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Managing Single Family Homes and Small Investment Properties

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Managing Single Family Homes and Small Investment Properties is the result of an exciting collaboration between IREM and the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) that serves as a primer for agents and owners to introduce them to real estate management basics.
What you will learn:

  • Management Agreement. Requirements for management agreements, state real estate license requirements
  • Ethics and Legal Issues. Importance of ethics in property management, fair housing issues, resident-landlord and other laws related to leasing and property management, evictions
  • Risk Analysis. Risk management program, common residential property hazards, insurance types, insurance claims
  • Maintaining the Property. Maintenance guidelines and strategies, major residential maintenance components, working with contractors, creating a greener property
  • Financial Tools. Property budgets and trust accounts, cost-benefit analysis, record-keeping and reporting systems
  • Marketing and Leasing. Market analysis, rental rates, advertising, showing the space, resident solicitation, screening and selection, residential leases, lease renewal

How you will benefit:

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of the intricacies of managing single family homes and small investment properties
  • Maximize the value and financial potential of the properties you manage
  • Secure a reputation as a manager who knows what it takes to lease and manage a property
  • Earn the respect of residents

Related Readings: Order online or use the publications order form in the Publication Catalog.

Practical Apartment Management, Sixth Edition
Edward N. Kelley, CPM
Whether you're a site manager of a single building or an executive manager of multiple properties – this book is a must for every apartment manager. This how-to, hands-on guide covers the basics through advanced solutions for marketing and leasing rental properties. Topics include:

  • Hiring and managing property staff
  • Establishing policies to guide property operations
  • Leasing policies, the rental application process, and the lease document
  • Developing strategies for maximizing rent collections
  • Maintaining the property
  • Preparing a marketing campaign
  • Setting and raising rents
  • Upgrading and renovation

Order #784
Price: $47.95 Member Price; $59.95 Regular Price

The online course takes approximately 2 hours to complete.

Access to the online course ends when you complete the course or 6 months after registration, whichever comes first.

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Member Price: $99.00
Regular Price: $119.00


 

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