December 08, 2021 | 9am-Noon | ZOOM
Knowing how to use and comply with state law that governs all rental housing operations can save time, make you money, and minimize legal difficulties. This is a must for any property owner, community manager, and leasing consultant. You will review the revised law, which outlines the rights and responsibilities for both landlords and renters. Time will be allocated for audience questions and answers. Get your CALP, CAM, CAPS, and Real Estate CEC's.
Class Requirements for Zoom RE Credit:
- You must be alone in a quiet location with no distractions. You may not attend this class from a vehicle, public location or any location that is not private.
• You must be able to use Zoom on a device that has a camera and microphone. You may NOT use a Smartphone or mini iPad to attend this class.
• You must appear to be paying attention during class. Sitting at a desk and looking at the camera/screen is best, while lying back on a couch or chair makes it appear as if you are sleeping. If you are talking with another person in the room, or on the phone talking, you are not paying attention to the class, and therefore, you may not receive class credit.
• Your camera must be stable and showing you from shoulders up.
• You must be present on camera at all times, with the exception for a needed 1-2-minute break. We will take attendance a number of times throughout the class via chat requests and polling.
• We recommend signing on at least 15 minutes before class begins to be sure you are able to resolve any technical issues.
Member | $30
Non- Member | $60
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Attorney Holliday has engaged in Landlord/Tenant practice since 1996. She is a Justice of the Peace Pro Tem and Superior Court Pro Tem. She is a certified instructor for the Department of Real Estate, Arizona Association of Realtors, Property Management Institute and National Association of Real Property Managers. She is president of ALTA since 2003 and a training instructor for ALTA since 2001. She has been a keynote speaker at several legal seminars regarding Landlord/Tenant issues presented to the Association of Landlord/Tenant Attorneys, Maricopa County Justices of the Peace, Maricopa County Judge Pro Tempores, Continuing Education for Attorneys, and Co-Jet training for Judges, NARPM, AHMA, and numerous other professional associations. She also assists Law Enforcement and Property Managers with Crime Free Programs for apartment complexes.
is a Tucson native and has been practicing law and representing landlords in Southern Arizona for 20 years. Blythe attended UCLA and Graduated with a degree in Business Economics from their Honors Program. She returned home to obtain her Juris Doctorate from the University of Arizona. As a wife, dog owner, and the mother of two teenage daughters, Blythe is always busy working in her community. Blythe’s Practice focuses on representing Landlords and Property Managers in Real Estate and Collection Matters.
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