This event is for managers and chapter Diamond Sponsors only. Other members will not be able to register for this event.
Our first annual Meet the Managers event is free to attend for all manager members and will feature our Diamond Sponsors presenting educational roundtables, speed-dating style. Learn about various topics listed below. Attendees will be invited to participate in 5 of the ten roundtables listed below. When registering for this event, each attendee will be asked to rank the topics below from 1 to 10, with 1 being the topic you are most interested in and 10 being the topic you are least interested in. Attendees will then be grouped together for the roundtable rotations based on your rankings. We will do our best to make sure each attendee is able to attend their top 4 ranked topics!
Association Lending, presented by Alliance Association Bank
This session will present proactive steps that a manager and board can take to make sure that when large capital projects arise, you can secure the funding you need. As this can sometimes be years of preparation, knowing ahead of time and having a plan are paramount. Education on what the banks are looking at and the importance of community association lending vs. a local non-industry specific bank.
Association Property Deductible & The Claims Process, Presented by Lindsay Insurance
Understanding the property claims process with different types of deductibles on the master insurance policy.
Bids & Specifications for Projects, presented by The Falcon Group
Falcon will overview the need for proper specifications, bidding and common oversights, and will discuss the pitfalls of hiring a contractor with no specs for large jobs with no professional oversight.
Blocking & Tackling - The Essentials of Client Retention, Presented by Associa Mid-Atlantic, AAMC
Learn the Importance of communications relating to the fundamentals of client retention
Changes in Sealcoating, Presented by MACADAM Co.
Discussion on the new types of sealcoating materials for asphalt paved surfaces in your community associations.
Indemnification: Is Association Management Properly Covered?, Presented by Smith Insurance Associates
Mold Remediation, Presented by Belfor USA
What to look for and What steps to take.
Hiring a Hygienist to diagnose, test and write to Scope of Work.
The remediation process.
Post Judgment Collections: Show Me the Money, presented by Steven L. Sugarman & Associates
This interactive round table discussion will focus on how associations can recover monies after obtaining a judgment against a delinquent unit owner, including the use of such methods as repayment agreements, asset identification, garnishments, sale of personal property as well as the unit and related enforcement strategies. Attendees will also be provided with the opportunity to discuss challenges to post-judgment collection efforts, such as a mortgagee's foreclosure and a unit owner's bankruptcy. A great way to learn what to do to get from the judgment to the money for your association.
Proactive vs Reactive Maintenance for Building Exteriors, presented by Lemus Construction
The key to long-term performance is proactive maintenance, which helps identify problems at early stages, when they can be corrected before they become emergency work orders and complaints from residents and owners. The decision about maintenance expenses is are paying before or after it manifests?
Drone Technology, presented by Kipcon, Inc.
This presentation will illustrate drone technology and how it can be used effectively
Free breakfast, networking and door prizes!
Registration & Breakfast: 8:30 AM
Welcome Announcements 8:50 AM
Roundtables 9:00 to 11:30 AM
11:30 AM Door Prizes
This event provides managers with (3) continuing education credits
ATTENTION MANAGERS! In order for you to correctly receive continuing education credits for attending this program, you must register yourself from your own individual member profile. If you register additional managers from your profile, they will not receive continuing education credits on their membership profile. If you need to register someone other than yourself for this program, or are having difficulty registering additional attendees, please contact the chapter office by phone at 610-783-1315 and we will process your attendee registrations internally.