2018 LLA LAW CLASSES FOR LANDLORDS “Successful Landlording” RSVP NECESSARY
Non Members are charged 160.00 a class

3RD WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH

LOCATION; ALL CLASSES HELD AT Timber Creek Grill & Buffet,

9211 E. Montgomery (Argonne Plaza), SPOKANE, WA Approx. $15.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage and tax, Beer, Wine, Tip Extra

FREE PARKING

CLASSES ARE STARTING

  • January 17, 2018, Wednesday 6-8 pm. Landlord Law Part I. Landlording basics;   Rights and Responsibilities; Leases and Rental Agreements; Deposits; Fees; Property   Condition Reports; Overview of the Landlord-Tenant Act. Title 18 Spokane City. Felonies. Landlord attorney. Robert Rowley, Attorney at Law, P.S.

           

  • February 21, 2018, Wednesday 6-8 pm. Landlord Law Part II.  Serving notices; Evictions, How to dispose of abandoned property; Unauthorized occupants; Landlord Defenses; Updating your screening methods. Landlord attorney.  Landlord attorney. Steven Schneider,  Attorney at Law, P.S.

 

  • March 21, 2018, Wednesday – 6-8 pm. Landlord Law Part III. Using Social Media in Landlording, Roommate leases and problems, Medicinal Marijuana, Service Animals, Military deployment of tenants, and other topics of current concern.  Landlord attorney. Robert Rowley, Attorney at Law, P.S.

 

  • April 18, 2018, Wednesday 6-8 pm.  Going back to basics: Forms? Did you know the LLA has 43 different forms? What forms should you use? Why do you need to use forms? How do you deliver a 3-day notice, 10-day notice, and 48-hour notice? How do you fill out a 3-day notice, 48 hour notice? Don’t miss out. Come with questions? You will leave with amazing knowledge. Remember what knowledge can do for you. Landlord attorney. Steven Schneider, Attorney at Law, P.S.

 

 

All legal and study materials provided.     

Come as you are after work

 

Due to space limitations, the law classes are free only to LLA members

Non Members are charged 150.00 a class

Sponsored by the Landlord Association of the Inland NW

 

Dinner Meeting November 15 (Wednesday), 2017,  6-8pm

“Successful Landlording/housing providers”

  Topics: Section 8, Inspections, a General overview of Section 8 and Title 18? Speaker LLA has gotten word that Dave Scott will be at the dinner meeting, come with your questions.  This class is designed to put you in firm control of the knowledge needed for being a successful landlord. “Spiders” “Cockroaches” (Look Who Is Coming Back) Raymond Vanderlouw with Pointe Pest Control before and after. Come with your questions for Raymond. Meetings at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine, and tip extra.  Guests welcome.

We are having door prizes.

Come network with other landlords/housing providers.

What will you miss? Don’t miss out.

 

2017 Crime Prevention Conference

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Every day is a good day to fight crime, but did you know October is Crime Prevention Month?

Since 1984, October has been designated as the month to spotlight what we (all of us) can do to reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim of a crime.

The fact of the matter is, crime prevention is everybody’s business and every October the Sheriff’s Crime Prevention Unit and SCOPE’s Neighborhood Watch hosts a Crime Prevention Conference at the Sheriff Training Center located at 6011 N Chase Road, Newman Lake, WA 99025.

Are drugs and crime plaguing your neighborhood? Would you like to learn skills and information to empower you to impact your neighborhood in a positive way?

Learn the SafeStreets program, address nuisance properties, work with code enforcement and see how Neighborhood Watch and Business Watch can be powerful tools for your neighborhood.

Sir Robert Peel said, “The people are the police and the police are the people.” One result of this truism is the necessity of private citizens and law enforcement to work together and share information.

To learn more and/or get a registration form, please contact 509-477-3055 or e-mail Vdelcambremorris@spokanesheriff.org<mailto:Vdelcambremorris@spokanesheriff.org>.

2017 Crime Prevention Conference

WHEN:                 Saturday, October 28, 2017

Where:                 Sheriff’s Training Center, 6011 N. Chase Road, Newman Lake, WA

Time:                    9:00 AM4:00 PM Lunch will be provided

Cost:                      $15.00 per person or $10.00 for law enforcement volunteers or students

For more information, please contact the Crime Prevention Deputies:

Deputy David Morris 509-477-6044, email: dwmorris@spokanesheriff.org<mailto:dwmorris@spokanesheriff.org>

Deputy Chris Johnston 509-477-2592, email: crjohnston@spokanesheriff.org<mailto:crjohnston@spokanesheriff.org>

Neighborhood Watch Coordinator Venus Delcambre-Morris, 509-477-3055, email: vdelcambremorris@spokanesheriff.org<mailto:vdelcambremorris@spokanesheriff.org>

Crime Prevention Website: http://www.spokanecounty.org/1376/Crime-Prevention-Unit

Deputy Mark Gregory
Spokane County Sheriff’s Office
Spokane Valley Police Department
Public Information Officer
509-477-3287     Office
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How to be a Successful  Landlord”

Knowledge Knowledge

Dinner Meeting on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 6-8 pm 

There will be 4 Door Prizes at the October Dinner Meeting:

  1. $60 gift certificate for Clinkerdagger’s restaurant for a door prize Sponsored by Steven Schneider Law Office.
  2. $100 True Legends Grill (in Liberty Lake) gift card for a door prize Sponsored by easyapartmentsell.com
    Tyler Vinson
  3. $119.00 gift certificate for Stanley Steemer for a door prize Sponsored by Stanley Steemer.
  4. $95.00 gift bucket full of cleaning supplies for a door prize Sponsored by Stanley Steemer.

    Topics: Burned out on land lording? Think smart, what are your options? Decide an exit strategy to protect your equity and cash flow. Speaker: Tyler Vinson is here to help guide you through and answer your questions.  This class is designed to put you in firm control of the knowledge needed for your options. “Bedbugs” “Spiders” “Cockroaches” Raymond Vanderlouw with Pointe Pest Control before and after. Come with your questions for Raymond. Meetings at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine, and tip extra.  Guests welcome.

 

 September 20, 2017 Dinner Meeting. What did you miss?

Door Prizes: Sponsored by Steven Schneider Law Office. Thank you Steven Schneider.

Candidates Running for Spokane City Council was invited to speak and take questions:

Breean Beggs      Andy Dunau    Tim Benn

Members asking tough questions

 

 

 

Dinner Meeting on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 6-8 pm

Speakers: Come meet the Candidates running for Spokane City Council. We asked them all to our dinner meeting. Come with questions.

Speaker: Debbie Hamilton with Fletcher Financial Services Presenting:  Medicare and Retirement, This a must know when to sign up, Part A, Part B, and D. See the Article in the Rental Review come with Questions.

Chris Bourassa CPA with Omlin, Gunning, and Associates, P.S. and Alexander Scott LLA member, Topic: How to make your investments more profitable. Now that is one awesome topic. No one should miss out on the dinner meeting. Unless you already have all the money you need. This class is designed to put you in firm control of your finances with a focus on how to make a profit. Meetings at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine, and tip extra.  Guests welcome.

 

News Alert: Special Title 18 Education Forum Thursday June 29

Residential Rental Property

Title 18 Educational Forum

New  Legislation for Landlords, Property Managers, Realtors & Attorneys Brought to you by:

Landlord Association of the Inland Northwest and City of Spokane

Thursday, June 29, 2017, 2 pm – 5 pm Doors open at 1:15 pm Empire Health Foundation’s Philanthropy Center 1020 W. Riverside Ave, Downtown Spokane

Creating clarity through community engagement. Learn how this ordinance affects you along with best implementation practices.

Forum Topics & Presenters: ● History & Overview of Title 18 presented by Councilmember Karen Stratton ● Title 18 Panel Discussion ○ City of Spokane, local Landlord & Legal Aid Attorneys, Spokane Housing Ventures & Northwest Fair Housing Alliance ● Voucher & Rental Assistance Panel Discussion ○ Spokane Housing Authority, Goodwill, Veterans Programs, SNAP, Spokane Low Income Housing Consortium, WA Tenants Union ● Educational Presentation ○ Learning Systems Online ○ Northwest Mediation Center ● Informational Tables  Contact Bettie Stiritz at (509) 795-1837 or Title18ForumSpokane@gmail.com for additional information

Click on the link for the flyer:

Title 18 Forum

Housing Quality Definitions & Standards – Community Forum

June 13, 14 and 15 click on the link below for time and location.

We need all landlords to attend.

Click on the link below.

News Alert

https://landlordassoc.org/wp-content/uploads/Housing-Quality-2017-flyer.pdf  

Please come

“How to be a Successful  Landlord” Knowledge Knowledge

 

Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 6-8 pm,

 

Annual Election of Board of Directors

Don’t Miss Out

 

Topic: Small Claims Court and Wills.

Speaker: Steven Schneider Attorney  at Law, Don’t Miss Out

Topic: Is Real Property the Fix for you Retirement

Lance with United First Commercial Lending. What will you miss

 

Who can sue and be sued?

In today’s society, you can add “lawsuits” to death and taxes as things that are inevitable.

Simply ignoring them won’t make them go away.

The pros and cons going to Small Claims Court.

 

What should we all be investing in for our retirement? Come find out.

 

 

2017 Inland Northwest Fair Housing Conference

Inland Northwest Fair Housing Conference Planning Committee

Thursday, April 20, 2017 from 8:15 AM to 4:25 PM (PDT)

Spokane Convention Center
334 West Spokane Falls Boulevard
Spokane, WA 99201

click on    FAIR HOUSING CONFERENCE

 

2017 LLA LAW CLASSES FOR LANDLORDS Successful LandlordingNO RSVP NECESSARY

3RD WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH

ALL CLASSES HELD AT Timber Creek Grill & Buffet,

9211 E. Montgomery (Argonne Plaza), SPOKANE, WA  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage and tax, Beer, Wine, Tip Extra

FREE PARKING

CLASSES HAVE STARTED

“How to be a Successful Landlord”

KNOWLEDGE

 

Membership meeting on Wednesday, April 19, 2016, 6-8 pm.  Screening, screening and rescreening your prospective new tenant, both screening companies. Speakers: Cole Hockett Account Manager with ACRAnet. Topic: Tenant Screening.  Jacci Aronowwith Bonda Data Research. Topic: Tenant Screening.  Compass Construction, Topic: Mold.

Meetings are at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine, and tip extra.

  • Screening, screening and re-screening and how you do that? April 19th dinner meeting to learn from both our screening companies. Come with questions you have about screening.
  • What is the process to run an application?
  • What do you want from the report?
  • What will get from the report?
  • Are there different reports?
  • What is the cost for the reports?
  • Attend the meeting to have the knowledge about screening. One of the most important parts to be a successful landlord. Knowledge is power or is it money?

 

  • The screening process starts with a great written Criteria, do you have one?
  • Just what is a written Criteria?
  • Attend the April 19th meeting and receive samples of written criteria’s.
  • Washington State Senate Bill 6315 says that if you use tenant screening and/or consumer reports, you must comply with this bill, effective June 7, 2012. This law provides applicants with more information up front when deciding whether or not to submit an application and before paying the tenant screening fee.
  • The criteria must list what could result in denial of the application. Can also be called your Resident Acceptance Policy, as well as the more common Rental Criteria or Screening Criteria. Don’t miss out.

Mold

  • Just what is mold
  • Does mold exist everywhere
  • How do you know if you have bad mold
  • Are there real good checks for mold
  • When selling a place what is important to know about mold
  • Does mold exist in carpet

 

Come network with other landlords. We can all learn from each other. We are here to help each other be successful landlords. Come with your knowledge to share, come to learn, come to network and come to have fun. We can use a laugh or two.

 

 

Dinner meetings

SOME OF OUR PAST MEETINGS

Landlord Law Part III, 6-8 pm Wednesday, March 15th, Meetings are at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine, and tip extra.

  • Using Social Media in Landlording,
  • Roommate leases and problems,
  • Medicinal Marijuana,
  • Service Animals,
  • Military deployment of tenants, and other topics of current concern.
  • Robert Rowley attorney at law. What will you learn by attending, what will you learn by not attending?
  • Service animals can you charge a deposit?
  • Can you say no to service animals?
  • What is the difference between a service animal and a companion animal?
  • Renting to Section 8 or other federal funded agency are there different guidelines for who can certify that the tenant needs to have the animal? What will you miss by not coming?

Don’t Miss Out

Membership meeting on Wednesday, November 16, 2016, 6-8 pmHow to make your investments more profitable and taxes. What you need to know about taxes. Now that is one awesome topic. No one should miss out on the dinner meeting. Unless you already have all the money you need. This class is designed to put you in firm control of your finances with a focus on how to make a profit. Meetings are held at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine and tip extra.  Guests welcome.

Membership meeting on Wednesday, October 19, 2016, 6-8 pmTopics: What to know before starting remodels on your rentals. Speaker: Spokane Regional Clean Air, don’t miss out. Learn about mold from Servpro. This class is designed to put you in firm control of the knowledge needed before performing work on your rentals and what to know about mold. Meetings are held at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine and tip extra.  Guests welcome.

 

Membership meeting on Wednesday, September 21, 2016, 6-8 pm. Speaker: Steven Schneider one of our member attorneys.  Topic: Going back to basics. An overview of all the LLA’s forms. Come learn about our forms. Everyone needs to know what form to use when. Speakers: Steve Corker and Alexander Scott. Both are giving updates for our landlords.  Meetings are held at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine and tip extra.  Guests Welcome.

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GOODWILL NIGHT OUT

Date: September 28th, 2016 Time: 5:30­pm

DON’T MISS OUT  COME JOIN US

Location: Supportive Services for Veterans Families 2nd Floor Board Room

Address: 130 East Third Ave Spokane, WA 99202

Time                 Activity

5:30 – 5:40  Meet and Greet

5:40 – 5:55  Food Services

5:55 – 6:00  Goodwill “This is Our Story” video

6:00 – 6:15  Lori Welch speaks about SSVF program

6:15 – 6:30  Teresa Newby speaks about Newby­ginnings

6:30 – 6:45  Beth Kerr speaks about VOA

6:45 – 7:00  Q&A and Closing

 

Membership meeting on Wednesday, October 19, 2016, 6-8 pmTopics: What to know before starting remodels on your rentals. Speaker: Spokane Regional Clean Air, don’t miss out. Learn about mold from Servpro. This class is designed to put you in firm control of the knowledge needed before performing work on your rentals and what to know about mold. Meetings are held at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine and tip extra.  Guests welcome.

 

Membership meeting on Wednesday, November 16, 2016, 6-8 pmSpeakers: Alexander Scott Vice President of the LLA and Chris Bourassa CPA with Omlin, Gunning, and Associates, P.S. Topic: How to make your investments more profitable. Now that is one awesome topic. No one should miss out on the dinner meeting. Unless you already have all the money you need. This class is designed to put you in firm control of your finances with a focus on how to make a profit. Meetings are held at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine and tip extra.  Guests welcome.


 

 

Did you know there is a new Landlord Tenant Law change that starts June 2016?

 

 

National Night Out Against Crime 2016

Spokane C.O.P.S. Sponsors National Night Out Against Crime 2016

Neighborhoods in Spokane, WA Give Crime a HUGE Going Away Party!

“National Night Out Against Crime” (NNO)is a national Crime Prevention event. It is designed to heighten crime prevention awareness, increase neighborhood support in anti-crime efforts, and unite our communities. It is a great chance to learn about crime prevention, while also celebrating your community and spending time with your neighbors.

Spokane has had a long history of supporting Night Out. This event grows every year, withneighborhoods, community and youth organizations, apartment properties  and businesses throughout Spokane joining forces with thousands of communities nationwide for city’s 18th Annual NNO Crime and Drug Prevention event.This type of community participation is what makes Spokane a great place to live.

The event is a unique opportunity to bring your neighbors together, welcome new neighbors, talk about crime prevention and Block Watch efforts, and mainly just have a great time with food, music, games – whatever you want. The creativity we’ve seen of what neighborhoods come up with is amazing. Some gatherings are just a few households; others expand into large block parties.

Night Out Against Crime is an opportunity for individual neighborhoods to renew their commitment to the following:

  • Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness
  • Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime programs
  • Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships
  • Send a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

Consider having a National Night Out party in your neighborhood on Tuesday, August 2, 2016!

REGISTER HERE!

Deadline for registering is July 27th.

 

What did you Miss

Wednesday, April 20, 2016, 6-8 pm

Membership meeting on Wednesday, April 20, 2016, 6-8 pm. 

Meetings are held at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine and tip extra.  Guests welcome.

Come to our April 20th dinner meeting to hear from ACRANet, Bonded Adjustment, Servpro, and Countywide Financial.

Screening, screening and re-screening and how do you do that? At this dinner meeting both ACRANet and Bonded Adjustment will discuss screening and criteria. Bring your questions!

  • What is the process to run an application?
  • What do you want from the report?
  • What will get from the report?
  • Are there different reports?
  • What is the cost for the reports?

Attend the meeting to have the knowledge about screening. This is one of the most important parts to be a successful landlord. Knowledge is power or is it money?

Washington State Senate Bill 6315 states if you use tenant screening and/or consumer reports, you must comply with this bill, effective June 7, 2012. This law provides applicants with more information up front when deciding whether or not to actually submit an application and before paying the tenant screening fee.

  • The screening process starts with a great written Criteria, do you have one?
  • Just what is a written Criteria?
  • Attend the April 20th meeting and receive samples of written criteria’s.
  • The criteria must list what could result in denial of the application. This can also be called your Resident Acceptance Policy, as well as the more common Rental Criteria or Screening Criteria.

Countywide Financial will provide information on renters insurance.

  • What does it do for landlords?
  • What does it do for your tenant?
  • Does it cover lost rent?

Can you require renters insurance in you Criteria?

Meetings are held at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine and tip extra.  Guests welcome.

 

LLA DINNER MEETING WAS CANCELED FOR November 18, 2015

The LLA Board has decided to cancel the November 18th dinner meeting located at the Timber Creek Grill and Buffet.

Tuesday nights’ severe windstorm has left many people without heat, power and damaged property. Inoperable street lights, along with downed power lines and trees in the roadways have made driving conditions dangerous.

This is the first dinner meeting the Board can recall canceling in over 30 years. We do regret this late notice; the Board considered the safety and welfare of our members in making this decision.

Thank you for understanding.

We will see you at our January 2016 Law class.

 

2016 LLA Calendar

Educational Classes, Meetings, Seminars, Trade Shows, Conventions and other activities are listed here and updated monthly for your scheduling convenience. Call LLA office 535-1018 or email: office@landlordassoc.org with questions.


LLA Landlord Law Classes For Members: 2016

The LLA Landlord Law Classes for 2016 are about to start.  If you attend all three classes and would like a certificate of completion with your name on it please contact the office at (509) 535-1018 or office@landlordassoc.org.

Plan to attend the 2016 LLA landlord Law Classes for 2016 (January 20, February 17, and March 16). See the Schedule above for the law classes.

 

 LLA Meetings For Landlords: 2015

No RSVP necessary

 Membership meeting on Wednesday, October 21, 2015, 6-8 pm.   Dinner Meeting was Amazing, don’t miss the next one. Speakers: Ben Stuckart City Council President Addressing Mandatory Inspections along with taking questions. Steve Corker, former two term Spokane City Councilman giving an update on Mandatory Inspections. Mike Fagan running for City Council (currently on the City Council) addressing concerns and taking questions. Troy Wunderlich with Washington Trust Bank, Vice-President, oversees IT and physical security. He is responsible for risk management and internal controls, as well as vendor management. Topic: Fraud. We all have or will experience fraud, don’t miss out on what we can do or should do to be proactive. Plan to meet Steven Schneider one of our member attorneys. His topic: Forms. Country Financial Topic: Renters insurance. Meetings are held at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine and tip extra.  Guests welcome.

Rental Research Stakeholder Group Meeting

Rental Research Stakeholder Group Meeting Tuesday (3:30pm) February 9, 2016

The Rental Research Stakeholder Group meeting: Tuesday (3:30pm), January 12, 2016.

Location: YMCA Corporate Office

1126 N. Monroe Street

Spokane, WA 99201

The Meeting is in the basement. Be sure and get a permit for parking from inside the YMCA.

DINNER MEETING

Membership meeting on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, 6-8 pm. Speakers: Country Financial. Topic: Renters Insurance. Cole Hockett with ACRAnet Account Manager. Topic: Tenant Screening. Inland Power and Light. Topic; Rebates and how to switch the billing to your tenants. Jacci Aronow with Bonda Data Research. Topic Tenant Screening; Plan to meet Dennis McMullen one of our member attorneys. His topic: How to correctly serve notices, for example the 3 day notice, 10 day notice etc. Servpro of South & West Spokane County, Topic: Mold. Meetings are held at Timber Creek Grill & Buffet, 9211 E. Montgomery, Spokane, (Argonne Plaza).  Approx. $14.00 at the door includes dinner, beverage & tax. Beer, wine and tip extra.  Guests welcome.

No Dinner Meeting December

Call LLA (509) 535-1018 with questions

 

2016 LLA CLASSES FOR LANDLORDS

No RSVP necessary

3rd Wednesday of the month

Location: All classes held at Global Credit Union Downstairs Auditorium,

1520 W. 3rd, Spokane, WA

Free for LLA Members         Free Parking

 

  • January 20, 2016, Wednesday 6-8 pm. Landlord Law Part I. Landlording basics; Rights and Responsibilities; Leases and Rental Agreements; Deposits; Fees; Property Condition Reports; Overview of the Landlord-Tenant Act. Landlord attorney.

         

  • February 17, 2016 Wednesday 6-8 pm. Landlord Law Part II. Serving notices; Evictions, How to dispose of abandoned property; Unauthorized occupants; Landlord Defenses; Updating your screening methods; Landlord attorney.

 

  • March 16, 2016 Wednesday – 6-8 pm Landlord Law Part III. Using Social Media in Landlording, Roommate leases and problems, Medicinal Marijuana, Service Animals, Military deployment of tenants, and other topics of current concern. Landlord attorney.

 

All legal and study materials provided.

Pitch-in dishes and desserts welcome       Come as you are after work

Due to space limitations, the law classes are open only to LLA members

Sponsored by the Landlord Association of the Inland NW and Global Credit Union

Watch for new additions.

Thank you for your interest in the Landlord Association.