Seminar addresses bottom line.
"This year's seminar series addresses serious, bottom line issues," points out Mr. Robbins. "With apartment values at all-time highs, it behooves not only board members, but unit owners and shareholders to pick up as much information as possible in order to maintain their assets."
In addition to the seminars, this year's Expo will feature 210 exhibition booths and an all-day rotation of Free Advice booths manned by property managers, attorneys, accountants, insurance experts and other professionals. Complimentary copies of industry resource directories will be distributed throughout the day and there will be hourly raffle drawings and a Grand Prize of one month's free maintenance (up to $1,000).
In the past few years, the Expo has attracted crowds ranging between 4,000 and 5,000 visitors, many of whom pre-register online at www.coopexpo.com or call toll-free at 888-249-0367. Admission to the Expo and seminars is free, but preregistration is advised.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Mar 2, 2005|
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