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Welcome to the professional development, events, and networking opportunities calendar of Pinellas REALTOR® Organization and Central Pasco REALTOR® Organization. We offer hundreds of classes every year from our award-winning program. Visit our class/event Terms & Conditions page.

Panel Discussion: Condo Legislation Changes and Updates

Monday, April 15, 2024 (1:30 PM - 3:30 PM) (EDT)


The Condo Structural Milestone Inspection legislation might already be having an impact on your real estate or property management business. Join us for an insightful panel discussion as our experts delve into the intricacies that impacts certain condominium buildings. By engaging with industry leaders, you will acquire valuable insights, enabling you to navigate the new legislative landscape with confidence and adapt your business practices accordingly.

Panel Members:

  1. Michael Wyckoff - PRO/CPRO Past President: As the Immediate Past President of PRO/CPRO, Michael Wyckoff brings extensive knowledge and experience in the real estate industry. With a comprehensive understanding of the legislation, he will shed light on its purpose, key provisions, and potential challenges for industry professionals.
  2. David Reider, Esq. - Berlin Patten Ebling, PLLC: David Reider, a seasoned attorney at Berlin Patten Ebling, PLLC, specializes in real estate law. With his legal expertise, Mr. Reider will explore the legal implications of this legislation, offering guidance on compliance, contractual obligations, and potential legal ramifications.
  3. Travis Brant, Director, Client Relations: Travis Brant, an industry expert from FirstService, will focus on the operational aspects of the legislation. Drawing on her experience in property management, Mr. Brant will address the practical implications for property managers, including inspection procedures, maintenance requirements, and potential effects on homeowners' associations.
  4. Leo Cannyn, PE - Beryl Engineering: Leo Cannon, a highly regarded professional engineer from Beryl Engineering, will offer a technical perspective on this legislation. As an expert in structural engineering, Mr. Cannon will offer that perspective, emphasizing the importance of maintaining structural integrity, identifying potential risks, and ensuring compliance with safety standards.

About the Panelists

Michael Wyckoff a career real estate broker, Mr. Wyckoff has worked in Tampa Bay's real estate market for 31 years. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from Florida State University. Building a foundation for his real estate career, he worked for a franchised real estate firm, and became a trainer for the franchise. Mr. Wyckoff earned his Florida Real Estate Instructor's license in 1993. He is currently the Managing Broker/Owner of Engel & Völkers Madeira Beach and Engel & Völkers South Tampa and is a member of the prestigious Private Office within the global network of Engel & Völkers Advisors. Mr. Wyckoff holds the following designations:  GRI - Graduate Realtor Institute, CRB - Council Real Estate Brokerage Managers - CNE - Certified Negotiation Expert.  Michael is currently the chairman of the Madeira Beach Planning Commission and sits on several boards of directors for local charitable organizations

David Reider, Esq. grew up in Pinellas County, Florida before graduating with a B.A. in History and a Master’s in Public Health from the University of South Florida in addition to a B.S. in Microbiology from the University of Florida. After attending New York Law School and earning a Public Service Certificate for his community service during law school, David returned to St. Petersburg and quickly settled into a career in Real Estate Law. David is licensed to practice law in the State of Florida as well as the State of Illinois and practiced in the United States District Courts for the Middle District of Florida and the Southern District of Florida. He is an active member in both the American Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Division and the Hillsborough County Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estates Section. With over a decade of experience handling real estate transactions and litigation work throughout the state of Florida as well as his work as a licensed Realtor prior to joining Berlin Patten Ebling, David offers a wealth of expertise in the areas of commercial and residential real property transactions. 

Travis Brant has been in the community association industry for the last 12 years, 7 of those with FirstService Residential on the management side. In his role, Travis has assisted many Condo and HOA Boards up and down the west coast of Florida with operating procedures, legislative changes, capital projects, and creating management programs that accomplish the Board and Community’s vision. Travis also works closely with developers on new construction for HOAs and Condos, helping communities establish amenities, bylaws, operational teams, and other formative efforts. Travis is a LCAM (Licensed Community Association Manager) and has his CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations).

Richard “Leo” Cannyn, PMP, P.E. earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, and a Master’s of Business Administration from Florida Institute of Technology. He received a Master’s degree in Organizational Management/Psychology from the University of Phoenix. Cannyn holds a State of Florida license in Professional Engineering, Home Inspection, Certified Mold Assessor, Certified Mold Remediator, Wood Destroying Organism (“WDO”) Inspector and is Certified as a Reserve Specialist (RS) by the Community Associations Institute. Cannyn is also a Certified Master Inspector through the Master Inspector Certification Board and an Envision Sustainability Professional from the Institute of Sustainable Infrastructure. Cannyn brings twenty plus years of experience in planning, implementing, and overseeing capital projects for condominiums, municipalities and state agencies. Notable projects included managing the contract administration of a 456-condominium restoration program, a $130 million water plant, and a $14 million dollar prison expansion while performing visual inspections for civil, structural, mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems.

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The classes and events listed above represent the efforts of not just a hard-working education department, but an entire association staff, several committees, and volunteer leaders – all of whom are dedicated to building, delivering, and communicating a selection of classes taught by reputable instructors and esteemed special guests. Affordability is always on our minds, which is why we’ve created programs designed to lower costs whenever possible.

Whether your goal is continuing education, gaining designations and certifications, networking, or strengthening your specialty, you’ll find a multitude of options available and friendly guidance along the way. We strongly believe learning never stops, so we aim to serve REALTORS® no matter where they are on their professional journey, from the newly-licensed agent to the seasoned professional. Please visit our PRO/CPRO Education page to learn how we stand out from the crowd.

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All attendees of classes and events (whether in-person, on-location, off-location, or via internet streaming) must agree to our policies and terms, which cover, and are not limited to: refunds, cancellations, no-shows, class misuse, video/photography, waivers, and special accommodation requests. This applies to all classes and events whether or not they are listed on this page’s calendar.