LandlordsNY, the two-year-old insider's network of New York City landlords and property managers, is setting up shop next Tuesday, March 4, for its first ever bricks-and-mortar property management symposium, "Landlords Schooling Landlords." More than 300 members will gather at the Roosevelt Hotel in Midtown Manhattan at 9 a.m.
1. Rub elbows with other pros
Some 300 landlords and property managers will be on hand to swap advice, services and war stories--on everything from saving money to using the latest technology. Bring any paperwork and get it reviewed.
2. Ask property mogul Joseph Sitt anything
Joseph Sitt, one of the city's biggest landlords and among the largest property owners in SoHo, the Meatpacking District and Fifth Avenue, will share his experiences and inside tips for succeeding in the business. He’ll also be fielding questions from the audience on a panel called “Landlords Schooling Landlords,” which will feature other veteran building owners.
3. Make the most of the half-time show
In the Grand Ballroom, peruse great products and services that help your business run faster, smarter and more profitably. Bonus points: Top experts in law, finance, violations and energy issues will be on hand to answer your thorniest property management and landlording questions.
4. Hear from industry-wide experts
Check out panels on how to buy large and small properties in today's market, how to deal with violations and how to become more energy-efficient. Panelists aren’t just landlords. They include James Nelson, a commercial broker at Massey Knakal; architect and expediter Michael V. Santora, president of Crown Design and Consulting; and legal expert Jay B. Itkowitz of Itkowitz PLLC, among others.
5. Figure out this social media thing
Well, you may not figure it all out, but you’ll likely learn a thing or two from an expert panel on real estate on the Internet, with a special focus on social media.
Sound good? Sign up now and clear your calendar Tuesday morning. Tickets are $99. Can't make it this time? Join the inner circle of LandlordsNY (membership is free) to take advantage of information, services, and expert advice available online 24/7.
LandlordsNY is the first social network exclusively for landlords and property managers. New York landlords and managers enjoy a variety of free tools, resources, and services including the ability to ask questions to top industry experts, search for and obtain inquiries from qualified vendors, and most importantly, learn from each other. LandlordsNY is completely FREE to anyone who owns or manages property as a business in New York.