PHOENIX METRO NARPM
February 21, 2019
Call Meeting to Order – (12:00 – 12:30) – 12:05 PM
President Welcome – Sandy Baber
- Recognize new members or visitors
- New members and visitors were recognized
- Board Committee meetings are open to
members, we require an RSVP, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please RSVP. We welcome all to join us.
- Stay up to date on news, events, updates and changes: Like Us on Facebook, check out the blog, website at narpmphoenix.com and monthly eNewsletter
New Business – Sandy Baber
- Reminder Mesa
TPT is increasing to 2.0% as of March 1, 2019
- Make sure to send out notices to tenants
- 50/50 Raffle for Save the Children. We
raised $150 last month for our charity.
Thank you for your generosity!
- Thank you for the fund raising
- March Chapter Meeting – March 21st
- Legal Q & A with Denise Holliday and Steve Urie
- Don’t forget to sign up
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 – January minutes published on blog- Motion to approve.
- All approved
- If you read these notes you’ll get a little treat to eat!!
Treasurer’s Report – Jamie Rosen – $6,450.26 (02/20/2018)
- If you have
not paid your dues, please do so online. Feel free to reach out to Jamie with
any questions or concerns.
- $2000 renewing or joining
- We made $120 in last months class
Membership Report – Kristi Zundel and Ian Parkin
- 2019 Goal is to our grow membership while adding value to our existing members. Make sure to remind your friends and other Property Managers about NARPM.
- NARPM FB Group
- Please join and post to our private Facebook page. We look forward to all questions and thoughts you may want to bring to members attention
- 165 members
- Please pay your dues for 2019 / we are transitioning payment systems so please be patient with us
Social Event Report – Kelly Kordick
- Joint Social Hour March 13 at OHSO Arcadia 4900 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85018
from 5-8. Sponsored by Junk King
- Appetizers and drink tickets
- Please RSVP
- June – Feed My Starving Children (family event)
- August – Bowling (family event)
NARPM Designation Class – Anne McCawley
- Tenancy August 22nd
- Anne is a mentor and auditor for the
- Please feel free to reach out to Ann with questions.
- It is easy to get a designation – classes are available online
- One of the biggest challenges is
service within your chapter
- This is easy to do – Phoenix NARPM has plenty of opportunities
- A NARPM designation is prestigious in our industry
Affiliate Update – Eric Evans
- Please make sure to pay your 2019 dues.
- Sponsorship opportunities are
- There are several opportunities for sponsorships. Please contact Eric.
- Terry Cope w/ King Plumbing Heating & AC
- Based in Mesa
Adjourn to Lunch & Networking – (12:30 – 1:00)
- Dry Force Restoration Specialist / Lunch Sponsor
Today’s Class – CRPM: Property Management – The Rules CE: 3 Disclosure
Instructor: Mike Mulvena
Mike has over 27 years of real estate sales and property management experience. Mike is also a state licensed instructor of property management, code of ethics, licensing and renewal classes throughout the state of Arizona. Welcome Mike!
Article 2: DISCRIMINATION
The Property Manager shall not discriminate in the management, rental, lease, or negotiation for real property, shall operate consistent with fair housing laws and regulations and shall comply with all federal, state, and local laws concerning discrimination.
STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONALISM
- 2-1 It is the duty of the Property Manager to educate those with whom the Property Manager is affiliated to comply with all fair housing laws and laws regarding discrimination.
- 2-2 The Property Manager shall not deny service to any person due to race, color, religion, sex,
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.