The AASEW’s next meeting will feature Dr. Rent’s TOP TEN Landlording Pitfalls to Avoid
When: Monday April 15th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.
Where: The Best Western, 1005 S. Moorland Road, Brookfield 53005
Who: John “Dr. Rent” Fisher
Cost: This meeting is free for current AASEW members, $25 for guests or expired members
Bad things happen to good people. When a good landlord falls victim to a bad tenant, we all know the results. Dealing with bad tenants is already hard enough, but too often good landlords fall victim to their own mistakes as well. Dr. Rent will discuss the 10 most common mistakes that he has seen in over two decades as a landlord in Wisconsin. One of the best things that we can all do is learn from our mistakes, but Dr. Rent has found it wiser to learn from others.
About our speaker: John H. Fischer is a Wausau, Wisconsin area landlord. He started working part-time with Emmerich & Associates, Inc. in 1993 and since then has worked in nearly every aspect of the real estate investment field. He has been involved with residential, commercial and industrial rental properties as well as vacant land sales and condominium development.
Observing a number of old and new landlords going to court and having a hard time because of their not understanding Wisconsin’s complicated laws and procedures, Mr. Fischer has been making an effort to educate Landlords on the proper way to do things for over a decade, and has taught classes on everything from accounting, to proper management procedures to Landlord-Tenant law. He has provided training sessions through Lorman and Sterling educational services. He has also presented seminars to a number of local apartment associations as well as the Wisconsin Apartment Association. He offers a series of courses in real estate investing through the University of Wisconsin Continuing Education program.
Mr. Fischer holds a real estate Broker license and is past president of the Wausau Area Apartment Association and Wisconsin Apartment Association. He is a member of Wausau’s Housing Code Task Force. He has degrees in International Business Management (with Honors) as well as Human Resources Management (with Honors) from the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Business. He is also a graduate of the Bryce Harlow Institute for Business and Government Affairs, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
You will not want to miss this meeting!!
Hope to see everyone there.