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August 9th and 10th, 2017; 8am - 5pm daily
Course 700 - Introduction to Property Management

Course Description:
This course addresses all major aspects of property and asset management. Participants will learn how to establish a cost-effective management plan that increases profitability, conserves resources and reduces risk exposure for properties managed.

- Establish, classify, and maintain a property inventory
- Develop simplified management policies and procedures
- Identify and evaluate risks, hazards and liabilities
- Establish ownership monitoring schedules to control encroachments and other unauthorized uses
- Decide if property should be leased, sold or held
- Recognize advantages and pitfalls of joint use agreements
- Effectively repair and maintain improved properties
- Profitably dispose of excess lands or property rights

Course Level:

Course Tuition Includes:
- $415 - Participant Manual
- After, 8/1/17 - $440

Who Should Take This Course:
This course is designed for the full-time asset manager or generalist who manages an organizations properties and who addresses all major aspects of property management.

Course Instructor:
Lisa L. Amos, SR/WA, has 25 years real estate experience, and since 2000 as property management supervisor with Maricopa County, Arizonas Public Works Real Estate Division, oversees a flood control district??s and transportation departments real estate holdings. From 1984-2000 Ms. Amos managed a Fortune 500 industrial companys Arizona and New Mexico real estate holdings, which included acquisition, disposition, and environmental compliance. She is former PDC chair of IRWA Kachina chapter #28, and a past president of the greater Phoenix chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction. Ms. Amos is a Planning Commissioner for a local municipality and city appointed member of an EPA Superfund site advisory group. She holds an Arizona real estate license, and completed her AAS degree in Mass Communication, BS degree in real estate, and Masters degree in Public Administration. She has been approved to facilitate IRWA 700 series courses.

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Maricopa County Flood Control
2801 West Durango St.
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Phone: (602) 506-1501
Participant Capacity: 25

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Class Cancellation & Tuition Refund Policy

Cancellation Policy
All classes scheduled by IRWA are subject to cancellation.

All class registrants are encouraged to contact the Course Coordinator prior to making travel arrangements, keeping in mind that the class may be canceled at any time(for reasons including, but not limited to, insufficient registration, Facilitator emergencies or other issues beyond the control of the chapter and/or IRWA). Fully liquidated damages for any losses incurred by a class registrant are limited solely to a refund of the registrant’s prepaid class tuition. IRWA and its chapters assume no other registrant liability resulting from class cancellation.

Refund Policy:
Written notification of intent to cancel registration must be received by both the Course Coordinator and Chapter Education Staff ( ) prior to the class start date in order to be eligible for a tuition refund. A full tuition refund will be issued if notice is received 15 days or more prior to class start date; a 75% refund will be issued if notice is received less than 15 days prior to the class start date; and no refund will be issued for notice received on or after the class start date.

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