HYATT REGENCY | JAMES L. KNIGHT CENTER - October 26, 2016
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Hyatt Regency Hotel | James L Knight Center - Wednesday, October 26, 2016 - 10:30am to 3:00pm (Seminars begin at 9:00am)


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Get the tools and information you need to manage your condo or HOA more efficiently. 

 

Regional and national experts will offer insights into the latest industry trends and best practices in legal oversight, financing, maintenance, renovations, energy efficiency, administration, communication and more. 

 

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Condo, HOA's and Property Management Expo & Seminars

 We are adding to our list of presenters regularly.  Please check back often for updates.  

Note: Because of time constraints, many courses may take place simultaneously.  Please scroll down the page to see all available course options so that you may plan your day accordingly.






CONDO & HOA BOARD CERTIFICATION - 2 CEU'S (BC/ELE)
9:00am - 11:00am
PRESENTED BY: SRHL LAW
Fulfill your legally mandated education requirements while learning valuable and integral information in this comprehensive board member certification course. Topics discussed will include condominium management and operations, proper procedures for board member election, budgeting and fiscal responsibilities, as well as an overview of current condominium laws to assist in the understanding of board members' legal duties. This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.(Course: 9626111)


MAINTENANCE, RULES AND FINES ENFORCEMENT - 2 CEU'S (ELE)
9:00am - 11:00am
PRESENTED BY: Andrew Cuevas - Cuevas & Associates, P.A.
Learn how to enforce the rules and restrictions in your property. This comprehensive course will cover topics such as maintenance arrears, interest and late charges, and procedures for collection of maintenance arrears. Also discussed will be estoppel letters, demand letters, and foreclosure action. (Course #9626730)


2017 LEGAL UPDATE - 2 CEU'S (LU1)
9:15am - 11:15am
PRESENTED BY: Michael Bender - Kaye Bender Rembaum
Get updated on legislative changes made in 2017. This course will discuss the pros and cons of changes made by legislature, how they affect your community, and how they impact collections from tenants in delinquent units, suspension of use rights, fire-sprinkler retrofit extensions, and foreclosure practices. Gain a bird’s-eye- view of legislation workings its way through the Capital.


PEOPLE, PETS AND PARKING - 1 CEU (OPP)
10:00am - 11:00am
PRESENTED BY: Russell Robbins - Basulto Robbins & Associates, LLP
Learn how to address the most frequent annoyances in your community. Topics include Association approvals vs. right of first refusal, service animals vs. emotional support pets, parking regulations, towing, records requests, restraining orders, and dealing with difficult members of your Association.


HOW TO PRACTICE SAFE STRESS - 1 CEU (HR/ELE)
12:30pm - 1:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Michael G. Zawaki & Lorraine Megdanis - Presentation Dynamics
Develop positive ways to relieve job stress and minimize burnout.


PITFALLS OF THE SCREENING & APPROVAL PROCESS - 1 CEU (HR/ELE)
12:30pm - 1:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Michael Bender - Kaye Bender Rembaum
Participants in this class will learn the differences between a right of approval and a right of first refusal, the fair housing and anti-discrimination issues that must be taken into account, how to conduct the screening process in a uniform and consistent manner and what steps they must take in connection with approval or rejection of an application for transfer approval, and suggestions for proper restrictions on “guests”.


HOARDERS - CLEARING OUT THE CLUTTER - 1 CEU (OPP/ELE)
12:45pm - 1:45pm
PRESENTED BY: Leeyen Sieza - Super Restoration
When a water, mold or fire damage emergency occurs, the ensuing damage can most certainly be stressful for the homeowner & property manager. When the damage occurs in hoarders’ home – the results are truly catastrophic. This course discusses the challenges of handling a water, mold or fire damage emergency in a hoarder’s property from an Association’s perspective. What are the property managers’ responsibilities & liabilities when dealing with this issue? What are your restorers’ responsibilities when working in a hoarder’s home? Attend this class and find out.


I HAVE NO RESERVES AND I NEED A LOAN - 1 CEU (IFM/ELE)
12:45pm - 1:45pm
PRESENTED BY: Executive National Bank
Improve your capital by learning how to secure a loan with little or no reserves.


WHAT A BOARD SHOULD EXPECT OF THEIR MANAGER
12:45pm - 1:45pm
PRESENTED BY: Rich Parker - The Presidents Club
This course was designed for board members and managers. Learn how to create an action plan for your manager to follow.


"VIDA EN EL MUNDO DE CONDOMINIOS" (SPANISH BOARD CERTIFICATION) - 2 CEU'S (BC)
2:00pm - 4:00pm
PRESENTED BY: Dania S. Fernandez, Esq. - Dania S. Fernandez & Associates, P.A.
"Vida en el Mundo de Condominios" is a spanish DBPR approved Board Certification course. The course incorporates Association laws, Board duties and responsibilities, handling a board meeting, insurance requirements, collection tactics, budget, elections and assessments. Throughout the course, all guests will be encouraged to participate in question and answer dialogue.


FACILITIES UPGRADES: WHAT A CAM MUST KNOW - 1 CEU (HR/ELE)
2:30pm - 3:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Jessica Raffo - The Water Restoration Group
The Facilities Upgrades: What a CAM Must Know course (#9627136) will cover the difference between capital Improvements and routine repairs and the accounting components of each. It explores which parties are involved in a capital improvement project, how these parties are compensated and the different forms of compensation. Important factors when choosing a contractor, the bidding process and how to analyze and compare bids are also discussed


WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU SUSPECT CONSTRUCTION DEFECTS - 1 CEU (OPP/ELE)
2:30pm - 3:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Paul P. Terry Jr. - Angius & Terry LLP
Receive in-depth knowledge and understanding of the Florida Statutes that pertain to construction defect claims, construction defect claim timelines, how to identify if you have construction defects and the roles of community associations, the Board of Directors and the developer


ELECTRONIC VOTING & MORE - 1 CEU (OPP/ELE)
2:30pm - 3:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Lazaro Gonzalez - Florida DBPR
Learn how to make the process of electronic voting run smoothly in your condo or HOA. This course will cover the proper procedures for giving notices electronically, providing records, and setting up online election voting.


ACCOUNTING PRACTICES FOR COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS - 2 CEU'S (IFM)
2:30pm - 4:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Stephen Needleman - AKAM On-Site, Inc.
Understand how the financial management process works and learn to design a system that works. Get detailed information on the positions of power, the accounting cycle and other necessary accounting practices.