CT 3.0 hours Property Management - Course Syllabus


Course Syllabus:

3.0 Elective Hours.

This course is designed to help real estate professionals understand residential property management functions and responsibilities. It explores professional opportunities in property management as well as information about career and business options. Property management functions are explored by discussing administrative, financial, and marketing responsibilities; building relationships with a property's stakeholders; risk management; and maintenance operations. This course also examines the federal, state, and local laws that govern property management practices by examining several laws including disclosure, anti-discrimination, employment, and landlord-tenant regulations.

Course Objective

Describe basic property management principles and the factors that affect the profession.

Recognize career options in property management.

Recognize and explain the process for starting a property management business.

Describe responsibilities involved with operating a property management business.

Describe and apply administrative, financial and marketing principles in property management.

Develop and implement practices to successfully assist property owners and manage tenants.

Develop and implement strategies to reduce legal risks for property owners and minimize damage to their properties.

Develop and implement procedures for maintaining properties to increase profitability.

Interpret federal disclosures, anti-trust screening laws, and how to apply them to property management practices.

Interpret laws pertaining to the Fair Housing Act and apply them to property management practices.

Interpret federal labor laws and apply them to property management practices.

Identify state and local laws and apply them to property management practices.