“Residential Property Management” is a Pennsylvania State Real Estate Commission–developed course useful in obtaining a Pennsylvania real estate broker license.
After taking this course, the student will be able to identify quality tenants, as well as those who are poor risks; develop an effective property management system; compare lease contracts and select one that meets the needs of both landlord and customer; compare management contracts and select one that meets the needs of both owner and manager; predict and prevent potential management problems; use and benefit from the Section 8 program; explain property management contracts and leases; select special contract provisions that solve unique problems; develop a property management contract that benefits both manager and client; establish a Fair Housing Policy and avoid accidental violations; evaluate real estate investment opportunities from a management perspective; complete a lease contract.
- This is a four-day, 30-hour course.
- It is categorized as Pennsylvania State Real Estate Commission-developed for PA Broker Licensing. See the Polley Associates free Pennsylvania Broker Guide for more information.
- It is worth two credits toward earning a Pennsylvania real estate broker license.
- Depending on Commission requirements issued during any renewal cycle, it has the potential to fulfill up to 14 hours of mandatory continuing education for salesperson’s or broker’s license renewal.
Student Material: This course may be accompanied by in-class materials distributed by Polley Associates.