Landlord and Tenant Information
Landlord Education Opportunities 2015
How Do I Stay Up To Date On Training Information?
Neighborhood Services produces a bi-monthly publication with information about upcoming training for landlords and tenants as well as HOA training and other topics considered helpful to neighborhoods. In order to be sure you receive all of that great information, as well as other articles intended to assist and inform neighborhoods, sign up for Neighborhood News at fcgov.com/neighborhoodnews.
Brown Bag Lunch Series
The City successfully launched a brown bag lunch series in 2014 and will continue to provide these opportunities for landlords to come together, build a network, provide support and ideas to one another. While the event is open to anyone, it is really designed for landlords that manage their own properties. Discussion topics are identified by participants and staff will work with local experts to provide content-enrichment. Attendees are welcome to bring their lunch and eat while enjoying the opportunity to get to know others.
The brown bag lunch discussions will be held at different locations in hopes of attracting many landlords to come and share their experiences. We hope that by providing this network of landlord knowledge and support, you will be more prepared to respond to challenges and solve problems with tenants. The idea is to host these lunches at various libraries to increase accessibility; however, those rooms can only be booked eight weeks out, so please check back occasionally to see if new topics have been added. Also, you can register for our bi-monthly newsletter, Neighborhood News, at fcgov.com/neighborhoodnews to stay up to date on these and other educational opportunities.
Brown Bag Discussion on Resident Selection
Tuesday, February 3, 12:30-1:30 pm at Harmony Library in the Community Room Please come and discuss with us and others how you manage to get the best residents, what are potential pitfalls of resident selection and how do you navigate technology to get out information effectively? Let's share tips and discuss concerns! RSVP is required so we know how many attendees to expect. Register Here.
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Please contact us, if you have other questions or would like to speak with someone in person about a particular problem or issue. Community Mediation provides information on tenant/landlord, neighbor/neighbor and roommate disputes and can provide free mediation services in these areas for people who live within Fort Collins city limits.