• Come learn about the new laws  as of July 28, 2019.
  • Learn how to use the Mitigation Program.
  • This event is for all LLA Members.
  • Room is limited to 100 attendees so please register for your free ticket!                                                                                              
    When:  August 12, 2019. 1-3:30pm.  Location:  Airway Heights Recreation Center,  11405 West Deno Road, Airway Heights, WA 99224

Description

  • Who should attend: Landlords (single family, multi-family, mobile home), Property Management Executives, LLA members, and other Housing Providers.
  • Goodwill’s Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program would like to invite landlords and property managers to a free educational and informational event. As of July 28th 2019, many new laws have gone into effect that directly relate to the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords. Local attorney Eric Steven P.S. will be giving an indepth look at the new laws, and Nick Yuva with the WA State Department of Commerce will be speaking about the Landlord Mitigation Fund. Daniel Klemme with SSVF will be providing information on the SSVF Veterans program.
  • Room is limited to 100 attendees so please register for your free ticket!
  •                                   Event Agenda:
  • 1:00pm – 1:20pm: Goodwill/SSVF Presentation
  • 1:20pm – 2:50pm: Eric Steven P.S. Presentation
  • 2:50pm– 3:20pm: Nick Yuva Presentation
  • Speaker Bios for the Event:
  1. Daniel Klemme, Goodwill’s Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Landlord Liaison and LLA Board Member.
    Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) is a housing program for Veterans and their families who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of experiencing homeless. The goal of SSVF is to end Veteran homelessness by providing long term housing solutions. Daniel recruits new landlords and property managers to fill units with SSVF program participants, while providing ongoing follow up and education for both program participants and landlords. The Landlord Liaison is a direct point of contact to mitigate potential problems that may arise during tenancy. Daniel is a founding member and Co-Chair of the Spokane Landlord Liaison Network, which hosts events to educate landlords and property managers in Spokane. Additionally, Daniel is a Board Member of the Inland Northwest Landlord Association (LLA).
  1. Eric Steven P.S., will be presenting on the changes to Washington State’s Laws that directly effect landlords.
    Mr. Steven is the principal of Steven Law Office. Located in Spokane, his practice emphasizes in landlord-tenant relations and housing. He practices in all counties east of the Cascades in WA and N. Idaho. Mr. Steven represents numerous property owners, landlords, management companies, mobile home parks, subsidized housing providers and the Spokane Housing Authority. Mr. Steven received his B.A. from the Univ. of OK in 1987 and his J.D. from Gonzaga Univ. School of Law in 1990. He is the author of numerous CLE materials, landlord training manuals, and legal articles. As one of the most highly evaluated CLE instructors statewide, Mr. Steven was selected by the WSBA Encore “Best of CLE” series in 2003. He was an invited speaker at WSBA Real Property Selection year-end meeting in 2012, and the mid-year meetings in 2014 and 2016. Mr. Steven also assists the IHFC with conducting fair housing training in ID.
  1. Nick Yuva, Washington Chamber of Commerace Landlord Mitigation Administrator
    Nicholas has previously been a landlord for over twenty years in Oregon and Utah for Property Management companies such as Norris & Stevens, American Property Management, Greystar (formerly Riverstone), Income Property Management and the non-profit community developer REACH Community Development. Nicholas relocated to Olympia, Washington in July of 2018 where he joined the Housing Assistance Unit at the Dept. of Commerce for the State of Washington as the Landlord Mitigation Administrator overseeing the program launch and successful implementation. Nicholas brings a rich history of experience working with multiple subsidy programs, tenant demographics and asset management to Commerce and the State of Washington.

 

Parking is free at the location.