SHORT TERM LEASES AND
THE SUPER BOWL
Date: Thursday, August 21, 2014
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 12:45 p.m. (0.75 CLE credit available)
Location: State Bar of Arizona, 4201 N. 24th Street, Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85016
Register: With the State Bar of Arizona TODAY! Seating is limited!
Summary: The Valley of the Sun will be the entertainment hub of the world next January and February. Phoenix will host not only the Super Bowl, but also the NFL Pro Bowl, the Waste Management Phoenix Open, and the Barrett Jackson Collector Car Auction. Short-term rentals will be in high demand. Many people have already rented their homes for January and February of next year. This 45 minute “CLE snippet” will discuss the legal implications of short-term leases, including “inn-keeper” statutes vs. the Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant Act, rental applications and background checks, rental tax issues, the short-term lease, and VRBO.
Christopher Charles is a State Bar certified real estate specialist and a former “Broker Hotline Attorney” for the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (the “AAR”). He is a Partner with the law firm Titus Brueckner & Levine PLC.
Christopher is also an Arbitrator and Mediator for AAR regarding real estate disputes; he serves on the State Bar of Arizona’s Civil Jury Instructions Committee where he helped draft the Agency Instructions, Nuisance and Trespass Instructions, and the Residential Landlord/Tenant Eviction Jury Instructions.
Christopher is a licensed real estate instructor and he teaches continuing education classes at the Arizona School of Real Estate and Business. For a list of upcoming speaking engagements, please visit www.tbl-law.com. Christopher can be reached at email@example.com or at 480-483-9600.
Andrew Spitler focuses his legal practice in the area of estate planning and real estate, holds an active real estate license, and is a member of AAR. He is an Associate with the firm Titus Brueckner & Levine PLC.
As an estate planner Andrew provides customized estate planning solutions based on client needs, family particulars, assets, possible taxation, and potential risks. In many instances estate planning involves advising clients with regard to acquisitions, sales, leasing, titling and long term planning for their real estate holdings. Andrew is also a probate real estate specialist and represents clients through the confusing and difficult task of settling an estate when probate is applicable or in trust / estate administration when assets pass outside of probate.
Andrew often presents at seminars for Realtors, and has been involved with numerous real estate transactions involving real estate leases and sales. Andrew can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 480-483-9600.