• 1 Active Shooter and Drug Identification Classes
  • 2 Montana Landlord/Tenant Law Course
  • 3 Mandatory Trust Accounting Course
  • 4 Billings Fire Department-March 2018 Sponsor
  • 5 Montana Fair Housing Course 2018
  • 6 Legal Review - What Every Property Manager Should Know
  • 7 SERVPRO-February Meeting 2017
  • 8 The Home Centers rentSTRONG class
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Benefits and opportunities for YPMA members

The power of networkingDiscover the educational and networking opportunities for property management professionals in Yellowstone County.

Whether you are new to the industry or a seasoned professional, we look forward to meeting you. View our current YPMA members.

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Introducing our YPMA Board of Directors

Alex MurrayMeet the officers of the Yellowstone Property Managers Association, discuss your ideas and concerns with them, and learn from their property management experience!

You can visit with any of our friendly board members if you are interested in serving on the YPMA Board.

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Become a sponsor of the YPMA

AcraNetMeet the corporate sponsors of the YPMA and learn more about becoming a sponsor. You will have opportunities to promote your company and expertise among property management professionals in Yellowstone County.

We invite you to network with us to highlight the benefits of your business with YPMA real estate professionals to form long lasting business relationships.

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  • Active Shooter and Drug Identification Classes +

    We have two classes scheduled for continuing education on November 15, 2018. The first is Active Shooter, and the second, Drug Identification. These classes are presented by Ken Poteet with The Awareness Group.

    Active Shooter

    An Active Shooter is defined as an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a con?ned and populated area. In most cases, active shooters use firearms with no pattern or method to their selection of victims. Most incidents occur at locations in which the killers find little impediment in pressing their attack. Locations are generally described as soft targets, that is,
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