Education for your Community Association
Seminar for Owners and Board Members in Condominiums and HOAs
WSCAI Saturday Seminar for Condos and HOAs – March 10, 2018
Saturday Seminars are offered four to six times per year. Each seminar is three hours long; full of timely information to assist owners and board members who reside in all forms of community associations – condominiums, homeowners associations (HOA) and cooperatives. Various topics are covered by industry professionals who are members of WSCAI and specialize in a segment of the industry.
Date & Time
Registration & Breakfast:
9 a.m. – Noon
100-112th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
$35 thru 2/26; $45 thru 3/2; $55 after 3/2
$75 thru 2/26; $85 thru 3/2; $95 after 3/2
3/10/18 Seminar Topic
Real News on Short-Term Rentals (think Airbnb and VRBO)
A seminar for board members, community association managers and unit owners
For associations, short-term rental guests can present a “host” of problems. Overuse and misuse of common areas, excessive noise, parking problems, and lack of security are a few of the complaints associations have about short-term rentals. For hosts and users of short-term rental sites like Airbnb and VRBO, the services provide a way to produce income and travel in a less expensive way.
This presentation will provide background and discussion around short-term rental services. Also, we will discuss laws, regulations, and other legal issues that may apply within your association. Finally, come prepared to tell your stories and experiences about short-term rentals, and let’s come up with solutions on how associations can successfully balance the competing interests and avoid conflicts!
Justyk Legal PLLC
William Justyk founded Justyk Legal PLLC in 2017 and his practice includes community association and landlord-tenant law. William has represented condominium and homeowner associations throughout Washington since 2004 and has worked with associations to successfully resolve hundreds of disputes around property rights, corporate governance, assessments, fair housing, amendments to covenants/CC&R’s, landlord-tenant issues, and purchasing and selling residential real estate. William graduated from Syracuse University in 1998 and from Albany Law School of Union University in 2004. Since that time he has been a speaker, author and teacher of essential community association topics.