Doors Open for Attendee Check-in/Registration

10:00am - 3:30pm: Exhibit Hall Open/Food Court
Hundreds of exhibitors will be featured offering all types of condominium services. If you get hungry, don't fret. Our conveniently located in-house food court offers a wide array of tasty snacks and light meals to keep you energized as you take in the Expo.

10:45am - 3:30pm: Educational Seminars
Industry professionals will present in-depth seminars designed to give attendees a wealth of insider information.

11:00am - 3:30pm: Free Advice Booths
Experienced professionals in fields ranging from law to finance to association maintenance will be on-hand throughout the show with advice and answers for both board members, trustees, property managers and residents.

Apartment Management Seminars 2018

Going Solar - Myths, Facts, and Costs
Presented by: New England Condominium
1:45pm - 2:30pm, Room 2
Solar power has come a long way since the days of huge, unsightly rooftop arrays - find out how going solar can save your buildings energy and money, and learn how your properties can take advantage of new solar technologies, as well as incentive programs designed to take the burn out of installation costs.

Rent or Buy? - Marketing Your Properties to a Changing Demographic
Presented by: New England Condominium
2:15pm - 3:00pm, Room 2
Find out who's renting, how long they stay, and what they're looking for. Learn effective marketing strategies for an array of multifamily properties, and how to minimize turnover.


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Condo Seminars 2019

Short-Term Rentals and Electric Charging Stations—Updates on New Laws
Co-Presented by: Marcus, Errico, Emmer & Brooks, and Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi, LLC
Speakers: Ellen Shapiro, Esq. & Janet Oulousian Aronson, Esq.
10:45am - 11:45am, Room 1
Come find out how recently adopted state law and municipal ordinances applicable to short-term rentals will impact your association, as well as what boards must do to comply with new laws passed by the City of Boston mandating that owners be allowed to install electric charging stations. Key provisions of these laws will be discussed, as well as how they will affect condo associations in both the short and long term.

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes—Demographics, Policies, and Trends
Sponsored by: FirstService Residential
Speakers: Bryan Hughes, Michael Refat, and Chris Malloy
11:45am – 12:45pm, Room 2
All communities change over time; demographics shift, board members come and go, new state and local policies go into effect, and the financial landscape evolves. Successful, well-governed communities have the ability to address and adapt to these changes. Come find out how your building or association can best position itself to do just that.

Lien Enforcement and Recovering Unpaid Assessments—What You Need to Know
Co-Presented by: Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi, LLC, and Marcus, Errico, Emmer & Brooks
Speakers: Henry Goodman, Esq. & Richard Brooks, Esq.
12:45pm - 1:45pm, Room 1
Delinquent common charges are one of the biggest challenges facing condominium associations, and can be difficult to address. In this seminar, experts will discuss the latest trend in lien enforcement; the superlien law and foreclosures. Learn the steps and measures your board can take to protect your association and improve the recovery of delinquent payments. A question-and-answer period will follow.

There’s One in Every Family—Dealing With Difficult Personalities
Presented by: New England Condominium
1:45pm - 2:30pm, Room 2
Even the most harmonious, tight-knit community will eventually experience interpersonal conflict, whether it be between board members, neighbors, or staff members. Come learn how industry pros deal with ‘difficult’ personalities in a multifamily context while staying positive, productive, and professional, and what resources exist to help resolve conflict without resorting to litigation.

Your Community’s Foundation—Understanding Governing Documents
Presented by: New England Condominium
2:30pm - 3:30pm, Room 1
Many people purchase a condo or townhome without really understanding the foundational documents that govern their community. Come learn the difference between a bylaw and a house rule, which documents residents have a right to access, and how documents can—and should—be amended as communities grow and change.


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New England Condominium 205 Lexington Ave., 12Fl., New York, NY 10016 Phone: 212-683-5700