Don’t Take Chances with ADA Compliance in Senior Living
Join real estate compliance expert Greg Proctor, Vice President, RealPage Compliance Services, as he walks you through:
- What accessibility compliance means for senior
- How to create a compliance plan for your communities
- The most current regulations
- How to ensure you’re in compliance
- And more!
What you don’t know about accessibility compliance can hurt you
Protecting yourself from ADA, Fair Housing Act and Section 504 violations can be tricky. Just one violation can result in stiff financial penalties, civil fines, loss of licenses and more. What was fine last year or even a month ago may no longer be allowable. RealPage Compliance Services will help you develop a holistic compliance plan, so you can take all the mystery out of accessibility compliance, helping to minimize your risks, and create the best accessibility plan for your communities and residents.
Greg ProctorVP, Compliance Services, RealPage, Inc.
Greg is a 30-year veteran of the multifamily housing industry. Owners, managers, housing authorities, housing finance agencies as well as banks and financial institutions have asked Greg to assist them in keeping their portfolios in compliance with federal regulations. His training expertise includes Fair Housing, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Sarah UpchurchVP, Industry Principal, RealPage, Inc.
Sarah is RealPage’s Industry Principal for the Affordable and Senior Markets with extensive knowledge and expertise in compliance issues. As the founder of Property Management Software Services, Sarah offered consulting and training services to the multifamily industry in the areas of technology, accounting, property management and affordable compliance for more than 15 years.