Charles River Past Meetings
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March 1st 2017: Codes and Credit and Changes, Oh My!
Ting Wong from Eastern Bank spoke to us about and took questions on opening a line of credit. We were also very excited to welcome Bill Forte, Inspector of Buildings and Waltham Superintendent of Public Buildings, to dive into building codes. Click here to download presentations and learn more about this meeting
February 2017: The Changing Rental Scene: An In-Depth Interview with Charles O’Neill
Executive Director Doug Quattrochi did a live interview with Charles O’Neill, experienced landlord, real estate broker and MassLandlords member. Charles has a wealth of knowledge built up after working in many areas of real estate. Attendees joined us for a unique opportunity to learn directly from a highly knowledgeable and successful member of our organization. Click here to learn more about this meeting
January 2017: Jeopardy: Landlord Edition
We rang in the new year with a night of networking, learning and fun! We had a fantastic interactive Jeopardy game that helped to educate attendees on topics like: Vacancy, Legalese and Property Odds and Ends. Click here to learn more about this meeting
December 2016: Reasonable Modifications and Accommodations
Attorney Lee educated us on how to reasonably accommodate prospective tenants who require service animals and how to reasonably modify your structure to accommodate the physically disabled. Exterminator Steve Buono also joined us to discuss controlling pests during the winter. Click here to learn more about this meeting
November 2016: Waltham Subsidies, Planning for a new Season of MassLandlords.net/CharlesRiver
MassLandlords runs regular educational/networking events at various locations around the state. We started up a meeting series in the “Charles River” region of Massachusetts, including Arlington, Belmont, Waltham, Watertown, and Newton, to better serve landlords in this unique area. Click here to learn more about this meeting