Calendar For Upcoming Events

January 14 Board Meeting
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January 17 General Membership Mtg. - Thursday, January 17, 2018
 
- Social hour at 6:30 PM
 
 - Program Begins at 7:00 PM

“ Navigating the Legal System” *

Presenter:  Dan Kathren, District Court Judge

We will discuss the various courts and how to choose where to sue,
hiring lawyers, and how to keep judges happy.

* No legal advice will be given, but general information will be provided
about the courts and legal system.
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February 11 Board Meeting

February 20 Legislative Hill Day

February 21 General Membership Mtg.


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Contacts:

Office: Sheri@EverstarRealty.com

        Phone: 509-783-1800

Website:
duffer1a@gmail.com

Landlord and Tenant Questions (Grasshopper): 1-833 - 276 - 2509

Washington Landlord Association (WLA) Website  

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New Member Application (Please click)

Fill out form and enclose membership dues (as indicated) to:
1920 Pittsburgh St., Suite C
Kennewick, WA 99336

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The Benton-Franklin Rental Owners Association (BROA), an incorporated non-
profit organization, primarily represents members from Richland, Kennewick
and Pasco  (commonly called the Tri-Cities) although there are members from
several of the surrounding communities, and out-of-state and country, such as
Benton City, Prosser, Grandview and Connell. In addition, there are members
from California, Canada, etc., who have moved from the Tri-Cities,  still own
rentals here, and want to keep in touch with what is happening in the local rental
industry.

The organization was formed in 1962 by a group of concerned residential rental
property owners.  It was founded for the purpose of serving the interests and
welfare of its members who are owners and operators of rental housing
properties. The association seeks to protect private property rights from the
inroads of government controls, and to advise and disseminate information to
its members relative to the more economical operation and maintenance of
their rental properties.

Today, more than 50 years later, there are 250 - 325 members, representing
several thousand units in the Tri-Cities and outlying areas, and over 25
commercial members. With membership in BROA, there are many benefits as
outlined below. However, the primary ones include education, rental forms, and
legislative representation.
Benton-Franklin Rental Owners Association (BROA)