2021 PMX Spring Update / Webinar Recording / May 19, 2021
For just $29, our expert lineup will provide you with the education and updates you need regarding Property Management in Virginia. Access includes the recorded session covering the following:
- • VRLTA updates,
- • Information on new laws impacting YOU,
- • Property management form updates, and
- • The always-popular Q&A with Virginia REALTORS® Deputy Legislative Counsel Erin Barton and Legislative Counsel Chip Dicks.
After a year that brought many new challenges, make sure you’re in-the-know with expert insights and updates to benefit your business.
Deputy Legislative Counsel
Erin Barton joined Virginia REALTORS® in 2015 and currently serves as Deputy Legislative Counsel. Her areas of responsibility include developing REALTOR® education and serving as a course instructor, review of legislation, and all things property management.
Prior to joining Virginia REALTORS®, Erin graduated from Brooklyn Law School and went on to clerk for two years in the Eastern District of New York and three years in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Office of Staff Counsel. Erin then decided to join the family business and go into real estate. She sold real estate as a solo agent for almost five years. She then partnered with another Agent and created a 5-person team which was a consistent top producer in the office for several years.
Chip Dicks is a former member of the Virginia House of Delegates and served on the Courts and Education committees. Chip also served on the Virginia Housing Commission as a House member. Since leaving the Legislature in 1990, he has represented associations and businesses on administrative, legislative and regulatory matters before state government agencies and the General Assembly. He has substantial experience representing developers on a variety of land use applications across Virginia. Chip has extensive experience in the laws and regulations affecting billboard signs, and in the field of landlord tenant and fair housing laws.
Chip co-chairs the Gentry Locke Solar Energy Team and in that capacity, represents the Chesapeake Solar & Storage Association (CHESSA) in its legislative and regulatory policy initiatives in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Gentry Locke Solar Energy Team represents solar and energy storage developers in land use cases throughout Virginia.
Chip joined Gentry Locke in 2018 to practice with our Government & Regulatory Affairs group in Richmond.