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Reading City & Local Associations Offer Guidance For Landlords And Tenants

by Reading-Berks Association of Realtors

Jun 04, 2021

Landlord / tenant relationships can start out great, but after years of property issues, rent concerns, and recent eviction moratoriums; things can become uncertain and unclear. The City of Reading’s Human Relations Committee, along with the Berks County Bar Association and Reading-Berks Association of REALTORS® have joined forces to offer a free virtual session open to all. This session, entitled “The Do’s & Don’ts Regarding Landlord/Tenant Actions” will include information about how to handle a court appearance, and discuss all that is available to landlords regarding financial assistance, the mortgage eviction moratorium and other like topics.

Panelists will include REALTOR® Angela Tolosky, Donald F. Smith, Jr., Esquire of MidPenn Legal Services, and Scott G. Hoh, Esquire from the Law Offices of Scott G. Hoh.

All landlords, tenants, investors, and the general public are invited to join this informational session. They ask that you register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYkd-qtrzIrHNCvLI3zHPCaK7E8rJkyvm1Q?fbclid=IwAR3-d7yhioVadg4GN7zMnCtZqqf-kTIlG8bTD6go2OxBPAiqUvj0HeZoGwQ

Submit your questions inside the chatbox on the day of. The Landlord/Tenant Do’s & Don’ts Session will be held virtually via zoom on June 23, 2021 beginning at noon. If you have any additional questions please feel free to reach out to the Director of Communications & Professional Development at the REALTOR Association: Mayleene DeFreece via email: [email protected]

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