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Monday, November 18, 2019 11:30 AM 
Political Action Committee Luncheon

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Cost: This event is open to all HAA PAC members at a cost of $30 per person. Nonmembers of the PAC may attend for $40 per person.

Time: Registration begins at 11:30 a.m., lunch and program begin at Noon.

Directions: The Dinerstein Reed Prokop Education Center's Camden and Michael Stevens Interests Room is located on the second floor of the HAA/HAF Office Building, 4810 Westway Park Blvd., east of Clay Road and Sam Houston Pkwy.

Any questions and/or registrations should be directed to Alpa at apatel@haaonline.org or at 713-595-0302.

More information on HAA PAC can be found at www.haaonline.org/HAAPAC/


Tuesday, November 19, 2019 08:30 AM 
Fair Housing Seminar


Tuesday, November 19, 2019 04:00 PM 
Onsite Goes Offsite - Webster

Due to limited seating, this meeting is open to onsite personnel only.

"Networking means the act of exchanging information with people who can help you professionally."

Onsite Goes Offsite in Webster - Calling all Webster and surrounding area onsite personnel. Please join us for a little networking and fun!

Come meet your fellow industry peers. Your first drink is on us!



Wednesday, November 20, 2019 08:30 AM 
Avenues Maintenance - Session III
How Long Does It Really Take? With Mark Cukro This session is designed to be specifically applied to the Multi Family Industry plus you'll learn new tips and proven ways to be more productive. This unforgettable session will cover organizing priorities, tasks, and how long it should really take to complete the top 25 tasks done on site such as HVAC repairs, HVAC replacement, water heater replacement, and how to get to all of those service requests and emails that flood your in-box every day. We will compare what most Managers and Service Managers estimated and compare it to the technicians and professionals that actually do the work in the field. Whether you are in the office or in the service department you will take away some effective ways to manage time more efficiently and have a great time.

Thursday, November 21, 2019 06:00 PM 
2019 Annual Business Meeting
Join us as we honor recent NAA designates and nominate and elect our association leadership for 2020.

Friday, November 22, 2019 07:30 AM 
IROC Breakfast
Rescheduled from September: This month's topic: Tools, Technology, and (Breakfast) Tacos Join Julie Irvin Hartman, fellow entrepreneur and owner, as she shares technology and tools that impact your everyday! These apps, tools, and programs: boost productivity, save time, simplify your life, tackle daunting tasks and let you achieve your big dreams, and not break the bank! Discussion topics include:

" Web Accessibility

" Charge your cell phone faster

" Search Google Faster and get found easier

" Send Text messages from your computer

" Decision-making data websites

" Inbox Wrangling Plug-Ins

" Mobile Scanning Apps

" Project Management Tools

There will also be plenty of time to share your favorite app, tools and tips!

Wednesday, December 04, 2019 11:30 AM 
CAM Exam at HAA


Wednesday, December 04, 2019 03:30 PM 
Go Getter Happy Hour
Join the Go-Getters and help strengthen your association with new members and new involvement. New & prospective members are welcome! Visit the Go-Getters Corner at www.haaonline.org/gogetters for tips and tools for recruiting.

Friday, December 06, 2019 11:30 AM 
ACES Holiday Luncheon
Please note that this program is open only to executives in property management (Owners, Presidents, Regionals, Supervisors, Marketing/Training Directors, etc.). All eligible attendees to ACES luncheons will be able to invite any of their staff to the programs, provided the registration also includes at least one person at the Supervisor level or above.

Monday, December 09, 2019 08:30 AM 
CAPS: Client Services & Stakeholder Relations
Work with property owners to clarify their ownership goals. œ Identify and understand key parts of the management agreement that establish the management company’s responsibilities and obligations. œ Create regular owner’s reports to keep the property owner informed of the status of the property. œ Recognize the ways in which lenders, regulatory agencies, and local, state, and federal laws affect the management of multifamily housing properties. œ Coach your site team to provide a safe, habitable living environment for residents, while remaining in compliance with Fair Housing laws. œ Ask yourself the questions that lead to ethical decision-making.

Tuesday, December 10, 2019 08:30 AM 
CAPS: Investment Management
View property management from the perspective of a property owner with a significant investment to protect. œ Recognize different types of mortgages and sources of financing and the implications of each on the property’s debt service and reporting obligations. œ Lead site teams through the annual budgeting process. œ Work with site teams to monitor property financial performance, identify budget variances, key trends, and opportunities for improvement. œ Recognize different methods for determining a property’s value, and identify ways you can affect that property value.

Wednesday, December 11, 2019 08:30 AM 
CAPS: Improving Asset Performance
Investigate an underperforming property to find the sources of the problem. œ Use key performance indicators to get a full picture of a property’s performance. œ Understand how key performance indicators relate to each other. œ Effectively weigh the benefits of increasing income and reducing expenses. œ Identify likely solutions to common property performance problems.

Thursday, December 12, 2019 08:30 AM 
CAPS: Asset Evaluation
Identify the factors that affect the property ownership life cycle, and understand the CAPS role in shaping that life cycle. œ Assess legal, financial, and safety risks as part of the due diligence process. œ Perform the necessary components of due diligence (or lead others in doing so), including physical inspections and analysis of a property’s operational, commercial, and financial health. œ Report your findings to the property owner (or potential property owner), along with ramifications and recommended solutions. œ Manage the smooth transition of a property from one owner to another. œ Advise owners on the feasibility of new developments. œ Advise owners on renovation, disposition, or refinancing of existing properties.

Friday, December 13, 2019 07:30 AM 
IROC Breakfast - December
The Independent Rental Owners' Connection (IROC) offers customized education and networking programs just for you!

This month's topic: TBA


Friday, December 13, 2019 08:30 AM 
CAPS: Talent Management
Maintain open and productive communication with site teams, even when they are geographically distant from you. œ Manage team members who may have more expertise than you do. œ Understand the role you play in retaining valuable, high-performing team members. œ Ensure that your site team recruits qualified candidates in a legally compliant manner. œ Ensure that your site team members: œ Are sufficiently trained and integrated into the team. œ Function well as a team. œ Receive the mentoring, coaching, and feedback they need to grow as professionals. œ Are treated in a manner that is both fair and dignified should discipline or separation become necessary. œ Manage site teams during a property sale, whether you are on the seller’s side or the buyer’s side.

Friday, December 13, 2019 01:00 PM 
CAPS: Contemporary Issues in Multifamily Housing
Be familiar with the current issues affecting multifamily housing property management.

Thursday, December 19, 2019 06:30 PM 
HAA "NEXT": Mix and Mingle


Wednesday, January 08, 2020 11:30 AM 
NW Lunch & Learn - January
What Does 2020 Look Like for Apartments?

Come get a market report for the area. What does that mean for occupancy? Rent? New construction and more!


Bring you questions! FREE to attend but MUST RSVP in order to guarantee a lunch.

Need help Registering, email Outreach at outreach@haaonline.org


Friday, January 17, 2020 07:00 PM 
2020 Installation Gala
The Houston Apartment Association cordially invites you join Clay Hicks, 2020 HAA President & 2020 HAA Officers, Board of Directors, and Product Service Council Officers to witness and celebrate the installation of the 2020 Leadership.

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 11:30 AM 
NW Lunch & Learn - March
POOLS

Is your pool ready for pool season? Come hear about what changes have been made about pool inspections and get tips for what you need to do.


Bring you questions! FREE to attend but MUST RSVP in order to guarantee a lunch.

Need help Registering, email Outreach at outreach@haaonline.org


Wednesday, May 13, 2020 11:30 AM 
NW Lunch & Learn - May
FIRE MARSHAL

Come hear fire updates and tips from the Harris County Fire Marshal.


Bring you questions! FREE to attend but MUST RSVP in order to guarantee a lunch.

Need help Registering, email Outreach at outreach@haaonline.org


Thursday, November 19, 2020 06:00 PM 
2020 Annual Business Meeting
Join us as we honor recent NAA designates and nominate and elect our association leadership for 2020.

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