Why take this course?Residential Property Management provides a thorough understanding of the property management profession with practical discussion that 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.
Residential Property Management is one of eight courses developed by the Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission to fulfill the 6 credit elective requirement to qualify for a Broker’s license and also fulfills all mandatory continuing education.
- Role and Responsibilities of a Property Manager
- Compensation Options and Anti-Trust Considerations
- Short and Long-Term Goal Planning
- Business Plans and Agreements
- Fiscal Management and Fiduciary Responsibility
- Identifying and Qualifying Tenants
- Preparing and Negotiating Lease Agreements
- Federal and State Laws
- Property Maintenance
Course MaterialsCourse materials and handouts provided by instructor. No textbook required.