How to show consumers you’re a property management expert

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01/26/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Texas REALTORS® University has a new way to tell consumers that you’re a property-management expert … in only four letters. Here’s how to earn the Texas Residential Property Manager (TRPM) certification:

1. Earn the Texas Residential Leasing Specialist (TRLS) certification.

2. Complete these three-hour courses:

  • TAR Residential and Leasing Property Management Agreement
  • Residential Evictions
  • Tenant and Owner Relations
  • Maintenance and Habitability of Residential Rentals
  • Statutory Act and Contingency Planning
  • Property Management Business Issues

To find classes in your area, visit the Find a course page on texasrealestate.com, select “Texas Residential Property Manager” in the Groups field, and choose your location.

3. Submit your completed TRPM certification application

Visit the Texas Residential Property Manager page to learn more about the requirements.

Categories: Continuing education
Tags: trpm, trls, education, property management, leasing, certification

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