UMSL’s Landlord Training Program

If you’re new to landlording or could use a refresher, the University of Missouri St. Louis will be holding a 6-hour Landlord Training class this March.

Here is the basics on the course:

The University of Missouri–St. Louis Division of Continuing Education and its Center for Entrepreneurship & Economic Education announces the Landlord Training Program, a two-day, six-hour program leading to success in the rental housing business.

The program is from 6:00–9:00 p.m., Thursdays, March 4 and March 11. The seminar will be located in Clayton, MO, at the World Trade Center Building, Room 1009, 121 South Meramec (at Bonhomme). The registration fee is $70, which also includes a 500-page landlord resource book. Registration deadline is March 2.

Whether you’re a first-time investor or an experienced landlord, this course will teach useful, practical information that will help improve the bottom line. Participants will learn how to determine if a property is a good investment, find and select quality tenants, write proper leases, avoid housing court, and protect the investment. A Q&A session at each seminar will further aid the learning process.

Instructors include Don Benski and Tim Kanke of the St. Louis Real Estate Investors Association and Joseph O’Connell of the St. Louis County Neighborhood Preservation.

For more information, or to register, please visit the Landlord Training Program Web site or call (314) 516-5974.


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