Introduction to Property Management (3 hrs, Georgia) 61668
This 3-hr electives CE course covers the role of the property manager, fair housing laws, fiduciary duty, and rental forms.

Property Management is a three-hour, intermediate level, elective CE course accepted by the State of Hawaii for CE credit. The course covers
the role of the property manager, fair housing laws, fiduciary duty, and rental forms.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define and Understand the Role of the Property Manager
  • Create & Apply a PM Log to comply with Fair Housing Laws
  • Understand Property Manager's Fiduciary Duty
  • Become Familiar with Standard Rental Forms
  • Synthesize the essence of case studies with professional practice
  • Create a Property Management Job Description and Department
  • Identify Risks and Develop a Strategy to Reduce those Risks

Topics covered include:

  • Residential Landlord Tenant Code
  • Terminology and Definitions
  • Personnel
  • Job Descriptions, Duties
  • Rental Agreements
  • Security Deposits
  • Repairs
  • Prohibited Practices
  • Termination of Tenancy
  • Landlord Obligations
  • Tenant Obligations
  • Landlord Remedies
  • Civil Remedies for Landlord Tenant Code
  • Debt Collection
  • Time Lines for Landlord Tenant Code Obligations
  • Mandatory Disclosures for Property Management
  • Federal Fair Housing Discrimination
  • Discrimination in Real Property Transactions
  • State Civil Rights Commission
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Case Studies 

Course Features Include:

  1. Accepted by the Hawaii Real Estate Commission.  Approved Provider #54
  2. The ability to complete the courses online and at your convenience
  3. Low price, high-quality, narrated courses
  4. Easy to use
  5. Well received and reviewed by other real estate professionals

Developed in Hawaii

Our courses are developed with local knowledge of Hawaii's real estate market. Our instructor, David Catanzaro, has taught and practiced real estate in Hawaii for over 20 years. Hawaii's culture and real estate market are unique. Don't risk your tuition money on an out-of-state provider. Real estate is a local business requiring knowledge of Hawaii and the way Hawaii works.

License Renewal
Effective July 1, 2015, the required amount of continuing education (CE) hours increased from 24 to 36 for each four year renewal period.

Effective July 1, 2016, 3 of the required CE hours must be on the topic of license law from a license law course approved by the Georgia Real Estate Commission.

Georgia Real Estate Commission
Street Address: 229 Peachtree Street, N.E., International Tower, Suite 1000, Atlanta GA 30303-1605

Telephone: 404.656.3916 

Fax: 404.656.6650


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