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Gen Z: The New Wave of Renters Webinar
The oldest renters in Generation Z turn 25 in 2021. That’s a significant marker, as it’s a time many young people will be leaving the nest, renting apartments and advancing their careers. In fact, by the end of the decade, the number of Gen Z renters will grow to about 55 million. It’s a surge that will affect property management in a big way, and your competition is already vying for their attention. Backed with valuable data from a recent national renter survey, this session will... Details
When: December 14, 2021
CCRM 2022 Winter Night Series
CCRM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERIES This course will give you the knowledge you need to understand and perform the day to day tasks of property management. Make your resume stand out from others when interviewing. Topics covered in this course include: Introduction to Ethical Property Management, Rent the Property, Beginning and Maintaining the Tenancy, Renewal of Tenancy and Ending the Tenancy, Maintenance Management: Maintaining the Property, Liability & Risk Management, Budget... Details
When: January 11 – March 15, 2022
5 New Rent Control Laws Webinar
Come learn about the new and very aggressive laws that our local board of supervisors has recently passed.  For example, did you know that commercial tenants who were legally required to shut down due to COVID-19 may be excused from ever having to pay rent that came due during the shutdown?  In addition, despite state legislation to the contrary, you may be forever restricted from evicting residential tenants for nonpayment of rent if they paid at least 25% of the rent owed even if... Details
When: January 14, 2022
Marijuana & Your Rental Property Webinar
This class will cover the following: Federal, State, and Local Law Landlord Concerns Grounds for Eviction Legality of Marijuana Solutions Recovering Possession

When: January 20, 2022
Livable Workshop
Got questions about smart utility billing and how it can save you money?  Get answers at a fresh, FREE workshop from SFAA and Livable.

When: January 25, 2022
New Unit Registration and Licensing Law
Come find out about San Francisco’s newly passed mandatory unit registration and licensing law.  Beginning soon, all San Francisco landlords will have to annually register every rental unit with the Rent Board.  The information that must be disclosed each year will include dates of occupancy, the square footage, amenities offered, the amount of rent, owner contact information, and more.  In addition, you will have to obtain a unit license in order to adjust rent as well as satisfy... Details
When: January 28, 2022
Intellirent Tenant Screening Demonstration
Learn best practices to attract more leads, send a digital CAA application form and manage the screening process all in one secure spot. Intellirent is SFAA's preferred provider for tenant screening, offered free for members.

When: February 3, 2022
AB3088 Eviction and Rent Increase Moratoria Overview
AB 832: Extension of the Statewide Eviction Moratorium & Rental Assistance. On June 28, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 832 which extended the current COVID-19 eviction protections. This legislation was set to expire on June 30, 2021, however it has been extended for an additional three months until September 30, 2021.

When: February 11, 2022
Landlord Etiquette Webinar
Can I just walk into a unit? Can I rent to only 1 person?  Can’t I wait to return the security deposit until I think everything is to my satisfaction?    I don’t like my tenant anymore can I make them leave?  I don’t want to rent to a couple, is that okay? Come learn all the do’s and don’ts of being a landlord.

When: February 17, 2022
New Unit Registration and Licensing Law
Come find out about San Francisco’s newly passed mandatory unit registration and licensing law.  Beginning soon, all San Francisco landlords will have to annually register every rental unit with the Rent Board.  The information that must be disclosed each year will include dates of occupancy, the square footage, amenities offered, the amount of rent, owner contact information, and more.  In addition, you will have to obtain a unit license in order to adjust rent as well as satisfy... Details
When: February 25, 2022
Best Practices for Serving Legal Notices
Best Practices for Serving Legal Notices, will cover how to serve just about every kind of notice involved with residential rentals in San Francisco. Not all notices should be served the same way. Some must be served personally. Others can be sent by email. But if you serve a notice incorrectly, the results can be disastrous and costly. If you are involved with property management and serve notices on a regular basis, this class is... Details
When: March 17, 2022