PHOENIX METRO NARPM
April 18, 2019
Lunch – (12:00 – 12:30) – Sponsored by Phoenix EZ-Keys
Call Meeting to Order – (12:30-1:00)
Meeting called to order 12:31 PM
President Welcome – Sandy Baber
- Recognize new members or visitors
- New members and visitors were welcomed
- Board Committee meetings are open to members, we require an RSVP, email@example.com
- Stay up to date on news, events, updates and changes: Like Us on Facebook, check out the blog, website at narpmphoenix.com and monthly E newsletter
- 50/50 Raffle today to support our
Charity, “Save the Children” $5.00/ticket or $20.00/5 tickets
- Please support are charity
New Business – Sandy Baber
- Did you know a tenant could dispute a
rent ACH for 90 days?
- The tenant was able to get their money back and moved out
- May have to go to small claims suit
- Be aware that these things could happen
- May Chapter Meeting – May 23rd @ PRS
- Door Grow – Jason Hull Reserve your space now. Buy tickets online $20 if purchased in advance! Follow the link on website
- We are very excited about this event
- All watched video
- Community Event – Feed My Starving
Children – Volunteers
- June 15th 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
1345 S Alma School Road, Mesa, 85210
- We have 20 reserved spaces
Ethics Review – Sandy Baber
- Please review the attached NARPM Code
of Ethics and Professional Standards. At
each meeting we will review one section as a reminder of promoting a high
standard of business professionalism.
- All reviewed
Secretary’s Report – Kim Ayers – March’s minutes published on blog- Motion to approve.
- All approved
Treasurer’s Report – Jamie Rosen – $8,398.47 as of 4/17/19
- If you have not paid your dues, please do so online. Feel free to reach out to Jamie with any questions or concerns.
- Thank you to Ian & Brian for helping to get the new system up and running. We are $1000 higher in our balance.
Membership Report – Ian Parkin and Kristi Zundel
- 173 members
- Still waiting on some to pay dues
- Member Dues
- Please see Jamie or Ian to pay dues if you are attending this meeting
Legislative Updates – Mark Brower
- Section 8 are not partial payments
- Passed and sitting in the Senate
- Hot item for the Senate
- Will be am
- Partial Payment Legislation
- Preclude cities from enacting ordinances related to landlord/tenant issues
- Awaiting a vote by the Senate
- Require cities to give 60 days notice to increase TPT taxes
Rule Change by Bar Association
- If passed, it would require t hat we will have to include sensitive information posted on a public place such as the door in order to evict a tenant.
Social Event Report – Steve Kaiser
- Social Hour with West Valley Chapter –
4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
- Pier 54 5394 S Lakeshore Dr., Tempe 85283
- May 8th
- Pier 54 5394 S Lakeshore Dr., Tempe 85283
Affiliate Update – Eric Evans
- Please look for a renewal email
- Sponsorship opportunities are
- Reach out to Eric at firstname.lastname@example.org
- We are always looking for new affiliate members. Please share your best vendors with the group.
- Phoenix EZ-Keys / Lunch Sponsor
Class – Dick Rosen – Monitor Instructions for class.
- Mike Mulvena/Agency in Property Management /CRPM CE: 3 Agency
Article 4: OBLIGATIONS TO TENANTS
The Property Manager shall treat all Tenants honestly and professionally when they are applying for, living in, and/or vacating a managed residence, including through the deposit refund process.
STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONALISM
- 4-1 The Property Manager shall offer all prospective Tenants a written application.
- 4-2 The Property Manager shall provide all Tenants with a copy of the signed rental agreement and extensions with all addendums attached.
- 4-3 The Property Manager shall make all disclosures as required by state and local laws and provide the Tenant an opportunity to complete a written condition report within 7 days of moving in.
- 4-4 The Property Manager shall respond promptly to requests for repairs.
- 4-5 The Property Manager shall provide a written deposit refund determination to the Tenant within the time prescribed by law after the Tenant has vacated a property. The Property Manager shall not cause any undue delay in refunding or accounting for the security deposit.
NARPM® Antitrust Statement:
It is the policy of the NARPM® to comply fully with all antitrust laws. The antitrust laws prohibit, among other things, any joint conduct among competitors that could lessen competition in the marketplace. NARPM®’s membership is composed of competitors; they must refrain from discussing competitively sensitive topics, including those related to pricing (such as rates, fees, or costs), individual competitors or specific business transactions, or controlling or allocating markets. Further, NARPM® shall not restrict members’ ability to solicit competitors’ clients or to advertise for business in any way that is not false, deceptive or otherwise illegal.