Help Improve Your Building

Please join us for UHAB’s free training to help you strengthen your building while keeping costs down. Classes cover financial management, property management, resources for buildings in trouble, maintaining the affordability of your building and community, meeting your corporate and regulatory requirements, and much more.

Classes are taught in either English (ENG) or Spanish (ESP)

Dates are as follows:

Thurs, 7/21 Payroll (ENG)
Mon, 7/25 Working with Tenants & Shareholders (ENG)
Tues, 7/26 Building Finance (ENG)
Wed, 7/27 Trabajando con Inquilinos y Accionistas (ESP)
Mon, 8/1 Las Finanzas del Edificio (ESP)
Tues, 8/2 Nómina de Sueldos (ESP)
Wed, 8/3 Educación de Accionistas (ESP)
Thurs, 8/4 Monthly Financial Reports for TIL Buildings (ENG)
Mon, 8/8 Informes Financieros mensuales para
edificios que estan en el programa de TIL (ESP)
Tues, 8/9 Distressed HDFCs (ENG)
Wed, 8/10 Shareholder Training (ENG)
Mon, 8/15 Removing Violations (ENG)
Tues, 8/16 Advanced Co-op Management (ENG)
Thurs, 8/18 Nómina de Sueldos (ESP)
Mon, 8/22 La Venta de Acciones (ESP)
Tues, 8/23 Selling Shares (ENG)
Wed, 8/24 Contratación Intensiva (ESP)
Thurs, 8/25 Payroll (ENG)

WHEN
July 21, 2016 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
Goddard Riverside Community Center
664 W 161st St
New York, NY 10032
United States
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