a strict payment policy, structuring the office, and increasing your doors. Be ready to take notes as he will provide:
- Eight Keys to Effective Management
- Five Critical Factors
- Fifteen Questions to Consider
- In House vs. Outsource
- Five Effective Marketing Strategies
The Landlord-Tenant Bootcamp
Property management is a highly lucrative business, however it is full of potential pitfalls if you are not cautious. This three hour Landlord Tenant Boot Camp is approved for 3 Continuing Education credits for real estate licensees. The class is designed for both new and seasoned realtors as well as residential property managers to provide training and help advance your real estate career.
The Landlord-Tenant legal seminar will provide you with the tools needed to effectively navigate the most common legal risks that landlords and property managers face when leasing to and evicting tenants. Landlord-Tenant attorneys, Jerron Kelley and J. Conrad Grant, will draw on their experiences in handling thousands of evictions and landlord/tenant cases to cover important changes to Florida law that landlords need to be aware of, methods to improve your property’s bottom line, compliance with Federal Fair Housing Law, and a variety of other educational topics.
Improving Your Property’s Bottom Line & Occupancy Rates
• Effective Lease Provisions
• Advantages of Settlement Stipulations During Eviction
Effectively Handling Problems Throughout the Tenancy
• Non-Payment of Rent
• When To Accept Rent And When Not To
• Lease Violations
• Terminating the Tenancy
• Tenants in the Military
• Death of a Tenant
Avoiding Issues During and After the Eviction Process
• Benefits of Writs of Possession
• Dealing With a Tenant Bankruptcy
• Avoiding Security Deposit Disputes
Fair Housing Rules – Staying Compliant
• Seven Protected Classes and Who That Includes
• Specific Prohibitions of What a Landlord Can Do
• Reasonable Accommodations And What The Standards Are
• Service Animals vs. Pets
• Who Can Sue You Under The FHA
• Best Practices That Landlords/Managers Should Follow
Come prepared to not be bored as this session will be filled with topical material and advice!
- March 10, 2021
10:00 am - 1:00 pm