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SFAA Tenant Attorney Panel, brought back by popular demand. Learn firsthand what these top tenant attorneys have to say.  Understand the tenants perspective and learn how both landlords and tenants can work together to resolve issues before having to deal with legal counsel.

When: May 15, 2017
Where: San Francisco
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Do you have Section 8 residents? Are your residents exempt from rent control or not? This class will explore the dynamics and options to raise rent for Section 8 tenants. Join us to explore your rights regarding rent increases on rent controlled units. You might be pleasantly surprised! This class will be taught by Jo Biel of Eviction Assistance.

When: May 31, 2017
Where: San Francisco, CA
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Our Sub-tenants class helps answer the many questions associated with this topic, including: What do you do when your tenant announces they are moving in a new sub-tenant? How does the new Jane Kim legislation 6.15E affect your lease that states no subletting? Do 6.14 notices still need to be served now that Costa-Hawkins, a state law, governs rent increases when the last original tenant vacates? Should landlords subscribe to the higher requirements of 6.14 in light of ... Details
When: June 6, 2017
Where: San Francisco, CA
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The Environmental Protection Agency has revised its Lead-Based Paint Renovation and Repair Regulations and now requires property owners and management companies to implement lead-safe work practices and certification training for paid contractors and maintenance professionals working in pre-1978 housing. For information about who should take this class and who needs to be certified, please visit the EPA website here. The course is a one-day (eight-hour) class that explains... Details
When: June 13, 2017
Where: San Francisco, CA
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Top Headaches for 2017   Learn first had from industry professionals on policies and procedures that can be used when dealing with tenants and issues that may arise on your property.

When: June 19, 2017
Where: San Francisco
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CCRM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERIES This course will give you the knowledge you need to understand and perform the day to day tasks of property management. Make your resume stand out from others when interviewing. Topics covered in this course include: Preparing the Property and Professional Leasing Skills The Move-In-Process, Rent Collection and Notices Resident Issues and Ending the Tenancy Professional Skills for Supervisors Maintenance Management: Maintaining a Property Liability &... Details
When: July 6 – September 7, 2017
Where: San Francisco, CA
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San Francisco Mandatory Soft Story Upgrades What you don’t know about the mandatory seismic retrofit ordinance can end up costing you thousands of dollars. Do you know what others are paying for their retrofits? Do you know how long the retrofit process should take or how to properly screen and work with engineers and contractors? Do you know how to recover 100% of your capital improvement costs from your tenants? Or how to legally manage tenant relocation or other issues during... Details
When: July 12, 2017
Where: San Francisco, CA
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Violations of Abestos regulations can carry penalties of up to $25,000 per day, per violation! This 16-hour mandatory course taken over two days is individually designed to meet the needs of property maintenance staff as they engage in routine facility maintenance that may require incidental disturbance of asbestos containing material. This course meets the requirements for accomplishing Class III and Class IV asbestos-related work. Training is accomplished through lectures, use... Details
When: July 17–18, 2017
Where: San Francisco, CA
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When: July 17, 2017
Where: San Francisco
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SFAA's popular two-part Landlord 101 class provides property owners and managers with the latest best practices around beginning and ending tenancy. Landlord 101 is taught by SF's top Real Estate attorneys Dave Wasserman of Wasserman-Stern and Curtis Dowling of Dowling-Marquez, LLP. Both of these classes count toward CCRM continued education: Part I - Beginning the tenancy Tenant selection. Application process. Signing the Lease. Security deposits. Move-in inspection. Rent... Details
When: July 25, 2017
Where: San Francisco, CA
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When: August 21, 2017
Where: San Francisco