What’s Wrong With Your Self-Storage Lien Sales Since the Advent of Reality TV?
Available: On Demand
Posted in Webinars, Lien Sales/Auctions, Legal Issues, Management, Legislation, Jeffrey Greenberger, Self-Storage Webinars
Speakers: Jeffrey Greenberger, Partner, Katz, Greenberger & Norton LLP
The following webinar is part of a three-part Legal Learning Series for 2011. To read about the other events in the series, refer back to the main Webinars page.
The rise in popularity of reality TV shows “Storage Wars” and “Auction Hunters” has created buzz around self-storage but also some industry misconceptions and challenges. What is happening to our lien sales as a result? Do more attendees equal more profit? Is it good to have all these inexperienced buyers at our auctions? Ultimately, are these shows bad for our business?
In light of increased auction attendance being experienced by many self-storage operators, it has been suggested that the following things should now occur:
During this webinar, self-storage legal expert Jeffrey Greenberger will talk about the effect of reality TV on self-storage lien sales and these proposed changes for facility auctions. Believing some of our sales have gotten away from the requirements of the self-storage laws, he’ll explain what operators now need to do to bring their sales back in line with the state statutes. Attendees will learn how these changed ways of doing business could expose them to legal liability and, more importantly, how to avoid it.