Whether you’re an experienced rental property owner, or just getting started, you need to attend “Landlord 101” to learn about HP’s partnership with the City’s new one-stop-shop rental website.

Nationally recognized rental law authority and HP general counsel, Paul Cohen, is one of the many experts answering questions from rental owners.


Cohen, and Hapco Philadelphia office manager, Priya Boben, are there to help you through the process of “Landlord 101.”

HP Board Member, Erik Bronstein, and HP Treasurer and Secretary, Syed Maz Alam, have decades of experience in the rental and investment property industry.

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to network and learn the ins and outs of Philadelphia’s rental owner permits, licenses, and requirements!

The Landlord Gateway Program centralizes resources to help both current and prospective landlords navigate the City’s processes, requirements, and guidance through a single location.

Using the Gateway, landlords can learn how to:

  • Obtain a rental license and start renting their property.
  • Maintain their existing rental license and access services for licensed landlords.
  • Participate in affordable housing programs to access a regular income, incentives, and resources.

The Gateway includes housing-related services and resources from 16 City departments and agencies to help landlords manage rental properties and tenants to stay current with rent.

Be sure to attend one of the next Landlord Gateway Program Education Sessions.


Thursday September 28th 2:00pm to 3:30pm

WHERE: Philadelphia Municipal Services Building, 1401 John F Kennedy Boulevard, Innovation Lab – 16th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19102

WHEN: Thursday October 12th 2:00pm to 3:30pm

WHERE: 4601 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19139, USA