|Course Name||Commercial Property Management 101 Apartments Not Included|
A property manager’s primary responsibility is to protect the landlord’s asset. As a property manager, our job is to manage the effective and safe operation of the asset for those utilizing it – the tenants, their employees, and their customers. This course is designed to teach the aspiring property managers the basics of operating retail, office, and industrial property types. (This course will not address management of apartment buildings.) Class will be broken down into three primary sections: Outside the building, inside the building, and at the desk. Permitting will also be discussed. Finally, the course will be sprinkled with anecdotal material on how to maintain good tenant relations when buildings don’t want to cooperate!
Thu, Dec 17, 2020 9:00 am - 1:00
|Provider Name||Texas REALTORS®|
|Contact Name||Jennifer Prochaska|
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6511 Stewart Rd STE 3
If you require special accommodations to fully participate in a class, send a written description of your needs to the host. For pricing or other information, call the contact number listed. For qualifying courses, you must pass the exam and send your course completion certificate to TREC to receive credit.