Tuesday, June 7th: Principles of Rental Management: Residential Agreement

Principles of Rental Management: Residential Agreement | Apartment Association California Southern Cities on Glue Up

  • Worthy of a standalone seminar, our Residential Agreement talk covers compliance requirements for new agreements, and provides students with examples and explanations of its various covenants, terms and conditions, and obligations for both tenant and landlord. Alongside filling out Rental Agreement, attendees are presented with various scenarios encountered when establishing a new rental agreement.


Property Management 101 Series

When: Starting in June on Wednesday evenings, 6p-8:30p

Where: This will be a virtual Zoom meeting

Entire Course:

AACSC Member: $269

Non-Member: $350

Individual Class: $99


Wednesday, June 8th: Protecting Residents & Properties

  • The Protecting Residents & Properties seminar teaches students what to consider in regards to property safety, liabilities, and safety guidelines. Students will learn to identify security issues in their communities, lighting, gates, cameras, and the application of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) techniques. Moreover students will become familiar with signs of gang activity in their community, identify drugs and drug problems, and how to distinguish between police matters and landlord/tenant activity.


Wednesday, June 15th: Maintenance Management

  • Upon completion of the Maintenance Management seminar, students will be able to state how maintenance affects occupancy, schedule and log building and unit maintenance, list the resident manager’s responsibilities for overseeing maintenance personnel, set up maintenance budget categories, and identify liabilities associated with entering residential rentals without notice. Students also learn how to identify life expectancy from common replacement items, recognize habitability issues that may jeopardize rental income.


Wednesday, June 22nd: Managing People & Properties

  • Residential management is a “people business;” it is also a problem-solving business. Managing People & Properties course objectives include a survey of management responsibilities, management styles, and the implementation of a management training system. Moreover, goal setting, decision making skills, as well as an overview on establishing management policies and duties are key to the program.


Wednesday, June 29th: Legal Procedures

  • Upon completion of the Legal Forms and Procedures seminar, students will learn how to process applicant’s rental applications, including background screening and establishing month-to-month and lease contracts. This course explains the proper use of standard rental forms, such as a notice of rent increase, policy changes, as well as termination procedures. The seminar also includes a discussion on California Fair Housing requirements, state habitability standards, and suggestions to property owners on establishing their rental policy.