5 Certifications Available for Property Managers

By on July 22, 2015

Irrespective of your job, and field, having certifications can boost your career as they give you the authority and credibility to succeed. Many boards and localities require property managers to obtain a specific property management license to manage real estate in that particular district.

Following are top 5 property management certifications available for property managers that can really help in making an incredible career:

Government Issues Real Estate License & Realtor License
Many states demands a real estate broker license to permit any property management company or manager to work, especially when their job responsibilities include rent collection, property listing, negotiating leases, etc. Plus, if you want to work under a property management company, then you may also need to have a real estate salesperson license.

States like Oregon, Montana, and South Carolina, etc. don’t require a real estate broker license, but a salesperson license. Both, the state government, real estate boards and local authorities of the area award real estate and broker license, you want to buy and sell properties.

Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA)
CMCA is awarded by the National Board of Certification for Community Association Managers (NBC-CAM) and created by the Community Associations Institute (CAI). The NBC-CAM authority is adhered to the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) guidelines and plays an prominent role in the careers of its members.
Members are actively kept up to date on the latest property management laws applicable to their state and are connected to other local CMCAs. However, members are supposed to fulfill continuing education requirements to get the certification.

Residential Management professional (RMP)

RMP is awarded by the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) , which is most prestigious credential for property managers.

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