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Cambridge - Sat 10/19 *SOLD OUT*
The MassLandlords Crash Course in Landlording
$205 $195
Southbridge - Mon 11/04
Speaker and Networking
Free for first time Free
Marlborough - Tue 11/12
Trump Taxes
$5 MWPOA Members pay annual
dues then free, just RSVP!
Worcester - Wed 11/13
Section 1031 Exchanges, Second Topic TBA
$22 $14 $24 $19
Chicopee - Thu 11/14
Free Remediation of Asthma Triggers, Meet the Sheriffs
$38 $30 $40 $35
Fitchburg - Thu 11/14
Q&A Open Forum: Housing Court
$15 $20 NWCLA Members pay annual
dues, then free

Early bird pricing available until noon seven days prior.

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  • Southbridge: Monday 10/1: Habitat ReStore
    7:00 PM-8:30 PM
    10/01/2018

    153 Chestnut St. Southbridge, MA 01550

    153 Chestnut St. Southbridge, MA 01550

    This evening, please come to meet the general manager and the donation relation manager at the Worcester location.

    ReStore is operated by local Habitat For Humanity organizations. They are nonprofit home improvement stores and donation centers. Items for sale are available to the public and are similar to what might be found in other home good stores.

    The purpose of Habitat For Humanity ReStores is to contribute to the work of Habitat For Humanity. Proceeds from sales are used to help build strength, stability, self-reliance, and shelter in local communities and around the world.

    It’s fall cleanup and general maintenance time: If you have items in the attic or basement that are no longer needed or just taking up space, you might want to consider making a tax deductible donation to ReStore.

    You might also want to visit the Worcester store to explore their inventory. They offer new and “gently used” appliances, furniture, building materials, and more at a fraction of retail prices. They are located at 640 Lincoln Street in Worcester, telephone 508-799-9259.

    Habitat for Humanity ReStore

    Monday, October 1

    SWCLA Meeting Agenda

    • 7:00p MassLandlords Business Update
    • 7:10p Guest Speaker
    • 7:45p Pizza break
    • 8:00p Meeting wrap-up
    • 8:30p Networking

    Location

    Southbridge Community Center (aka Casaubon Senior Center)
    153 Chestnut St.
    Southbridge, MA 01550

    Food

    • Pizza and Beverages

    Pricing

    Open to the public for your first time! Membership not required for your first time.

    • Members are admitted for free
    • General public free the first time, then pay $50/yr for membership.

    This event is operated by volunteers.

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  • Waltham Wed Oct 3: Update from the Waltham Housing Authority, Insurance topics with G&N
    5:30 PM-9:00 PM
    10/03/2018

    380 Winter St, Waltham, MA 02451, USA

    380 Winter St, Waltham, MA 02451, USA

    Part I:

    John Gollinger, Executive Director of the Waltham Housing Authority, is tentatively scheduled to give us an update on WHA initiatives including the Waltham rental subsidy.
    For the voucher program in particular, we hope to hear statistics on how successful has the program been, whether there be an extension past three years or a follow-on program,
    and what can landlords can do to help out.

    Waltham Housing Authority, John Gollinger Fourth from Left
    matt naimoli, g&n insurance
    Matt Naimoli of G&N Insurance

    Part II:

    Matt Naimoli of G&N Insurance will give us at least five cost savings and five pitfalls to avoid when insuring multifamily buildings.

    Insurance Pitfalls to Avoid

    • Insufficient Rent Loss Coverage: What this means, how it can happen, and how to avoid
    • Insufficient Ordinance or Law coverage: What this means, how it can happen, and how to avoid
    • Insufficient Liability Protection: What this means, how it can happen, and how to avoid
    • Insufficient Building coverage: What this means, how it can happen, and how to avoid
    • Individual policies vs a BOP that extends across all locations: Advantages/Disadvantages of both options and how to choose what’s right
    • Claim snafus – avoid massive headaches of there are joint ownership on properties within policy by listing all owners out per property in advance
    • Missing Endorsements – guaranteed replacement, water back up, O&Law, etc
    • Policy Reviews – Not having policies reviewed at least every third year and the downfall of allowing them to sit dormant

    Ways to Save

    • Deductible Changes and the impact: Examples
    • Evaluating options on a consistent basis: Who and How
    • Keep your replacement cost in check
    • One policy vs separate per property
    • Sprinkler system impact
    • Know when and when not to file claims
    • Update your property

    Purchase your ticket in just a few clicks!

    Have you seen our Leave Stuff, Take Stuff Table?

    Market your business, pick up handouts, give away an old doorknob. Everything goes on our first-come, first-served display
    table at all our events. Please bring business cards, brochures, coupons. And feel free to pick up your own uncollected marketing materials at the end.
    Everything not claimed end-of-night may be chucked.

    Wednesday, October 3rd

    Charles River Meeting Agenda

    • 5:30pm Sign-in/Networking/Dinner
      • Networking draws from Waltham, Newton, Weston, Watertown, Wellesley, Wellesley Hills, Lincoln, Dover, Arlington, Belmont, and the western ends of Cambridge and Boston.
    • 6:00pm Buffet Dinner by the Copper House Tavern
    • 6:40pm Executive Director Doug Quattrochi with the MassLandlords Business Update
      • Member Minutes – Any member can have the mic for 60 seconds (introduce yourself, ask a question, share words of wisdom, etc.)
    • 7:00pm Part I: John Gollinger: Waltham Housing Authority
    • 7:25pm Part II: G&N Insurance: Five Savings and Five Considerations
    • 8:20pm Networking
    • 9:00pm Doors Close

    Location

    Best Western Waltham
    380 Winter St.
    Waltham, MA 02451

    Parking

    There is ample parking in the lot around the Best Western and down the hill by the Copper House Tavern. Please enter through the main lobby and look for the MassLandlords signs.

    Food

    • Upgraded food! Will be serving buffet of gemelli pasta with spinach, sun dried tomato pesto, topped with goat cheese chicken and basil.

    • Salad and grilled Tuscan bread with butter.
    • Soda, Water, Coffee
    • Waitstaff will serve alcohol, just ask

    *Dietary restrictions: purchase an early-bird ticket and email hello@masslandlords.net, we will accommodate you.

    Pricing

    Open to the public. Membership is not required!

    • After Early bird or at the door:
      • Public: $35.00
      • Members: $25.00
    • Early-bird ends seven days prior at 12pm:
      • Public: $30.00
      • Members: $20.00

    Click here to purchase tickets for this event

    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff. Check in with your MassLandlords ID card.

    This is part of the Waltham rental real estate networking and training series.

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  • Worcester Wed Oct 10: Don’t Flush Money Down the Drain, Why Would You Ever Carpet, Laws by Chapter and Verse
    5:30 PM-9:00 PM
    10/10/2018

    1 Skyline Dr, Worcester, MA 01605, USA

    1 Skyline Dr, Worcester, MA 01605, USA

    Part I: Don’t Flush Money Down the Drain

    If you’re like most landlords, you pay for the water yourself. Besides submetering, how can you avoid flushing money down the drain? Do you know about water recirculation? No, we don’t mean plumbing
    the tub drain into the showerhead. There are myriad ways besides submetering that you can reduce your water bill.

    This part of the presentation will be given by member Robert Jordan of Energy Wise Homes. Robert has first-hand knowledge of water conservation strategies in residential rental operations.

    Part II: Why Would You Ever Carpet?

    Do you replace your carpet regularly? Here’s some food for thought: don’t! There is a wide array of manufactured floors that hold up better than carpet, vinyl, and hardwood. We’ll be reviewing the
    pros and cons of each and sharing best practice for flooring selection and long-term tenant proofing. Come find out what experienced hands have already started doing to reduce their turnover costs.

    This part of the presentation will be given by Kyle from Father and Son Flooring.

    Part III: Laws by Chapter and Verse

    The Massachusetts General Laws will be made plain by looking at them in a logical, orderly way. We’ll glide over the laws by chapter and verse, pointing out the highlights, key points, and gotchas.
    After this presentation, you’ll be better prepared to find and read the laws for yourself. Anytime someone makes up, “That’s against the law!” you’ll be able to say, “Well, let’s see here.”

    Do you have a sign on your building? You should! Have you told another landlord someone didn’t pay you rent? You shouldn’t! All this and more.

    This part of the presentation will be given by MassLandlords Executive Director Doug Quattrochi. This presenter is not an attorney. We will be providing legal information and
    pointing you to read the law for yourself. We will not be providing advice particular to your situation.

    A building rehabbed by Energywise Homes in Uxbridge
    carpet stained
    Terribly Stained Carpet CC-BY-ND Chris Davies
    cartoon judge for laws by chapter and verse
    Laws by Chapter and Verse

     

    Have you seen our Leave Stuff, Take Stuff Table?

    Market your business, pick up handouts, give away an old doorknob. Everything goes on our first-come, first-served display table at all our events. Please bring business cards, brochures, coupons. And feel free to pick up your own uncollected marketing materials at the end. Everything not claimed end-of-event may be chucked.

     

    Wednesday, October 10th

    Meeting Agenda

    • 5:30pm Sign-in/Networking
      • Networking draws from Worcester, Shrewsbury, Millbury, Auburn, Leicester, Paxton, Holden, West Boylston, Boylston, Grafton, Upton, Northbridge, Sutton, Oxford, Charlton, Spencer, Oakham, Rutland, Princeton, Clinton, and Sterling.
    • 6:15pm Buffet Dinner by The Vintage Grille
    • 6:40pm MassLandlords Business Update and Member Minutes
      • Member Minutes – Any member can have the mic for 60 seconds (introduce yourself, ask a question, share words of wisdom, etc.)
    • 7:00pm Rich Merlino Meeting Introduction
    • 7:05pm Don’t Flush Money Down the Drain,
    • 7:30pm Why Would You Ever Carpet
    • 7:55pm Laws by Chapter and Verse
    • 9:00pm Doors close

    Location

    Worcester Technical High School
    1 Skyline Dr
    Worcester, MA 01603

    Parking

    There is ample free parking in the first lot you see, in the covered garage to your left, on top of the garage (entrance further down road), and around the back of the school

    Food

    • Cheese and crackers, sodas, water, coffee, decaf
    • Hot buffet dinner, incl. salad, rolls
    • Cookies, brownies, and/or blondies

    *Dietary restrictions: purchase an early-bird ticket and email hello@masslandlords.net, we will accommodate you.

    Pricing

    Open to the public. Membership is not required!

    • Early-bird ends seven days prior @ 12pm:
      • Public: $24
      • Members: $14 (log in before you register or you will see the non-member price)
      • Premium Members: No charge and no need to register
    • After Early bird or at the door:
      • Public: $29
      • Members: $19
      • Premium Members: No charge and no need to register

    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff. Check in with your MassLandlords ID card.

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  • West Springfield Thu Oct 11: 1031 Exchanges, How to Raise the Rent
    5:30 PM-9:00 PM
    10/11/2018

    1375 Elm St, West Springfield, MA 01089, USA

    1375 Elm St, West Springfield, MA 01089, USA

    Part I

    When it’s time to raise the rent, can you just declare the new rent level? Or what paperwork is required? Do we need to terminate the tenancy?
    Can they sign an addendum? How do we avoid discrimination, concessions, or other legal gotchas?

    We’ll be walking through the various ways landlords attempt to raise the rent and discussing the pitfalls with each approach. Attendees will leave with a clear understanding of
    the way judges want to see rent raises carried out.

    This part of the presentation will be presented by Attorney Kate Higgins-Shea.

    Attorney Kate Higgins-Shea
    chris brown section1031.com
    Chris Brown of Section1031.com

    Part II

    What’s the biggest tax savings ever? How about if you saved over $100,000?
    Come learn about IRS Section 1031, which allows owners to avoid recapture tax.

    In a nutshell, owners can depreciate their property, saving tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxes
    over the life of the building, and then they can sell out and transfer that money into new property of like kind without paying recapture tax.
    Everyone serious about rental property as an investment vehicle should understand Section 1031. But it’s not for the faint of heart! Tight timelines are involved.
    If you do it only once if your life, it will still save you $100,000 or more, depending on the value of your property.

    This part will be presented by Chris Brown of Edmund & Wheeler.

    Purchase your ticket in just a few clicks!

    Thursday, October 11th

    RHAGS Meeting Agenda

    • 5:30pm Sign-in and Networking
      • Cash bar
      • Networking draws from Springfield, West Springfield, Holyoke, Chicopee, Ludlow, Wilbraham, East Longmeadow, Longmeadow, Agawam, Southwick, Southampton, Easthampton, Northampton, Westhampton, Hadley, South Hadley, Granby, Amherst, Belchertown, Ware, Palmer, Warren, Monson, and Hampden.
    • 6:00pm Buffet dinner
    • 6:40pm State-wide Business Update and Member Minutes
    • 7:00pm Local Updates
    • 7:05pm Legal Update
    • 7:10pm Attorney Kate Higgins-Shea: How to Raise the Rent
    • 7:50pm Chris Brown: Section 1031 Exchanges
    • 8:30pm Networking
    • 9:00pm Doors Close

    Location

    Springfield Country Club
    1375 Elm St
    West Springfield, MA 01089

    Food

    • Hot buffet dinner, incl. salad and rolls
    • Cash bar
    • Hot Coffee & Tea
    • Dessert (cookies, brownies, and blondies)

    *Dietary restrictions: purchase an early-bird ticket and email hello@masslandlords.net, we will accommodate you.

    Pricing

    Open to the public. Non-members always welcome!

    • Door:
      • Public: $41.00
      • Members: $31.00
    • Early bird, reserve seven days prior by 12pm:
      • Public: $36.00
      • Members: $26.00

    Click here to purchase tickets for this event

    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff. Check in with your MassLandlords ID card.

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  • Fitchburg Thu 10/11: Fire Code Updates for Multi-Family Buildings
    6:45 PM-7:00 PM
    10/11/2018

    830-1490 Westminster St, Fitchburg, MA 01420, USA

    830-1490 Westminster St, Fitchburg, MA 01420, USA

    October is Fire Prevention Month!

    Fire Code Updates for Multi-Family Buildings with special guest speaker
    Phil Jordan of the Fitchburg Fire Department.

    On Thursday October 11, 2018 we have a presentation that you absolutely do not want to miss! With the fall season upon us and heating season right around the corner, this meeting is a great primer to review fire code and safety regulations which affect all of our rental properties and multi-unit dwellings.

    Some of the topics we know about are the 10-Year battery sealed smoke detectors. Another topic is fall safety/fire code window release gates that the final decision is still pending through State Sanitary Code. Join us for our open forum and Q&A during the meeting. Come down for a night of sizzling information and education to keep you out of the hot seat.

    As always, there is a door prize raffle at the end of the night. You get a ticket just for showing up at the meeting. You may receive additional tickets by bringing non-perishable food items for donations to local food pantries. The move you give, the better your chances are to win!

    Our Events are Held at Monty Tech

    Thursday, October 11th

    NWCLA Meeting Agenda

    Visit nwcla.com for any last-minute updates or changes.

    • 6:45pm Dinner and Networking
      • Networking draws from Fitchburg, Leominster, Lunenburg, Townsend, Ashby, Ashburnham, Westminster, Gardner, Princeton, Sterling,
        Lancaster, Shirley, Groton, Pepperell, Winchedon, Templeton, and Hubbardston.
    • 7:00pm Presentations

    Location

    Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School (Monty Tech)
    1050 Westminster Street
    Fitchburg, MA 01420

    Parking

    There is ample free parking beside the school. Do not park along the fence where the busses park. Do not park in
    any of the handicap spots unless you have the proper handicap parking sticker.

    Food

    • Dinner by Happy Jack’s Cantina Grille from N. Main St. in Leominster.

    Pricing

    Membership not required! Open to the public.

    • Early-bird ends seven days prior @ 12pm:
      • Public and Members other than NWCLA: $15
      • MassLandlords.net/NWCLA members: pay annual dues, then free
    • After Early bird or at the door:
      • Public and Members other than NWCLA: $20
      • MassLandlords.net/NWCLA members: pay annual dues, then free

    This event is operated by volunteers.

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  • Cambridge Tues 10-16: Market Conditions w Daniel Vasserman, Security Deposit and Pet Liability w Attorney Jordana Greenman
    5:30 PM-9:00 PM
    10/16/2018

    One Broadway, 1 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142, USA

    One Broadway, 1 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142, USA

    Part I

    Is the market overheated? Or do we have a lot more room for price appreciation? The future is impossible to predict, but a little perspective can help us understand what we’re seeing.
    Daniel Vasserman, Executive Director & Client Manager at JPMorgan Chase & Co., will be sharing some personal perspective on the market.
    Daniel will not be speaking for Chase. He will be providing insight about the kinds of deals he sees happening, the recent history of rates, and the conditions under which properties
    are now being bought, sold, and financed.

    Chase Bank specializes in lending to established owner-operators with three or more buildings and five or more units per building.

    Market Conditions and Commercial Lending with Daniel Vasserman
    Housing Court
    Security Deposits and Animals: Minimizing your Liability with Attorney Greenman.

    Part II

    Our second topic will cover the agreement clauses and operational best practices you need to reduce your liability as a rental operator. Particular focus will be on security deposits: is it even
    safe to take a deposit anymore? And there will be heavy emphasis of animals: are they a pet, a service animal, an emotional support animal? And what can you say or do about it?
    Attorney Jordana Greenman and her landlord-tenant practice are based in Boston and receive great reviews at our events.

    Have you seen our Leave Stuff, Take Stuff Table?

    Market your business, pick up handouts, give away an old doorknob. Everything goes on our first-come, first-served display table at all our events. Please bring business cards, brochures, coupons. And feel free to pick up your own uncollected marketing materials at the end. Everything not claimed end-of-night may be chucked.

    Tuesday, October 16th

    Cambridge Meeting Agenda

    • 5:30pm Sign-in and Networking
      • Networking draws from Cambridge, Boston, Somerville, Arlington, Belmont, Watertown, and Malden.
    • 6:00pm Buffet Dinner
    • 6:40pm Executive Director Doug Quattrochi with the MassLandlords Business Update
      • Member Minutes – Any member can have the mic for 60 seconds (introduce yourself, ask a question, share words of wisdom, etc.)
    • 7:00pm Daniel Vasserman: Market Conditions
    • 7:25pm Attorney Jordana Greenman: Security Deposits and Animals
    • 9:00pm Doors close

    Location

    Cambridge Innovation Center
    1 Broadway (5th Floor)
    Cambridge, MA 02142

    ID required Upon entering One Broadway, you will need to check in with the lobby security. You’ll just need to show your ID and let them know you’re going to the MassLandlords event in the 5th floor Venture Cafe.

    Accessing from the T

    • Exit the Kendall T stop on Main St.
    • Cross to the northeast side of Main St. with the Marriott and Chipotle and walk down the street away from Cambridge towards the Longfellow Bridge to Boston.
    • Cross through the plaza with the five-foot high metal globe; One Broadway is the building undergoing construction across the next street.
    • Cross over Broadway to arrive at One Broadway.

    Parking

    Accessible by T and highway. Parking available in several garages for weekend rates. See CIC Directions for details. Pilgrim Parking is $10 enter after 4pm, a two-minute walk from One Broadway, click here for details

    Food

    • Buffet, incl. salad and rolls
    • Water, sodas
    • Cookies

    *Dietary restrictions: purchase an early-bird ticket and email hello@masslandlords.net, we will accommodate you.

    Pricing

    Open to the public. Non-members always welcome!

    • Door:
      • Public: $29.00
      • Members: $19.00
    • Early-bird, reserve by seven days prior @ 12pm:
      • Public: $24
      • Members: $14

     

    Click here to purchase tickets for this event

    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff. Check in with your MassLandlords ID card.

  • Pittsfield Tue 10/16: No October Meeting
    6:00 PM-7:00 PM
    10/16/2018

    1331 North St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

    1331 North St, Pittsfield, MA 01201, USA

    There is no October Meeting.

    Berkshire County Meeting Agenda returns November 20

    • 6:00pm Networking
      • Networking draws from Great Barrington, Lee, Lenox, Stockbridge, Pittsfield, Lanesborough, Cheshire, New Ashford, Adams, North Adams, Clarksburg, Williamstown, Florida,
        Savoy, Hancock, Dalton, Windsor, Hinsdale, Peru, Richmond, Washington, West Stockbridge, Becket, Tyringham, Alford, Otis, Monterey, Sandisfield, New Marlborough, Sheffield, Egremont, and Mount Washington.
    • 6:30pm Dinner, reservation required
    • 7:00pm Speaker

    Location

    Zucchini’s Restaurant (lower level)
    1331 North Street
    Pittsfield, MA 01201

    Parking

    There is ample free parking behind the restaurant

    Food

    • Dinner by Zucchini’s

    Pricing

    Membership not required! General public can come free for your first time.

    • No dinner: just show up
    • Dinner, typically around $22, text Rick at 413-822-8852, call 413-822-8252, or email RHABC99@gmail.com

This event is operated by volunteers.

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  • Cambridge Oct 27: Crash Course in Landlording
    8:30 AM-1:40 PM
    10/27/2018

    1 Broadway 11th floor, Cambridge, MA 02134, USA

    1 Broadway 11th floor, Cambridge, MA 02134, USA

    Sold out

    Learn everything you need to succeed as an owner or manager of residential rental property in Massachusetts.

    This fast-paced course is strictly limited to 16 participants to allow for detailed discussion and Q&A. Course tuition includes:

    • Small group session with the Executive Director, a trained presenter and experienced landlord, and the Legislative Affairs Counsel, an attorney.
    • A comprehensive agenda, see below.
    • Your choice of two books:
      • Every Landlord’s Tax Deduction Guide by NOLO,
      • The Good Landlord by Peter Shapiro,
      • Getting to Yes by Roger Fisher, and/or
      • The Housing Manual by H. John Fisher.
    • A bound summary of all material presented.
    • Breakfast pastries, coffee, tea.
    • Lunch sandwiches, sodas, chips, cookies; all dietary requirements satisfied, please notify us when you purchase a ticket.
    • A MassLandlords ballpoint pen.
    • A coupon for 10% off any MassLandlords annual membership.
    • A MassLandlords certificate of completion and permission to use “MassLandlords Crash Course graduate” on your marketing material.

    Click here to purchase tickets for this event

    crash course instructor douglas quattrochi
    Instructor Douglas Quattrochi

    Featured Testimonial

    “I simply wanted to reach out and express just how happy I am to have attended the landlording crash course. The presentation and delivery of the information was flawless and I certainly have walked away with a greater understanding of the intricacies that govern being an above average landlord/manager.” –
    Michael Murray

    Saturday, October 27th, 2018

    Agenda

    • 8:30 am – Introduction of MassLandlords and course participants
    • 8:45 – Rental markets
      • Urban, suburban, rural
      • Luxury, college, professional, working, subsidized, rooming houses
    • 8:55 – Property selection
      • Lead paint (Legal highlight)
      • Utilities
      • Bones vs surfaces
      • Amenities
      • Repairs and renovations
      • Durable vs beautiful
      • What if I’m stuck with what I’ve got?
    • 9:05 – Sales and marketing 101 for rental property managers
      • Marketing rentals
      • Sales process
      • Staying organized
      • Branding a small business
      • Getting more or fewer calls
      • Tips and tricks
    • 9:45 – Break
    • 9:55 – Applications and screening
      • Criminal, credit, eviction
      • Discrimination (legal highlight)
      • Tenant Screening Workshop
    • 10:50 – Rental Forms
      • Lease vs Tenancy at Will
      • iCORI
      • Eviction notices
    • 11:10 – Legal Matters
      • Late fees
      • Security deposits
      • Eviction process
      • Move-and-store
      • Water and electrical submetering
      • Housing Court vs District Court
      • Warranty of habitability
      • Inspections
      • Subsidies
      • Rent control
    • 12:10 – Break and Lunch, with free form Q&A
    • 12:40 – Maintenance, hiring, and operations
      • Keeping the rent roll and expenses
      • Filing taxes
      • To manage or not to mange
      • Tenants as customers
      • Notifying tenants
      • Extermination
      • Monitoring contractors
      • Lease violations and conflict resolution
      • Record keeping
    • 1:15 – Overview of books and resources for further education
    • 1:20 – Review of unanswered questions
    • 1:40 – End

    Location

    Location Change:

    Cambridge Innovation Center
    Singapore Room
    11th Floor
    One Broadway
    Cambridge, MA 02134

    CIC Boston
    Lighthouse North Room
    20th Floor
    50 Milk St
    Boston, MA 02110

    Accessing from the T

    • Exit the Kendall T stop on Main St.
    • Cross to the side of Main St. with the Chipotle and walk up the street towards Broadway, passing the Chipotle on your left.
    • You will then round the corner to the left and One Broadway will be across the street diagonally.
    • Cross over Third St. and Broadway to arrive at One Broadway.

    For all attendees Upon entering One Broadway, you will need to check in with the lobby security. You'll just need to show your ID and let them know you're going to the MassLandlords event in the 14th floor Charles Room.

    Parking

    Accessible by T and highway. Parking available in several garages for weekend rates. See CIC Directions for details. Pilgrim Parking has affordable rates and is a short walk from the venue, click here for details

    Food

    • Continental Breakfast
      • Fresh Baked Pastries, Muffins and Donuts
      • Variety of Bagels with Cream Cheese and Butter
      • Fresh Cut Fruit
      • Coffee
      • Tea
      • Orange Juice
    • Lunch
      • Assorted Paninis
      • Soft Drinks, ice tea, lemonade, and water

    *Dietary restrictions: purchase a ticket one week in advance and email hello@masslandlords.net, we will accommodate you.

    Pricing

    Open to the public. Membership is not required!

    • Advance registration required:
      • Public: $205
      • Members: $195

    Click here to purchase an Anytime Ticket. We’ll accumulate your ticket with others until we have enough attendees to schedule the next course near you.

    Sold out

    Click here to purchase tickets for this event

    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff.

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Find events by location, from west to east:

  • Pittsfield (RHABC): 3rd Tuesday
  • West Springfield (RHAGS): 2nd Thursday
  • Southbridge (SWCLA): 1st Monday
  • Worcester (WPOA): 2nd Wednesday
  • Fitchburg (NWCLA): 2nd Thursday
  • Marlborough (MWPOA): 2nd Tuesday
  • Waltham (CRRHA): 1st Wednesday
  • Cambridge: 3rd Tuesday

Technical note about purchasing:

Due to a technical limitation of our site, you will need to purchase tickets one at a time. After the first purchase additional tickets can be purchased with one click, without reentering your information.

If you have trouble purchasing online, mark your calendar and come pay at the door. If any event were to sell out we would send an email. Make sure you are on our mailing list and subscribed to updates about local events.

If you have any questions concerning events, please contact us at hello@masslandlords.net.

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