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Overview:

Have questions about the Property Management program? See below for answers about career information, frequently asked questions, and helpful links for testing information.

Requirements

A person needs to be 18 years or older and a licensed Real Estate Salesperson in order to receive payment for managing more than one property in the state of New York.

FAQ's


Property Management

Does one have to be licensed to manage properties in NY State?

A person needs to be a licensed Real Estate Salesperson in order to receive payment for managing more than one property in the state of New York.

Why do I need to take the Residential Facilities Management course?

Students should take the RFM course provided by Real Estate Education Center in order to prepare themselves for a career as a property manager and to work for residential and commercial buildings such as apartment complexes.

What is the difference between a Residential Facilities Manager and a regular Property Manager?

A Residential Facilities Manager is hired to manage residential and commercial buildings, whereas a Property Manager can be any person who has a Real Estate Salesperson license. Property Managers generally work with residential homes, individual rentals and small multi-family units.

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