Blighted, Abandoned, & Dilapidated Property Conference (BAD) - June 28-29 in Lexington
Blighted, Abandoned, & Dilapidated Property Conference (BAD)
Thursday, June 28 – Friday, June 29, 2018
Hyatt Regency - Patterson Rooms
401 W. High Street,
Lexington, KY 40507
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Back by popular demand, the Kentucky League of Cities is excited to host our second Abandoned, Blighted & Dilapidated Property Conference. This two-day conference is jam packed with a variety of courses which include the Cost and Negative Effects of Blight, Rental Regulation Issues, Hoarding and Overcrowding, Condemnation and Demolition, and other relevant topics to address blight in your city.
Keynote Speaker - "An Insider’s Look at the Costs and Negative Effects of Blight"
Paul David Brown - Real Estate Broker, Certified General Appraiser, AQB Nationally Certified USPAP Instructor, Auctioneer, IFAS, GAA
When the mortgage foreclosure crisis hit in 2007, blight and abandonment started touching every city and community in the Commonwealth. This session, presented by a real estate broker and certified general appraiser, will provide an inside perspective about what causes properties to become blighted, abandoned and dilapidated. Mr. Brown will also discuss what happens to these properties after the bank forecloses on them and the negative effects these properties have on banks and their communities.
- The Cost and Negative Effects of Blight
- Code Enforcement Update
- Process from A-Z
- Rental Regulation Issues
- Hoarding and Overcrowding
- Disposal of Unihabitable Mobile Homes
- Improving Efficiency of the Foreclosure Process
- Right of Entry/Denial of Entry- Strategies & Tips
- Lunch and Learn-Case Study of What Works and What Doesn’t
- How to Draft and Implement an Ordinance
- Contaminated Properties
* subject to change