It’s that time of year again! April is Fair Housing Month and IPAK is partnering again this year with IREM to reach as many Landlord/Owners/Managers as possible. We have the pleasure of hearing from Debra Carlton, of CAA speak about relevant topics for today, new legislation for 2017 and upcoming legislation to look out for. We also have Alan Peake, Esq. Local Landlord/Tenant Attorney speaking on how to avoid a fair housing complaint.
Some of the topics Debra and Alan will be covering are:
Bed bugs and new disclosure requirement and whose responsible for remediation
Single user bathroom signage in leasing offices
Short term rentals -
Just how many “assistive” animals can a resident have?-
How is hoarding a protected mental disability?
Can I set rules to protect the lawn from tenant’s children?
Am I required to take Section 8?-
Can I deny tenancy to all felons?-
Am I required to check the immigration status of residents? -
This event will fill up fast make your reservations early with IPAK. this event will satisfy fair housing training requirements many of you need annually. Please register with your name as you would like to see on your certificate. we will have those available at the registration table. Don’t delay and miss out on this event. The attached flyer gives all the information.
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Please join us Thursday, April 27, 2017
at The Petroleum Club 5060 California Avenue– 12th Floor 12:00 pm
-Special Guests for our Salute to Fair Housing
IREM Chapter 85 is pleased to welcome Chapter 85’s
Regional Vice President , Michelle Wong, CPM
Michelle will give a quick overview of IREM and the ARM Program
Debra Carlton—Senior Vice President Public Affairs for California Apartment Association and
Alan Peake, Attorney, Residential and Commercial
Real Estate Matters
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2014 has been and will continue to be an active year for IPAK. We have provided successful training for landlords, and look forward to future events in partnership with the California Apartment Association. We have also invested in upgrading our website, which will allow us to more easily serve and communicate with our members.
IPAK continues to be committed to being the premier association for property owners and managers in Kern County. We provide the information, networking, and education needed to help your business thrive in a challenging economy. We are also active in representing your interests in Bakersfield, Kern County and Sacramento.
As a volunteer organization we could not exist without the hard work of our members and board leadership. We are always accepting new members and industry partners. If you are currently a member, consider taking on a leadership position with the Board of Directors.
2014 IPAK Vice President
Welcome to the new IPAK website.
Welcome to the Income Property Association of Kern’s website. As the voice for the rental housing industry in Kern County, we welcome you to join us either in membership or just to check out what we are all about. We are volunteers in the industry dedicated to assisting one another through education, networking, providing information, and representing Bakersfield and Kern County’s interests in Sacramento.
This year we are faced with tough economic times. This will affect our businesses and how we provide housing. IPAK is committed to being the lifeline property owners, property managers and vendors in the industry need to be successful. It takes dedication and hard work from the Board of Directors and from our members each day to provide the quality organization that we are. We ask that everyone share the benefits of the California Apartment Association with a colleague or friend in the business, join a committee, sponsor an event and attend our meetings. Collectively we can make a difference in our community.
It is my privilege and pleasure to be the Income Property Association of Kern 2012 President. I look forward to working hard for each of you.
Lisa McFadden Neath
2012 IPAK President