The Apartment Association of Southeastern WI Proudly Presents Attorney Tristan Pettit's
LANDLORD BOOT CAMP 2019
Updated Again For 2019!
Sweeping changes were made in 2012, 2014, 2016 and in March of 2018 to Wisconsin's Landlord Tenant Law with Act 143, Act 76, Act 176 and Act 317.
Wisconsin Eviction Notice requirements changed under 2016 Act 176, and again in March 2018 with Act 317
These changes represent both traps for owners who are unaware of the changes as well as opportunities to run your properties more effectively for owners who have taken the time to learn the new laws.
The revised Landlord Boot Camp incorporates the latest information and tips to make following the new rules easier and more effective
- Members $189
- Non-Members $329
- Boot Camp plus 12 Month AASEW Membership $330
Landlording can be pretty complex, with a seemingly never ending myriad of paperwork, rules, landlord-tenant laws and simple mistakes that can cost you thousands.
The Apartment Association of Southeastern Wisconsin's Landlord Boot Camp can help you navigate these treacherous waters and learn how to run your properties with greater profit and less hassles.
Who: Taught by Attorney Tristan Pettit, who drafts many of the landlord tenant forms for Wisconsin Legal Blank.
Attorney Tristan Pettit has given similar landlord-tenant law seminars to fellow attorneys, landlords, and property manager organizations that charge their members $400-$500. This is your opportunity to learn all of the same information at a huge discount through the Apartment Association .
When: October 26th, 2019 Registration opens at 7:10 AM. The seminar is 8:30 to 5 with a half hour lunch break. There will be a one hour question and answer session afterwards, ending promptly at 6 PM. Many will find the Q&A invaluable, therefore you may wish to make arrangements to stay until 6 PM.
Where: Four Points by Sheraton Milwaukee Airport 5311 S. Howell Avenue, Milwaukee [Map]
Included: 100 plus page manual to help you put what you learn into practice.
Landlord Boot Camp covers what you need to know about residential Landlord Tenant law in Wisconsin, as amended in March 2012 by Act 143, in March 2014 by Act 76, in March 2016 by Act 176, and again in March 2018 with the signing of Act 317.
Last year’s AASEW Landlord Boot Camp sold out. So call early to reserve your spot.
Lunch IncludedComplimentary coffee will be offered through the mid-morning break. Lunch is included and consists of a grilled bacon and BBQ chicken breast sandwich, homemade potato chips and a beverage.
A vegetarian option is available if requested at the time of sign up.
Remember that "landlording” is a business — Take yours to the next level by educating yourself on how to better manage your tenants and avoid costly errors!
What you will learn at the Apartment Association's Fall 2019 Landlord Boot Camp!
- How to properly screen prospective tenants
- How to draft written screening criteria to assist you in the selection process
- How to comply with both federal and state Fair Housing laws including how to comply with "reasonable modifications” and "reasonable accommodations” requests
- How to legally reject an applicant
- What rental documents you should be using and why
- When you should be using a 5-day notice versus a 14-day notice, 28-day notice, or 30-day notice and how to properly serve the notice on your tenant Wisconsin Eviction Notices requirements have changed a lot in the past few years, with major changes in March 2016 and again in March 2018
- Everything you wanted to know (and probably even more than you wanted to know) about the Residential Rental Practices (ATCP 134) and how to avoid having to pay double damages to your tenant for breaching ATCP 134
- When you are legally allowed to enter your tenant’s apartment
- How to properly draft an eviction summons and complaint
- What to do to keep the commissioner from dismissing your eviction suit
- What you can legally deduct from a security deposit
- How to properly draft a security deposit transmittal / 21-day letter
- How to handle pet damage
- What to do with a tenant’s abandoned property and how this may affect whether or not you file an eviction suit
- How to pursue your ex-tenant for damages to your rental property and past due rent (and whether it is even worth it to do so)
- An ample question and answer period. This alone is worth the admission.
. . . and much more.