The Multi-Family Property Management courses seek to educate students to be successful as Leasing Agents in a residential apartment community.  This area of study prepares you to follow operation guidelines, lease negotiations, landlord/tenant responsibilities and Fair Housing Act laws.  In addition, your internship class will provide a real world exposure into the field of Multi-Family Property Management.  

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Overview

 
 

This is a comprehensive study of property management, using textbook study with computer training and hands-on approach to train and educate property management professionals. The course is ideal for leasing agents, property managers, assistant property managers, and individuals wanting to enter the property management profession but lacking college credentials. The course is designed to provide the student with a sound knowledge and understanding of property management in multi-family situations. The courses includes professional development courses, real estate specific software, legal issues, and an internship. The course is also designed for current property managers who simply want to improve proficiency and be updated on changes in the property management industry.

What are the prerequisites?

 
 

A High School Diploma or GED 

Information Session dates for the Multi-Family Property Management

 
 
LocationDay/DateTimeRoom Phone

 Brays Oaks

Thursday,

January 12, 2017
12 noon TBA

713.718.7947

Ms Greene

 Brays Oaks

Thursday,

 March 23, 2017
5:30 pm TBA

713.718.7947

Ms Greene

 Brays Oaks

Thursday,

June 1, 2017
12 noon TBA

713.718.7947

Ms Greene