Archive for Linn County

November Meeting – Noon

Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month.  Due to Covid restrictions and venue availability, please check for monthly updates for meeting locations and times. Speaker: TBA Date: Thursday, Nov. 12 Time: Place: Meal Cost:

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Landlords of Iowa Annual Convention

Note: No regular meeting this month. Landlords of Linn County is hosting the 2020 Landlords of Iowa State Convention Save the Date: 2020 Annual Convention Date: Thursday, Oct. 15 and Friday, Oct. 16, 2020 Location: TBD Registration: $99  

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February Meeting – 7:00 PM

Note: Since our February meeting falls on Valentine’s Day, we will meet at noon this month. Speaker & Topic: TBA Date: Thursday, Feb. 13th Time: Dinner and social starts at 6:30 pm. Program starts at 7:00 pm. Place: Best Western Longbranch Hotel Address: 90 Twixt Town Rd NE, Cedar Rapids Meal Cost:

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December – Annual Meeting and Christmas Party

Join us for our 2020 Annual Meeting and  Christmas Party! Location and details to be determined.

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Jeffrey Taylor “Mr. Landlord” is Keynote Speaker at March 15th Lunch & Learn

Don’t miss our biggest event of the year! Landlords of Linn County will be meeting this month on Wednesday, March 15th at the downtown Cedar Rapids Library. Two of the biggest names in the industry will be presenting. First, Jeffery Taylor will speak about the “Six top ways to Improve Cash Flow” in your rental […]

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Register now: Landlords Lunch & Learn!

Date: Wednesday, Mar. 15, 2017 Time: Noon to 4:00 PM Place: Cedar Rapids Public Library (downtown) Address: 450 5th Ave SE, Cedar Rapids (parking available in adjacent ramp or lot behind library) Cost: $18/person (includes lunch) Join us for a day of education especially for landlords! You will learn from two of the top names in the […]

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September Meeting

Hawkeye Area Community Action Program is a community nonprofit dedicated to the improvement of life in our communities. Do you know about HACAP’s Weatherization and Energy Assistance Programs for low income residents? HACAP’s website states, “Weatherization directly benefits low-income households by reducing their energy costs. In the process, it allows people to stop making the […]

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