what are the requirements to start your own property management business?

Asked by Jeremy, Florida Mon Jun 9, 2008

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Allison Stew…, Agent, Saint Cloud, FL
Mon Jul 5, 2010
In Florida, you must be licensed. There are very good schools which teach the course. I would recommend giving IFREC a try the website is http://www.IFREC.com You must take the course, pass the test, and be licensed.


Good luck to you.
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Hello Alison, licensed as what A Broker or a Property manager? As far as I know Property Management is not a Licensed activity by the DBPR. Thanks Imran
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Jordan Muela, , Austin, TX
Fri Oct 23, 2009
Each state is different in how they handle this. Some require a broker's license and others do not. Check this site for more info on our state:

http://www.allpropertymanagement.com/propertylaw/
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Jack Dunn, Agent, Daytona Beach, FL
Mon Oct 6, 2008
You need to become a Certified Property Manager (CPM). Separate class, test, state exam. Unless of course the property you are managing is your own. Then you need nada............ Jack
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Irene Henry, , New York
Fri Sep 5, 2008
Just like Real Estate you need to take a certified course and get registered in your state (and each state is different). Check with your local state department. Most colleges offer the Property Management Course.
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Debra Laites, , Bonita Springs, FL
Wed Jun 11, 2008
Your probably best to google your question.
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