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Southbridge - Mon October 03
Molly Maids
Open to SWCLA
Members only
SWCLA members pay annual dues then free
Virtual Meeting - Wed October 05
Good Landlording Hygiene: Take Your Real Estate from Stinky to Squeaky Clean
$21 $7
Virtual Meeting - Wed October 12
Section 8 Tutorial
$21 $7
Virtual Meeting - Thu October 13
Security Deposits, Last Month’s Rent and Move-in Monies
$21 $7
Expert Conversation - Thu October 13
Expert Conversation with Alec Bewsee
Membership is
Fitchburg - Thu October 13
A Public Adjuster & Why You Need One
$20 In Person
$10 Zoom
NWCLA members pay annual dues then free
Virtual Meeting - Tue October 18
State Sanitary Code from Floor to Ceiling
$30 $10
Crash Course - Sat October 22
The MassLandlords Crash Course in Landlording
$250 $225

Early bird pricing available until noon seven days prior.

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June 06 - June 12
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    SWCLA Virtual Meeting Mon June 7: The Housing Mediation Program

    7:00 PM-8:00 PM

    Part of Governor Baker’s comprehensive Eviction Diversion Initiative is The Housing Mediation Program that uses mediation as a homelessness prevention and housing stability vehicle to help mitigate the human and economic costs of eviction.

    Family Services of Central Mass is one of the MA Community Mediation Centers offering FREE mediation services to parties before, during, or after eviction notices have been filed in court. Their aim is to reach cases before they enter the legal system. By using mediation, parties may be able to avoid the costs and concerns of court involvement altogether. Their confidential mediation process is a way for the parties to have a conversation facilitated by two highly trained, neutral co-mediators, most often leading to a mutually acceptable agreement, which keeps the tenants stably housed and the landlords from mortgage foreclosure. When needed, interpreters can be arranged.

    This presentation will be given by:

    • Robin Bahr Casey, Housing Mediation Program Coordinator
    • Norka Michelen N., Esq., Project Manager, Mediation Dept.

    PLEASE NOTE: Given the current COVID-19 precautions, we have decided to continue holding our meetings via ZOOM until further notice.

    All members whose dues are up to date will be sent a link to the meeting via email. From that email, all you have to do is click on the link and it will bring you to the meeting.

    Monday, June 7th

    SWCLA Meeting Agenda

    • 7:00p Meeting Start
    • 8:00p Meeting wrap-up


    Zoom meeting information will be emailed to SWCLA members on the day of the event and viewable online.


    Open to SWCLA Members only. Pay annual dues then free. All SWCLA members whose dues are up to date will be sent a link to the meeting via email.

    This event is operated by volunteers.


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  • 09

    Short Virtual Meeting Wed June 9: Tenant Screening Overview, Rental Applications

    12:00 PM-1:00 PM

    Part I: Tenant Screening Overview

    Tenant screening skills are more important than ever in this climate. If you cannot screen adequately, you may be better off
    leaving your units vacant. We will discuss increasing pass/fail thresholds on written applicant qualifiers, and using such qualifiers before you list a unit
    to evaluate whether to list at all.

    We will then explain how to check credit, criminal, and eviction history. Which sources can we check? What do the reports mean?
    This segment will review all of these factors, as well as give a comprehensive
    look at discrimination protections. We’ll show you how to protect your assets while also giving equal housing opportunity to all.

    Under fair housing in particular, we will cover age discrimination and emotional support animals. Attendees will learn when you can take a photo ID
    and how to verify requests for reasonable accommodation.

    Part II: Rental Applications

    The critical step in a tenant screening process is the rental application. Is it complete? Is it true? And is it enough?

    In this segment, we will review the general context in which tenant screening happens, covering credit, criminal, and housing history.
    Then we will review the MassLandlords application box-by-box, with examples completed. Can we verify their prior address? What do their pay stubs look like, or
    do they have proof of subsidy or other income? Why does it say “etc.” under pets? Finally, we’ll give guidance on how to communicate acceptance or rejection, and
    why ghosting an applicant may come back to haunt you.

    Attendees will leave with a clear understanding of how to use the MassLandlords rental application, how to verify information presented, and how to rent
    knowing your new customers are likely to succeed.

    Jeremy Durrin of Background Examine
    Jeremy Durrin of Background Examine

    Jeremy Durrin is the president of Background Examine, a Massachusetts employment and tenant screening company. Jeremy lives in the local Western MA community based in Westhampton MA. He has been in the background screening industry over the past 10 years working for a national company and is now the President of his own firm. Jeremy started the company 3 years ago to offer a more clear service option for company’s in MA and all around the country wanting to run compliant background checks on tenants and prospective employees.

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    “No Sales Pitch” Guarantee

    MassLandlords offers attendees of directly managed events a “No Sales Pitch” guarantee. If a guest speaker offers services, their presentation will not discuss pricing, promotions, or reasons why you should hire them.
    We do not permit speakers to pay for or sponsor events. Guest speakers are chosen for their expertise and willingness to present helpful
    educational content. Your purchase of an event ticket sustains our nonprofit model.

    Open to attendees statewide

    You are welcome to participate in this virtual meeting no matter where you are.

    Wednesday, June 9th

    Short Virtual Meeting Agenda

    • 12:00pm Presentation begins, blends with Q&A
    • 1:00pm Q&A ends

    Participation is Easy

    We have two formats of online events:

    • Virtual meetings include optional audience participation via video, phone, and screenshare
      and are not recorded.
    • Webinars have limited participation options (typed questions only) and are recorded.

    Our virtual registration desk is open for all events one hour starting 30 minutes prior to the event start time.
    Call 774-314-1896 or email for live, real-time help signing in
    and using your technology.

    If joining a virtual meeting, please use the zoom “test audio” feature. You will be
    allowed to talk to others if your microphone is good and there is no background noise.
    We reserve the right to mute anyone for any reason. Attendees without a microphone or who don’t want to be heard can type questions.

    Virtual Meeting Details (hosted by Zoom)

    We will share our video, audio, and computer screen and slides.

    • Optional: You can share your video with everyone, talk to everyone, and type chat with everyone. Video sharing is not required. Talking is not required.

    Password will be emailed and viewable online.

    Topic: Virtual Meeting June 9, 2021
    Time: Jun 9, 2021 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 812 6680 7150
    Passcode: Will be emailed and viewable online

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    Meeting ID: 812 6680 7150
    Passcode: Will be emailed and viewable online
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    Open to the public. Membership is not required!

    • Contemporaneous participation:
      • Public: $14
      • Members: $7
      • Premium Members: No charge and no need to register. Click here for meeting details and password.

    This event will not be recorded.

    Slides and handouts if any will be uploaded
    to Tenant Screening.


    Click here to purchase tickets for this event

    The virtual meeting counts for continuing education credit for Certified Massachusetts Landlord Level Three. Beep in. Leave feedback/beep out.

    This event is operated by MassLandlords staff.

    Want to speak at a MassLandlords meeting? Submit a speaker request.

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

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    Fitchburg Thu June 10: Navigating Water Damage at your Rental Property

    7:00 PM

    Join us from the comfort of your home for our monthly online Zoom meeting, this month we will hear from our NWCLA Sponsor Fire Water Mold. Sometimes the unexpected happens at your rentals, pipes burst, plumbing fails, roof leaks can cause damages unseen. You can always get the issue resolved but what next?

    Find out what to do immediately after the damages occur. Knowing the risks involved and how to proceed can make all of the difference in your bottom line. Not knowing what to do can result in lost time and potentially a larger repair bill. Join us to learn how not to get soaked by water damage.

    Meetings are open to the public! Tickets are $10. Zoom meeting information will be provided the day of the event. Become a member and the annual dues pay for all 10 meetings a year!

    Thursday, June 10th

    NWCLA Meeting Agenda

    Visit for any last-minute updates or changes.

    • 7:00pm Presentations


    Participation is Easy

    As a result of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, our events have been replaced by webinars or virtual meetings
    held during the traditional event time for each former location.


    Membership not required! Open to the public.

    • Public and Members other than NWCLA: $10
    • members: pay annual dues, then free

    Zoom meeting information will be provided the day of the event.

    This event will be recorded and accessible for active NWCLA members only at

    This event is operated by volunteers.


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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

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