April 12, 2017 – Illegal sublets, AirBNB hostings, delinquencies – tenant fraud takes many forms. If a landlord suspects illegal occupation or short-term leasing is taking place, when and how is it advisable to initiate legal action? How can landlords prevent tenant fraud in the first place?
Raich Ende Malter & Co. LLP (REM) is hosting a seminar for landlords, attorneys, accounting professionals, and real estate professionals on tenant fraud, a serious issue for commercial real estate owners in the New York City metropolitan area. In this seminar, you will learn the basics of landlords' rights, the scope of tenant fraud, mitigating risk, and options for gathering evidence when legal steps are necessary. Speakers include attorney Michelle Maratto Itkowitz (owner, Itkowitz PLLC) and Mark Fogel, Chief Investigator for Forensic Private Investigations. Talks will be moderated by Larry Wilk, CPA, Partner-in-Charge of REM’s Real Estate practice.
Breakfast will be provided by REM. Registration is available online at
Seminar Title: “Combating Tenant Fraud in Today’s Real Estate Market”
Event Date: Monday, May 15, 2017
Location: Conference Center, 175 Broadhollow Road, Melville, New York
Price: $20 per person
Contact: Amy Frushour Kelly, Communications Manager
email@example.com – 516-228-9000 Ext. 3252
About Raich Ende & Malter Co. LLP (rem-co.com)
Raich Ende Malter (REM) is a regional accounting firm of distinction. Headquartered in New York City, it is consistently ranked by independent industry surveys as one of the top 25 accounting firms in New York, one of the top 20 in the mid-Atlantic region, and one of the top 100 in the country. REM provides forward-thinking audit, tax, and business advisory services to over a dozen industry sectors. It serves businesses ranging from multi-generational family-run enterprises to publicly-traded companies, to organizations that serve the public good as not-for-profit organizations. REM has specialized practices in industries that are key to the economic makeup of New York City and its metropolitan region. These include real estate, financial services, manufacturing and distribution, and to those high-net-worth individuals residing in New York who help fuel and drive the local economy. Through its affiliation with PrimeGlobal, REM maintains an international reach in 90 foreign countries.