HABR in Conjunction with GAR presents
Property Management Nightmares
Virtual / Livestream
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Login: 9:15 am Class Time: 9:30 am
Instructor Mike Nelson
This course will teach students how to avoid some of the most costly problems that can face a landlord and how to deal with those “nightmare” problems that could not be avoided. If a tenant dies in the property and doesn’t have a will, when can the landlord re-take possession of the property without being guilty of wrongful eviction? What if that tenant lived alone and their body was not found for several days? What are the legal requirements regarding the cleanup? What if the tenant reports a bed bug infestation? Who is responsible for the eradication of them? How should the property manager respond to a fair housing complaint? The course will cover these and about a dozen other property management nightmares teaching the best practices for avoiding or dealing with these issues.
Course Code # 66867, 3 Hours Continuing Education Credit
HABR Members $35.00 Non-HABR Members $45.00
Virtual Class via Livestream
An email with details for the ZOOM classroom will be sent to you the business day before class.
Requirements for participating in a virtual class:
1.Your device must have a video webcam, microphone, and speakers. (You are required to enable video sothat we can monitor attendance.)
2.You need to set up a free Zoom account (https://zoom.us/) prior to the class. (Your free 40-minute accountwill allow you easy access to our ZOOM Classroom account.)
3.You are expected to attend the entire class session (except during breaks) just as if you were sitting in aclassroom.
4.After the class, you will be emailed electronic affidavit and class evaluation links. To receive CE credit, you must complete both.
If you have taken this course in the last 366 days, you will not receive CE credit. You must be on time and present for the entire session to receive credit.
NOTES: Portions of this GAR course may be photographed, or audio/video recorded for various purposes, including reporting, promotion, archival, or sale and distribution. By registering, individuals agree that GAR and/or anyone acting on their behalf may photograph or record by audio/video their attendance and involvement in any portion of the course. Furthermore, individuals agree that the GAR may use these photographs and/or recordings without additional approval or permission and without compensation.
GAR reserves the right to cancel or change any scheduled course at any time. Students enrolled in a course that is cancelled will be notified as far in advance as possible. Students will receive a full refund or, if the course is rescheduled, may transfer to the new date. Please note that GAR is not responsible for any out-of-pocket expenses (lodging, airfare, etc.) students may incur when a course is cancelled or rescheduled.