How to avoid pitfalls with a
well-crafted management contract
Learn what your company should include in your management agreement to protect both the broker and manager with items such as terms, fees, liability issues, maintenance, payments to owners, leases and much more! These concepts will save you and your agents money, time, and legal headaches.
Take away key ideas such as these
The management agreement and the broker/agent:
- Where do I verify the owner is current on the
- Why do you need a written agreement?
- Who should sign it?
- What about leasing and management fees?
- How do I handle maintenance costs?
- When should you let an owner go?
Michele Brassard, MPM®, has worked in the residential property management industry since 1986, managing single family homes, multi-family homes and military housing in central Florida and northern California. She is the office manager/broker associate with Watson Realty Corp., in the Longwood branch of the Watson property management division. Michele has served as president of both the Orlando and Florida State Chapters for the National Association of Residential Property Managers, NARPM®, and she also holds the master property manager designation.
July 15, 2014
9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m.
ORRA Members: $15
On-site: registration + $15
Business casual attire requested for educational programs.
Course provided by
The Property Management Subcommittee