Thursday, Apr 11, 2019
1:00 pm ET | 12:00 pm CT |11:00 am MT | 10:00 am PT
Duration : 60 Minutes
"Drugs are a major problem. You as a property owner or manager must learn the strategies to deal with this problem at your property."
This seminar is intended to help honest tenants rent from responsible landlords while preventing tenants involved in illegal activity from abusing rental properties and the surrounding neighborhoods. We know that, in the past, abuses of the property rental system have come from both sides. We also know that most landlords want to be fair and that most tenants are good people. Responsible property management and ownership begins with the idea that such actions will benefit the whole community. If the information provided is used responsibly, all of us— tenants, landlords, and owner occupants—will enjoy safer, more stable neighborhoods.
In this program, you’ll learn how to:
We will cover the benefits of active management and some strategies to accomplish that. Included is:
- Applicant screening
- Tenant criteria
- Rental agreements
- Ongoing management
- Warning signs of drug activity
- What to do if you discover a clandestine lab
- Crisis resolution
- Role of law enforcement
- Program basics
- Available resources
The most effective way to address illegal activity occurring on rental properties is a coordinated effort among police, landlords, and neighbors. Efforts are under way to encourage neighbors to assume more responsibility for preventing crime on their blocks. Efforts are also under way to improve the way police address problems with drug activity in residential neighborhoods. What you can do is learn how to keep illegal activity off your property and make a commitment to removing or stopping it the moment it occurs.
Who Should Attend:
- Property Owners
- Property Managers
- Housing Authority Staff
- Compliance Staff
- Community Development employees
Ask a question at the Q & A session following the live event and get advice pertaining to your situation, straight from our expert speaker.