Residential Property Management
Why take this course?
Residential Property Management provides a thorough understanding of the property management profession with practical discussion which explores identifying and qualifying tenants; developing an effective property management system; lease contracts and negotiations; owner and tenant relations, reporting requirements; maintenance, accounting, administrative, and legal activities; as well as federal and state laws and regulations regarding civil rights, fair housing, ADA issues, and environmental concerns.
In this course, students will learn about:
- Role and Responsibilities of a Property Manage
- Compensation Options and Anti-Trust Considerations
- Short & Long-Term Goal Planning
- Business Plans and Agreements
- Fiscal Management and Fiduciary Responsibility
- Identifying & Qualifying Tenants
- Preparing and Negotiating Lease Agreements
- Federal & State Laws
- Property Maintenance
Real Estate Property Management is one of eight courses developed by the PA Real Estate Commission to fulfill the 6 credit elective requirement to qualify for a Broker’s license and also fulfills all mandatory continuing education.