NARPM Southeast FL – Landlord Tenant Bootcamp 2018 with Kelley & Grant

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Date(s) - Jan 25, 2018
9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Miami Association of Realtors - West Broward


Do you offer full service management, lease only, or other managerial services to commercial or residential property owners? 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.

Topics Include:

  • Improving Your Property’s Bottom Line & Occupancy Rate
  • 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!

This class offers 3 Hours of Continuing Education



Conrad Grant

Attorney and Partner at Kelley & Grant, P.A.

Conrad primarily focuses on real estate law, specifically landlord-tenant law and real estate transactions. Mr. Grant is also a veteran who served in the United States Army. Mr. Grant earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Miami and his law degree from Nova Southeastern University. He is a member of the Florida Bar and the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida Bar.


Jerron Kelley

Attorney and Partner at Kelley & Grant, P.A.

Jerron practices in the areas in real estate litigation and transactional work. Mr. Kelley has extensive experience in the real estate industry and works closely with landlords, property managers, and institutional investors throughout the State of Florida to provide cost effective and diligent representation. He attended the University of Miami where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science, an MBA with a specialization in Finance, as well as his law degree.

Class is non-refundable.
Cancellations must be received in writing 72 hours prior to class.

Thursday, January 25th
9:00am Registration
9:30-12:30 Presentation

Miami Association of Realtors
West Broward/Sawgrass
13680 NW 14 St.
Sunrise, 33323



This class is held in Partnership with Miami Association of Realtors.