Property Trax: Registration open now for October seminars on landlord/tenant state law changes

2011-09-29T07:30:00Z 2012-05-22T17:42:29Z Property Trax: Registration open now for October seminars on landlord/tenant state law changesKAREN RIVEDAL | | 608-252-6106 | @PropTrax

People who work with rental housing can attend one of three identical one-day seminars about housing law being offered around the state in October by the Madison-based Tenant Resource Center.

Dates and locations are:

• Oct. 12, in Appleton, at the Goodwill Community Center, 1800 Appleton Road, Door #2

• Oct. 19, in Stevens Point, at UW-Stevens Point's Dreyfus University Center, Room 374

• Oct. 28, in Janesville, at the Rock County Job Center, 1900 Center Ave., Room J

(Click here to download a detailed brochure and registration paperwork).

Center Executive Director Brenda Konkel said the presentations are open to all individuals, agencies and businesses involved in rental housing, including landlords, property managers, caseworkers, advocates, lawyers and police.

Attendees will learn about the laws and issues that arise in rental housing, with a focus on any recent changes in state law. Participants will receive a set of the center's informational brochures, along with a packet of training handouts and a housing counselor training guide.

The seminars, which cost $125 with pre-registration or $145 without, will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a lunch break. Three or more people from the same agency can pre-register for $100 per person.

To pre-register, people can call 608-257-0143, email at or stop at the Madison office at 1202 Williamson St. between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.


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