The Kanawha/Charleston chapter has about 100 members and is one of the larger chapters in the state, Pritt said.
Additionally, the conference will address what to do about methamphetamine labs on landlords' properties.
"There's no getting around the meth issue," Rhyne said. "Landlords are terrified, [because] insurance won't cover it."
Someone from Affordable Cleanup, a Scott Depot-based business with which Rhyne is associated, will talk about how to recognize a meth lab, what to do if their property is busted for a meth lab and about state funds available for cleanup as long as landlords did not know about the meth labs.
"The big mission is to educate landlords on how to be responsible landlords," Rhyne said.
So far, about 50 people have registered for the conference, Rhyne said.
The registration fee for members is $99 before Oct. 1 and $125 thereafter. The non-member registration fee is $150. Participants may also register the day of the event.
Contact Rhyne at 304-552-4168 or email jenni...@oldworldrentals.com for more conference information.
Reach Caitlin Cook at caitlin.c...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5113.