Landlords, Homeowners & Renters:
Don’t miss out on free upcoming workshops
Mark your calendars for November 19 and December 5
Saturday, November 19:
Are you worried about keeping your home?
Do you know your housing rights?
Join us at La Villita Community Church (2300 S. Millard Chicago, IL 60623) from 10am to noon to learn about your options and rights as a homeowner or renter during these challenging times. The event is free, bilingual (English/Spanish) and open to the public, brought to you in partnership with Enlace Chicago and John Marshall Law School Predatory Lending Project.
Register here in advance or contact Adrian Esquivel at Enlace Chicago: 773-823-1062.
* John Marshall Law School Predatory Lending Project
* U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Chicago’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity
* Lawyers Committee for Better Housing
* Latino Policy Forum
Funded in part by: The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the City of Chicago Department of Housing and Economic Development Housing Bureau.
Are you a landlord?
Or want learn more about what a landlord is supposed to do?
Join us on Monday, December 5 from 10am to 4pm at 180 N. Michigan, Chicago 60601 (6th Floor Conference Room) to learn effective, professional property management practices. You’ll get tips on dealing with tenants, leases, understanding the eviction process, maintenance, and property management and will walk away with an understanding of what’s involved in becoming a landlord or owning property.
· Marketing/Tenant Selection Plan;
· Preventative Routine Maintenance;
· Fair Housing; and
· Residential landlord tenant ordinance (focus on Chicago)
There is no cost to attend, but preregistration is required. Space is limited. Box lunch will be provided. Please indicate if special accommodations or Spanish translation are needed. This property management training is brought to you in partnership with Community Investment Corporation.
Latino Policy Forum is funded in part by the City of Chicago Housing and Economic Development Housing Bureau.