The fourth annual California Landlords’ Summit on Homelessness will be held on Thursday, September 23, 2021. CLSH is California’s premier event for landlords, property managers, and developers who want to make a difference on homelessness. Event registration is free and currently open at clsh21.eventbrite.com. This is an online event.

CLSH brings landlords and property owners into conversation with homeless service providers to learn how they can help end homelessness in California. Industry experts will demonstrate how landlords can make sound business decisions by renting to individuals currently experiencing homelessness. Topics covered will include housing vouchers, rent guarantees, tenant support and more.

This year’s Summit will focus on missing middle housing as a solution to supply barriers that prevent people from accessing permanent housing. The program includes:

– Missing Middle Housing Keynote Address: Tony Perez, Director of Form-Based Coding, Opticos Design

– Housing Supply in the California Legislature: Greg Terzakis, Senior Vice President, California Apartment Association

– Call to Action: Arleana Waller, Founder and CEO, ShePower Global

– Housing Voucher Landlord Experience Panel

– Voucher Oriented Motel Conversion Panel

CLSH 2021 is hosted by Community Action Partnership of Kern and the Income Property Association of Kern. It is made possible with sponsorship from the Kern County Superintendent of Schools andouille  assistance from the Housing Authority of the County of Kern and the California Apartment Association.

California Landlords’ Summit on Homelessness

What: Free conference for landlords, real estate, and housing industry professionals.

Time: 9:30 am
Date: Thursday, September 23, 2021
Location: Online. Register at clsh21.eventbrite.com
Media partners can get more information by contacting:
James Burger
CAPK Outreach and Advocacy Coordinator
jburger@capk.org
(661) 331-6976

About Community Action Partnership of Kern

Community Action Partnership of Kern (CAPK) was established in 1965 and administers more than a dozen programs aimed at meeting children, families and individuals at their point of need. CAPK is one of more than 1,000 Community Action agencies nationwide and is one of Kern County’s largest nonprofit 501(c) (3) corporations. We work in collaboration with other human services agencies and organizations to help low-income residents pursue their educational goals, secure and retain employment, maintain adequate housing, access medical services, obtain utility bill payment subsidies and residential weatherization assistance, counteract hunger and food insecurity, obtain child care and preschool education, and engage in personal and family development opportunities to build and achieve individual and family self-sufficiency. For more information, please visit www.capk.org or search for Community Action Partnership of Kern on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About Income Property Association of Kern

The Income Property Association of Kern exists to provide knowledge, networking, and resources that assist landlords in operating profitable and ethical rental properties. IPAK is a member driven trade association that engages in public affairs and government relations on behalf of owners, investors, developers, managers, and suppliers of rental homes and apartment communities. For more information, please visit ipaknet.org or search Income Property Association of Kern on Facebook and LinkedIn.