Berzack Investment Property Advisors to Host Annual Complimentary, RSVP-Required Multifamily Wealth Seminar in Studio City, CA for Investors
Top Los Angeles experts, including guest speaker from AAGLA, speak on "what owners need to know for 2016"
STUDIO CITY, CA – Jan. 5, 2016- Berzack Investment Property Advisors, a leading Southern California multifamily specialty group of Lee & Associates-LA North/Ventura, Inc., will host a complimentary, RSVP-required seminar featuring multifamily experts speaking on the regulations affecting owners most in 2016 and taking audience questions.
This fourth annual seminar in the group's Multifamily Wealth Seminar series will take place Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Sportsmen’s Lodge Event Center, 4234 Coldwater Canyon Ave. in Studio City, CA. The evening includes a buffet dinner, and ample complimentary parking is available on site.
The event will feature special guest speakers including James B. Clarke, executive vice president of the Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles (AAGLA), and Steve Carlson, owner of Steve Carlson and Associates and a prominent state lobbyist, along with an exclusive presentation by CoStar revealing its latest market report and forecast. The expert multifamily panel will include specialists in management, real estate law, brokerage, insurance and retrofitting, who will also take direct audience questions about owners' biggest concerns and challenges. The evening will center around educating owners on the most crucial regulations, examining how they will affect them personally, and sharing strategies on how to navigate today's complicated regulatory climate."In an endless sea of new and changing regulations, owners often get overwhelmed, confused or ignore them altogether," said Warren Berzack, president of Berzack Investment Property Advisors and a principal of Lee & Associates. "But understanding what applies to you is so important, and the risks of non-compliance can be an owner's worst nightmare. I’ve seen people lose control of their properties and be tied up for years dealing with the fallout. So this year I've hand-picked a team of incredibly savvy multifamily experts to help owners make sense of all the noise, better protect themselves and save more of their hard-earned cash."
Likely topics for the evening will include: the key regulations impacting Los Angeles owners in 2016; the new retrofitting laws; how to best protect one's assets; how to avoid and manage state and city obstacles; and what risks aren't worth taking.
"Warren always produces a first-class event, and this year is no exception," said Mike Tingus, principal/chairman of Lee & Associates LA-North/Ventura, Inc. "He's also managed to cover the entire city and state regulatory landscapes in a program that's concise yet really thorough. It's like having a complete multifamily advisory team in your back pocket."
In addition to Berzack, the expert multifamily panel includes: Cindy Gray, president of Moss & Company; Joseph Schneerson, owner of Shomer Insurance Agency, Inc.; John Taferner, vice president of Cal Quake Construction; Ira Rosenblatt, an attorney with R2 Law Group, LLP; and Stephen Geiger, a principal with Lee & Associates-LA North/Ventura, Inc. In addition to Clarke and Carlson, guest speakers will include Justin Brown, Senior Sales Executive with CoStar Group.
Last year's seminar drew over 150 investors, and past attendees have called the annual seminar series a "can't-miss event" for multifamily investors.
"Every year, we try to give owners fresh, relevant topics so they can stay up-to-date on what matters most and protect and grow their portfolios," said Berzack. "That's partly what sets Berzack Advisors apart. We're all about the big picture and adding value, far beyond just 'doing a deal'. Our number one priority is helping owners over the long-term to maximize their investments' wealth and security."Seating is limited and RSVP’s are required by Jan. 22 to 818.933.0331 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Attendees may submit questions for the panel with their RSVPs.