Virginia Housers Urged to Register for the VRLTA Webinar
Stay abreast of the latest changes to housing laws in the Commonwealth of Virgina by registering for the VRLTA Webinar 2022 Briefing with Chip Dicks, sponsored by the Virginia Apartment Management Association (VAMA). It’s all virtual!
The rental housing industry is constantly changing and it is imperative that we keep our office personnel aware of these changes. Your NOI is on the line. Acquiring a real understanding of the Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (VRLTA) while keeping abreast of court decisions is essential if you wish to gain a return on investment in the apartment industry. Failure to be prepared for these changes could end up costing you big time, causing you to lose in court and your community to lose value. Join VAMA | HR and Chip Dicks for an in-depth webinar that will cover a wide range of VRLTA issues, including the 2022 changes to the act.
WHEN: April 13th, 2022 9:00 AM – Noon EST PRESENTED BY: Chip Dicks Gentry Locke PRICE: $69 Members that choose “pay by Credit Card Now” $79 Members that choose the “Invoice Me” option $99 Nonmembers (Must pay in advance w/ credit card) *All invoices must be paid before the date of the event.* WHERE: Zoom Virtual Seminar Room Registration Deadline: April 8th, 2022, 12PM Cancellation Deadline: March 25th, 2022 www.eventcancellations.infoPLEASE NOTE: Each attendee must be registered individually with an individual email address in order to receive access to the Zoom Webinar and receive credit for attendance. Multiple attendees may not be registered under the same email address. Each registered attendee will receive their unique webinar registration link, via email, 2 days prior to the class.
Click here to save your seat!Meet the Presenter, Chip Dicks: Chip Dicks is a partner in the Richmond Office of with Gentry Locke law firm. In addition, Chip is founder of the FutureLaw Real Estate School through which he conducts real estate, landlord and tenant, and fair housing seminars. Chip has more than 40 years of experience in real estate, zoning and billboard sign law. Chip served in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1983 through 1989 and served as a member of the Virginia Housing Commission. He has become the institutional knowledge on real estate issues in the Virginia General Assembly and for more than 30 years, has been the principal scribe of real estate and landlord tenant related legislation in Virginia. Chip serves as legislative counsel for companies and organizations that represent interests including real estate, landlord-tenant, technology, solar energy development, outdoor advertising, the circuit court clerks and other varied companies and organizations. Chip was named Outstanding Young Virginian by the Virginia Jaycees and received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from Methodist University. He has served in various leadership capacities of numerous charitable, civic and professional organizations. Chip has also been selected as “legal elite” by the Virginia Business Magazine in the practice of lobbying and public policy. In 2019, Chip was inducted into the Virginia Law Foundation for his years of legal service. All registered attendees will earn 3 CECs toward their CAM, CAPS, CAMT, or CALP!
THE BRISTOL REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING AUTHORITY WILL PROVIDE SAFE, ATTRACTIVE, AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND HOUSING ASSISTANCE AND THE OPPORTUNITY FOR FAMILIES AND OTHERS IN NEED TO ACHIEVE A HIGHER STANDARD OF LIVING.