Mama Said There'd Be Days Like This ...
When you were growing up you likely heard many words of wisdom from your mother, wise woman that she was. And on April 23rd, 2015 you will hear words of fair housing wisdom from two well known industry teachers, Anne Sadovsky and Nadeen Green. When it comes to fair housing, it is better the devil you know than the devil you don’t know. With topics to discuss ranging from service animals to hoarding, from marketing mistakes to occupancy standards and rules for children, it is better to be safe than sorry. Doing things right makes good sense, becauseyour sins will find you out. And if you end up on the wrong side of a fair housing case, remember what Mama said: Money does not grow on trees!
LAST YEAR’S EVENT was the second best attended event of the NVSAA calendar. Over 500 industry folks attended an event which consisted of a fair housing presentation designed to evolve organically.
This year join the NVSAA, Nadeen Green (For Rent Media Solutions™) and Anne Sadovsky in what will be an amazing Fair Housing experience.
Check out this year's event:
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Las Vegas, Nevada
March 27th, 2015 | 9:00a - 11:00a
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