PHOENIX METRO NARPM
June 20th, 2019
Lunch & Networking – (12:00 – 12:30) Invader Pest Management
Call Meeting to Order – (12:30 – 1:00)
Meeting called to order 12:35 PM
President Welcome – Sandy Baber
- Recognize new members or visitors
- New visitors were welcomed
- Board Committee meetings are open to
members, we require an RSVP, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please join us and see what we do.
- 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
New Business – Sandy Baber
- Feed My Starving Children – Great
- We packaged enough food to feed 111 people
- No July Chapter Meeting
- August 22nd Chapter Meeting
– NARPM Designation
- Tenancy with Steve Schultz
- Class Today ESA vs Service Animal
- Past President Golf Tournament – Dick
- Pick up flyer on the back table
- Anne McCawley
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.
Secretary’s Report – Kim Ayers – April minutes published on blog- Motion to approve.
- All approved.
Treasurer’s Report – Jamie Rosen – $10,275.13 and $752.06 Charity as of 06/18/2019.
Membership Report – Ian Parkin and Kristi Zundel
- What’s new?
Legislative Updates – Mark Brower
- What’s the new hot topics in Legislative?
Social Event Report – Steve Kaiser
- What’s coming up for social events?
- September – Healing Fields / more information to come
Elections of New Officers 2019 – Kim Ayers
- Volunteers needed for Slate/September
- We are looking for people to replace board/committee members
- Elections October 2019
Are you interested in participating on the Board or Committee Meeting level? Contact Kim Ayers at email@example.com
Affiliate Update – Eric Evans
- Sponsorship opportunities are available for Aug, Sept, Oct & Nov
- We are always looking for new affiliate members. Please share your best vendors with the group.
- Vendor Fair 2019 September 19th at
PRS. Steven Schultz Speaker
- Property Management Company/Portfolio Acquisition
- Invader Pest Management / Lunch Sponsor
- Today’s Class – (1:00-3:00)
- Vincent Sottosanti from The Office of the Attorney General, Arizona Civil Rights Division – Service Animals and ESA’s
Article 6: HANDLING OF FUNDS
The Property Manager shall hold all funds received on behalf of others in compliance with state law and shall not commingle the funds with personal or other business funds or use the funds for other than their intended purposes.
STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONALISM
- 6-1 The Property Manager shall keep appropriate records and shall prepare and furnish to the Client accurate and timely financial reports relating to the Client’s rental and funds in accordance with the terms of the applicable management agreement.
Article 7: AREAS OF EXPERTISE
The Property Manager must provide competent service within his or her area of expertise, and refrain from the unauthorized practice of any other profession for which he or she is not licensed or qualified.
STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONALISM
- 7-1 The Property Manager shall perform only such services in such locations for which he or she is qualified and can reasonably be expected to perform with professional competence.
- 7-2 The Property Manager shall not perform and shall not represent that he or she can or will perform services outside of his or her area of expertise, particularly services that require a separate license or qualification – such as law, accounting, financial planning, construction, and/or contracting – unless the Property Manager independently possesses such license or qualification.
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.