What's the Next Real Estate Business Trend?
Property Management for single family homes, two to four unit homes, condos and townhomes…
Property management can be a lucrative business opportunity for you today. Create a new business niche by registering for this two-day "REPM" course and transfer your real estate skills to a new steady stream of income from property management. The program material will outline straight forward procedures and best practices to be successful within the law. Other topics being presented are:
- Overview of the development of property management professions.
- Landlord-tenant laws in Florida, government laws, rules and other regulations.
- Federal Fair Housing Laws, The Americans with Disabilities Act, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Megan's Law, Lead-Based Paint laws, and Florida eviction laws.
- Get a property rented by converting emails and phone calls into actual viewings.
- Learn how attractive staging, advertising and innovative marketing ideas can build your property management business.
- Gain a better understanding of the rental application, how to screen prospective tenants, types of consumer reports, what you have the right to require, lease agreements, types of rental insurance, disclosure requirements, risk management, and security deposits and fees.
- Learn how to explain move-in procedures and the tenant rules handbook.
- How to keep your tenants happy, select contractors and dispossessions, tenants that file for bankruptcy, and The Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8).
Cathy McDaniel, REO, RETS
Certified Mortgage Specialist
American Real Estate University
Back by popular demand, Cathy holds a Broker’s license and has remained active in Georgia real estate since 1993. She received a "Certified Mortgage Specialist" designation through Capstone Institute of Mortgage Finance in 1998, joined The Georgia Training Center as a Continuing Education Instructor in 2006 and currently serves as one of the top educators at the American Real Estate University. She received the "2008 Educator Of The Year" presented by the Georgia Real Estate Educators Association and has taught REALTORS® throughout Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Florida.
11 CE credits
ORRA Members: $99
Non ORRA Members: $114
On-site: Registration Fee + $15
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In order to receive "CE” credits for any continuing education class(es), attendees must:
- Be physically present for the entire program from beginning to end;
- Sign any/all morning or afternoon attendance sheets; and
- Refrain from using cell phones and laptops, except during designated break times.
Registration fees shown are for ORRA members who pre-register. Registration for non-ORRA members (members of other associations) is an additional fee of $15 (unless otherwise noted). On-site registrations will incur a fee of $15 in addition to the applicable registration fee.