Monthly Meetings

What do we do at the meetings. What time and where are they.

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An Organization of Professional Property Owners.
Southern Wisconsin Landlords Association
Providing education and assistance to
Racine area real estate investors since 1988
.

A member of The Wisconsin Apartment Association.

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Our Next Meeting:

SWLA meetings are open to all landlords

Monthly every third Monday

6:00pm Social Time

Light buffet supper

($5.00 per person)

6:30pm Meeting Time

Non Members First meeting FREE

$20 Fee for each subsequent meeting

Applied to membership fee when you join

Regular Meetings

November 20

Thank you Frank Sterbin CPA for a very interesting informative evening reference taxes related to real estate ownership.

http://sterbincpa.com/

December 18

Christmas Party for all current paid members

Meadowbrook Country Club

http://racinewebservices.com/mcc/

Discount if paid by December 1.

January 15, 2018

Chris Mokler

President of WAA

AND

Jeffery Pralle

Director of Legal Affairs WAA

AND

Gary Goyke

Lobbyist WAA

February 19

March 19

April 16

May 21

June 18

Meeting Location:

Harbor Lite Yacht Club

559 State Street
Racine, WI 53402
(262) 634-9280

More on meetings

RecentEvents:

“Free landlord training

in Milwaukee”

(NOT the class by Tristen Petit)

The award winning landlord training program operates out of the Department of Neighborhood Services (DNS) downtown location. The goal is to teach landlords fundamental ways to keep illegal activity out of their property. This program was a runner up for the Ford Foundation Harvard Kennedy School of Government Awards program and a 1996 winner of the Innovations In Government award sponsored by the City of Milwaukee Mayor and Common Council.

The class is FREE and held on a regular basis throughout the year at various locations. It is held on evenings and weekends to accommodate virtually anyone's schedule. The class is generally either (1) five hour session in one day or (2) two and a half hour sessions for two nights. Attendees get a free 100 page comprehensive manual and handouts on a variety of legal and business issues related to managing a property.

http://city.milwaukee.gov/

FREE Landlord/Crime Free Multi-Housing Rental Seminar

Presented in partnership by the Kenosha Police Department
& the Kenosha Landlord Association

The nextFREE Landlord/Crime Free Multi-Housing Rental Seminar

To register for an upcoming seminar please contact
the Kenosha Police Department Crime Prevention Unit
watch@kenoshapolice.com

or

(262)-657-3937

Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of the month. 6:00 pm social time 6:30 pm meeting.

What do we do at the meetings?

SWLA has a speaker at most of our monthly meetings and these speakers are often from the agencies which affect or oversee our businesses. We have had prosecuting attorneys, public advocate attorneys, members from the city inspection team, center for conflict resolution, the drug task force, and many, many more. Our members gain a wealth of knowledge from these speakers as they get an opportunity to hear the perspective of the speaker and to also ask questions about how we can work with them to make both their job and ours easier. Many members are more comfortable when they go to these various individuals with a concern and remind them they met at a SWLA meeting. Our speakers always comment on the professionalism of our group. SWLA membership and by extension the WAA membership, gives an increased stature in the community.

In the past year just some of the guests/topics included the following:

  • Property Insurance- Are you properly insured and are you aware of the different types of coverage.
  • Representative from the Office of the Wisconsin Consumer Affairs-Described how complaints against Landlords are handled.
  • Rick Heller- Racine’s Chief Building Inspector discussed the changes in policy for his group.
  • Representatives from the Kenosha/Racine Lead-Free community partnership.
  • Representatives from local banks presented information on doing property flips and how to pay for them.
  • When Racine got a new Chief of Police, he spoke at our meeting.
  • A forum with Rep John Lehman and Bill McReynolds, both at that time running for State Senator.
  • An annual Trade Show with local merchants and associate members providing examples of their products and services.

 

Where do we meet for meetings?

Harbor Lite Yacht Club

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559 State Street
Racine, WI 53402
(262) 634-9280

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