Meriden, CT, March 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The Connecticut Real Estate Investors Association, or CT REIA, in association with the Apartment Owners Association of Connecticut, or AOACT, is announcing the March 2010 AOACT meeting with CPA Ted Lanzaro, Tom Ackman of Cardinal Home Inspection, and George Chiodo of Surface Creation. This event will take place on Wednesday, March 10th from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, at the Comfort Inn in Meriden, CT. This event is free for all attendees.
CPA Ted Lanzaro will discuss: how to accelerate and maximize depreciation on the properties you buy, the difference between a repair and an improvement and how to maximize your deductions with repairs, how to make sure you are taking all of the deductions allowed to you by the IRS tax code, how to get tax credits for making your properties more energy efficient, and why you want to be considered a real estate professional. Tom Ackman will discuss how to inspect one hundred year old buildings, and the expectations and concerns that come along with them. George Chiodo will demonstrate his products for resurfacing countertops, walkways, steps, tile walls, and pool patios.
The Apartment Owners Association of Connecticut is the largest statewide association representing the interest of apartment owners and landlords. The AOACT mission is to inform apartment owners and landlords so that its members can continue to provide quality rental housing. AOACT is organized to promote responsible landlording, the rights of property owners, and to work with city, county, state, and federal officials to solve problems. AOACT is an organization where landlords can network in order to receive educational operation and motivation. AOACT is sponsored by CT REIA,
CT REIA is an organization that provides motivation, networking opportunities, and up-to-date education for people that want to buy their own home or investment property in today's real estate economy. For more information, please call (860) 265-4414 or visit www.ctreia.com.