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Miguel Rosa,  in New Jersey

A few questions regarding New Jersey Real Estate License and apartment leasing

Asked by Miguel Rosa, New Jersey Wed Dec 11, 2013

Hey everyone. I have recently located (back) to New Jersey after living in Maryland for a few years. While living in Maryland I was working in property management as a leasing consultant for a high rise apartment building (300 units). I learned that in order to stay in that field I will require a real estate license, as Maryland does not require one for leasing, and I am currently taking my 75 hour course (Half way through!)

My main questions is in regards to finding a job after obtaining my license with a property management group. I had asked my instructor and she wasn't too sure.(Which had me a bit worried) Would I have to find a broker that works with multiple property management companies? Or do property management companies generally have their own broker working as a property manager? I am aware that once I get my license I will have to work under a broker and that is where I am a little confused when it comes to leasing apartments.

Thanks in advance!

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If you are looking to work for a property management company try taking a look at the NJ Cooperator, a newsletter for condos, co-ops and HOA's. The link is below.

http://www.njcooperator.com/
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