Must-attend property management conferences: April-June 2017

Robin Young
Robin Young | 3 min. read
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Published on March 30, 2017

Looking to gain new skills to grow your business, stay plugged into current issues, and meet other professionals in your industry? Here are 5 property management conferences that we recommend attending, all taking place in the next 3 months (and we’ll be at many of them, too!). Be sure to check back later in the season to find out our top picks for the rest of the year.

CALNARPM

At the National Association of Residential Property Managers’ regional conference in Napa, over 200 California chapter members will gather for 3 days of informative speakers and valuable networking opportunities. Stop by booths 6 & 7 at the trade show to say hello to Buildium and All Property Management—and be sure to register for the Havana Nights Social Event on April 13!

April 12-14 in Napa, CA | Get more information

CAI Annual Conference & Exposition

This April, the Community Associations Institute will host over 2000 HOA managers from around the world at their annual conference and expo. Attendees can register for high-level educational sessions; take advantage of networking opportunities; and discover innovative products and services for community associations. Be sure to visit the Buildium and All Property Management booth (#1010) to enter our raffle!

May 4-6 in Las Vegas, NV | Get more information

New England Condominium Expo

In May, board members, property managers, condo and HOA decision-makers, and apartment building owners will gather in Boston (Buildium’s home city!) for this year’s NE Expo. Attendees will get access to over 175 exhibitors, educational seminars, networking events, and advice from industry experts. Buildium will be at the trade show—be sure to stop by booth #402 to hear about our property management software!

May 16 in Boston, MA | Get more information

NAA National Conference & Exposition

At this year’s National Apartment Association conference and expo, renowned speakers (including Alec Baldwin!) and industry experts will reveal their secrets for success. In addition, you’ll get the chance to network with nearly 10,000 peers and over 450 vendors (including Buildium! Come see us at booth #1427).

June 21-24 in Atlanta, GA | Get more information

Southern States Area Conference

The second annual Southern States Area Conference will be hosted by NARPM’s Atlanta Chapter in Savannah in June. The conference will feature renowned industry speakers and break-out sessions; a trade show with nearly 50 vendors; networking opportunities; and more.

June 28-30 in Savannah, GA | Get more information

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Robin Young

As Buildium’s Senior Researcher, Robin leverages her background in social science research and interest in real estate economics to identify trends in the rental market. She combines intensive market research with insights gleaned from surveys of property managers, renters, and rental owners to examine topics like shifting renter demographics, the housing affordability crisis, and the transformation of property management during COVID-19. She's best known as the author of the annual State of the Property Management Industry Report.

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