Doors Open for Attendee Check-in/Registration

10:00am – 4:30pm: Exhibit Hall Open/Food Court
Hundreds of exhibitors featured offering all types of co-op, condo and HOA 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.

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

11:00am – 3:00pm: 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, managing agents and residents.

Apartment Management Seminars 2018

Rights & Responsibility - Understanding the Warranty of Habitability
Presented by: The Cooperator
9:30am-10:15am, Room 1
Get a crash course in understanding the Warranty of Habitability and what it means for you as a landlord. What services and amenities must you provide your tenants by law, and how should you address complaints that they're not being provided? Get tips for conflict resolution, better communication and transparency, and how to avoid acrimony and costly litigation.

Rent or Buy? - Marketing Your Properties to a Changing Demographic
Presented by: The Cooperator
3:00pm-3:45pm, Room 1
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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Seminars 2018

Homesharing - How to Handle the Impact of Airbnb in Your Building
Presented by: The Cooperator
10:30am - 11:30am, Room 2
Homesharing is a trend that's not likely to disappear any time soon -- and it poses unique challenges to boards. This seminar will explore the legality of homesharing, security/privacy concerns, house rules for co-ops/condos, and impact on property values, as well as ways for boards and residents to compromise on homesharing policy in their buildings and associations.

Local Law 11/FISP - Facade Inspection & Safety Requirements: What Your Board/Management Team Must Know
Presented by: The Cooperator
11:00am - 11:45am, Room 1
If your building is over six stories, you MUST have exterior walls and features such as balconies professionally inspected every five years, or risk unsafe conditions and hefty fines. Come learn about inspection criteria, checklists, important filing deadlines, and what to do if your building receives a citation.

The Cogeneration Advantage - Maximizing Savings with VSO Technology
Sponsored by: Tecogen
Speaker: Benjamin M. Locke, Co-Chief Executive Officer
11:45am - 12:45pm, Room 2
More and more multifamily buildings and HOAs are adopting cogeneration systems to save on energy costs -- but not all co-gen systems are created equal. New technology and methods are making the transition faster, easier, and more wallet-friendly than ever before. Come learn about CHP and VSO technologies and how they can help your community save thousands by generating its own juice.

Benchmarking, Green Buildings, and PlaNYC - How Does Your Building Measure Up?
Presented by: The Cooperator
12:45pm - 1:30pm, Room 1
Local Laws 84 and 87 -- also called the Greener, Greater Buildings Plan (PlaNYC) -- are the cornerstones of New York City’s efforts to make New York a leader in green living. Come find out about how energy usage and sourcing are monitored, deadlines for compliance, and how your building can take advantage of local and state incentives to save energy - and money.

The Economics of Multifamily Solar
Sponsored by: Best Energy Power
Speaker: Ronnie Mandler, Founder/President
1:30pm - 2:30pm, Room 2
Solar power is a rapidly-expanding, incredibly promising solution to energy costs and environmental impact for multifamily buildings. The first part of this seminar will cover some basics about how solar works; the second half will demystify the economics of solar: the costs, benefits, and incentives, as well as giving a clearer picture of the potential return on investment for your own building, and the financing options available.

Dealing With Problem Residents & Objectionable Tenants - What Boards Can Do When Talking Fails
Presented by: Smith, Buss & Jacobs
Speakers: Kenneth Jacobs, Partner and Domenick Tammaro, Partner
2:30pm - 3:30pm, Room 1
Every association has one: the compulsive litigator, the bully, the hoarder, the smoker, the difficult roommate, the weekend worker, and the resident who disregards every house rule and seems impervious to every penalty. This seminar will offer tips on what a board can do: when to consider compassionate intervention versus more aggressive action, when to invoke the “objectionable conduct” clause, and other potential remedies. Panelists will discuss liability, the duty and limitations of the board, legal implications of 'objectionable' conduct, and what resources may exist that can help boards dealing with a problem tenant.


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