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Lessons Learned from Managing Over 1,000 Rentals

with... Multiple Speaker(s)

Join us and learn systems and processes from seasoned property managers to improve your own landlording business

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

SLCC, Miller Campus, KGMC
9750 South 300 West
Sandy, UT 84070

Are you a landlord, or aspiring to be?

Would you like to learn from the mistakes and successes of seasoned landlords in order to improve your own bottom line?

If so, join us for the June Main Monthly Meeting, where Jim Schulte and Jon Neviaser of Rize Property Management will teach us:

  • The mistakes they've made so your rental experience can be simple
  • Tenants - the good, the bad, and the well....Let's just say unique
  • The liability involved - Be ready for a lawsuit
  • Why rental property is an excellent passive investment
  • How to make it actually passive


Jim is President for Restore Utah where he oversees investing, rehabilitation and leasing activities. In the course of a diverse 25-year career in various as aspects of real estate development, investment and consulting Jim has proven himself to be skilled at planning and developing real estate projects, securing development rights, completing successful investments and evaluating market conditions. His real estate career includes management team roles at Kennecott Land and Boeing where he was responsible for the planning and entitlement of 89,000 acres in Salt Lake and a 260-acre infill project in Long Beach, CA. Other activities in his career have included apartment acquisitions totaling over $75 million for Archstone, and international real estate consulting assignments. Jim holds an MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA and a BBA in real estate and finance from SMU.


Jon is General Manager for Rize Property Management where he oversees property management operations for Restore and new business development for third party clients. He has extensive experience in operations management, business development and sales within real estate and previously the outdoor industry. Throughout his real estate career he has focused on providing clients with the maximum return on investment while constantly improving operations platforms to gain efficiencies. Jon previously held a management role at JG Real Estate in Philadelphia where he managed evolving operations of a rapidly growing client base. He has a BA in political science from the University of Vermont.

Rize Property Management is a residential property management firm focused in single family and small mulit-family investments. We strive to make owning investment property a passive investment for owners by truly partnering with our clients to maximize income and streamline operations. We developed our business from managing a large SFR portfolio for an institutional investor and currently focus on bringing our operational expertise to independent owners.
For more information about Rize Property Management, visit www.rizepropertymanagement.com.

For More Info:
 Contact Rebecca Dearing by calling (801) 647-8862 or by sending an e-mail to rebecca@utahreia.org.

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Date: Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

SLCC, Miller Campus, KGMC
9750 South 300 West
Sandy, UT 84070

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