This course will take place over three days, Tuesday-Thursday, April 25-27, from 9:00 -11:00 a.m.
You must be and remain on camera and mic each day. The ZOOM room will open 30 minutes prior to the workshop to test your equipment and connection.
Part 1 covers the process, tips, and techniques of successful tenant selection and the critical importance of contemporary tenancy agreements and effective documentation. We’ll explore:
This class will cover:
The Right Renters – the four steps process for successful tenant selection
Tenancy Agreements – the Manager’s #1 Resource
Documentation – the critical importance of the right forms for the right situation
Comments from recent course deliveries...
“Eye opening!”, “Al is always informative and knowledgeable”,
“Very fast moving”,“Very well presented”.
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Cost: PAMA Members: $125 +GST
Non-members: $156 +GST
Comments from recent course participants:
“Eye opening!” “Al is always informative and knowledgeable”,
“Very fast moving” “Very well presented”
Presented by Al Kemp, President of A. G. Kemp & Associates Inc., this three part workshop based course (Parts 1, 2 & 3) is designed for new and experienced property managers, rental property owners, resident managers, and prospective managers. Each part is highly interactive with lots of opportunities to ask questions and discuss answers. Al’s “boots on the ground” approach relates the day to day business of managing tenancies to the law – not the other way around.
Each part of this ZOOM-presented course is for 2 to 3 hours on successive Tuesday to Thursday mornings and includes handouts for future reference.You can take all three Parts, or any one or two. You must attend all three days of a Part to receive a completion certificate.
A residential landlord for over 20 years, and CEO of the former Rental Owners and Managers Society of BC for 16, Al has been serving, assisting, and educating rental housing providers since 1997. His relevant experience includes business leadership, strategic problem solving, residential tenancies, manufactured home community tenancies, dispute resolution, and government relations.