San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Best Practice in Rental Property Management
6 Hour CE
Being a rental property manager is a demanding job that usually requires multitasking, making decisions on the spot and planning ahead.
Your job is to ensure everything runs smoothly before during and after tenancy. Your goal should be to minimize the complications and chaos involved with managing one or more rental properties and to keep the tenant happy.
Establish your rental management plan and work your plan. No shortcuts in property management. It’s hard enough to manage your own time daily with no distractions, but as a property manager, another person’s rental needs, repairs and crisis becomes yours.
- Are you treating everyone fair, consist and equal - Fair Housing Policy
- Screening process – selecting the right tenant without discriminating
- When can you negotiate terms and conditions?
- Is your file notes support declining a tenant’s application?
- Decline letter – when a formal decline letter is required
- Is your rental property in compliance with city and county codes, maintenance and ordinances
- Why a “Move-In and Move Out” procedure is necessary
- Working with condominiums, townhomes and community association management companies
- Are your marketing plans giving the property maximum exposure to the type of tenant that would be interested in your property?
- Vital house rules – Do you have enough in your lease?
- Property repairs, maintenance and revisions based on disabilities
- Collecting Rent, charging late fees and handling return checks by the law
- Review GAR property management forms
- The Georgia Security Deposit Act
- Handling holding fees, pet fees, non-refundable fees, disability with service animals
- The right procedure when you need to evict
Let’s talk about rental property management rules of conduct!
3 Hour In-Class Course | Continuing Education | My CE Class, LLC #5914
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Cathy McDaniel is the author of “A Road Map To Saving Your Home" which is available at the National Association of REALTORS bookshelf. Cathy has just released her current book “The Route to Homeownership” Generational Differences in Home Buying.
Being in the real estate and mortgage industry since 1993 she opened "My CE Class, LLC" in 2007, a real estate school approved by the Georgia Real Estate Commission. Cathy has conducted over 1,000 live continuing education classes, authored 145 training manuals and has met and trained more than 90,000 real estate professionals throughout 23 states since 2007. She is licensed as a continuing education instructor at many real estate boards and associations across the country.
Cathy is recognized as an industry expert in homeownership and received from Georgia Real Estate Educators Association the 2016 “Outstanding New Program Course” and the 2008 “Educator of the Year. She serves as the Education Director for Georgia Realty School a division of Virtual Properties Realty, Qualifying Broker for Owners 1st Property Management Company, and has a partnership with HomeStar Financial Corporation, Halperin Lyman, LLC and DR Horton Communities and many others which allows her to offer free classes and community events.
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