NARPM Sarasota – Practices, Procedures, Pitfalls & Law by Harry Heist

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/18/2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
Realtor Association of Manatee

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This comprehensive class will give you 6 CE Credits and will provide you with over 100 pages of free handouts, as well as information from Application to Eviction and everything in between.

The class will cover topics including:

* New notices & laws
* Security Deposit pitfalls
* Applications
* Inspections, liability avoidance
* Deposit & New Bankruptcy Laws
* Abandonment
* Lease breaks, procedures
* Streamlining stipulations
* Corporate tenants
* Owner Issues
* Documentation, renewals
* In depth notice studies
* AND a whole lot more!

WHEN:
Tuesday, July 18, 2017

TIME:
9:00am – 4:00pm
Breakfast and Registration 8:00am

Breakfast and Lunch Included

LOCATION:
Realtor Association of Manatee
10910 Technology Terrace
Lakewood Ranch, FL 34211

COST:

 
EARLY BIRD RATES:
Until July 3, 2017
NARPM® Members: $40
NARPM® Affiliates:  $40
Non-Members & Guests:  $90
 
After July 3, 2017
NARPM® Members: $50
NARPM® Affiliates:  $50
Non-Members & Guests:  $100
ONLINE REGISTRATION REQUIRED!
We will not be accepting registration at the door. 

Register Now!

 

ABOUT HARRY HEISTPrint

Harry Heist is the founding partner of the Law Offices of Heist, Weisse and Wolk representing a large number of property management companies, owners and investors in legal matters and filing thousands of eviction actions each year. He has evicted well over 150,000 tenants and prepared hundreds of thousands of leases.

Harry began his legal career in 1989 immediately diving head first into working for property managers.

Harry believes education is the key to success in property management. One of Harry’s passions is keeping Florida a “landlord friendly” state and he has written and co-written many of the changes to the Landlord/Tenant Act in the past 25 years.

The firm’s website, evict.com is the largest source of Florida-specific legal information for the property manager, Harry believes that most litigation and headaches can be avoided through proper policies, procedures and forms and has made it his mission to spread the word.

He moved to Florida from New Jersey in 1989 where he attended Rutgers University School of Law and Seton Hall University graduating with honors from both.