I own rental property, do I have to attend a seminar?

If you own rental property in the City of Moline that contains more than one dwelling unit the owner or local agent must attend a free Crime Free Seminar at the Moline Police Department.

If you hire a new Local Agent to manage your property, the agent shall have three months grace period to schedule and attend a seminar. 

The program is voluntary in 2020, but beginning in January 2021, all owners of residential property of more than one unit must attend a seminar in order to renew their city rental license.

If you own multiple rental properties in Moline, the owner/local agent attendance and certificate of completion will apply to all of your properties or that which the same local agent manages.

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1. What is considered a nuisance property?
2. Does this ordinance unfairly target victims of abuse?
3. I am concerned this will impact undocumented immigrants.
4. This program seems to be discriminatory to convicted felons.
5. I own rental property, do I have to attend a seminar?
6. I own a single family rental, does this apply?
7. I am a good landlord, this seems like an unfair burden.
8. I own property in another city and have a Crime Free certification. Do I have to attend?
9. I don't live in the QCA, can I attend remotely?
10. Will the police notify me of violations on my property?
11. How long do I have to get tenants to sign the lease addendum?
12. What happens if I don't attend a class or add the lease addendum?
13. What are the fines associated with this ordinance?