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There’s So Much to Learn At the May 20th Condo Expo!

The world of community association living is constantly changing, as new technologies, new laws, and new ideas arrive on the scene. Whether you’re a homeowner, a board member, or a community association professional, you know it’s important to keep up with these changes. And there’s no better place to do that than at the New England Condo Expo!

On Tuesday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. service providers and professionals in every aspect of condominium life will gather at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. It’s a great opportunity to meet these professionals, see what new products and services are available for communities and attend educational seminars presented by experts in the condominium field.

The seminars at our sixth annual Expo will cover everything from super liens to community disputes, amending your house rules and bylaws to dealing with pests in your condo or HOA community. The lineup includes: “Default: Examining Lien Enforcement, Foreclosures and the "Super Lien Law" — What You Need to Know,” presented by attorneys from Marcus, Errico, Emmer & Brooks; ”Pets, Poop & Pot -- Neighborly Disputes,” presented by the law office of Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi; “Breaking Bad - The Insiders Guide to Bylaws & Rules.” “Roaches, Bedbugs & Mice - Oh My!” and “Secrets to a Successful, Efficient & Productive Board,” all sponsored by New England Condominium. See seminar schedule in the full pullout guide.

The seminars tend to attract standing-room-only audiences so make plans to arrive early for an information-packed day..

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