Online Courses for Property Managers
The most efficient way to deliver good training is to do it online. For over a decode we have been NARPM approved in Georgia for delivering CE credit. We’re set up pretty well to do this with an inhouse studio with professional lighting, 50’ TV, teleprompter, green screen and post production facilities in place to produce good quality videos. We also secured university online software to deliver the classes in the most professional format.
We lay them out on this page under titles and descriptions of content. Some are classes with lessons while others are a series of topic-specific training videos. Videos are 10 to 20 minutes in duration and some come with document downloads, powerpoint slides and study guides.
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How to structure your business to grow without growing pains Everyone naturally builds their management processes to handle the number of properties they have today. Few realize that how they manage today, won’t work at double the size. What works at 50 MPH doesn’t work at 100 MPH. How you manage 300 houses doesn’t work at 500 houses. Just because it’s working today, doesn’t mean it will work if you grow. So, how does a manager evaluate their systems and processes in anticipation of doubling their number of houses? Join…Click to view the details of this course . . .
The Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice has connected a tenant’s right to own pets with the rights protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act. While congress has connected these rights to the ADA, congress has not defined the limits of those liberties and rights. Congress has deferred the full scope of interpretation to future litigation. If you as a property manager do not want to be the test case for those lawsuits, then take the time to watch this training video and view our products. We will help…Click to view the details of this course . . .
Sales agents never make decisions for their clients. They are practicing ‘Small a Agency.’ Property managers make lots of decisions for their owners but must also follow the many laws that govern the landlord- tenant relationship. Property managers practice what’s called ‘Big A Agency.’ Often the laws, and our agency relationship with the owner, are in stark contrast and managers have to say tell their clients no or that have no choice and must. Owners are not accustomed to their real estate agents telling them they must, or they can’t,…Click to view the details of this course . . .
Property Management is the least paying job within the real estate industry, but the job where you are most likely to get sued. Even lawyers stay clear of our industry because there is so much work for them with so little reward. Robert Locke in Orlando offered the national NARPM conference a proven set of strategies for limiting litigation. The event was taken and reworked within the studio for those who could not be at the event. This video series will resource your employees and office leadership to create policies…Click to view the details of this course . . .
Have you ever wondered why the tenant usually wins when standing before a judge? Why has our federal government set specific laws to protect tenants and not the owners? Why do judges side with the tenant when they are often the ones who caused the damage? Why do owners throw property managers under the bus when in the courtroom? There is a specific reason why the property manager has a disadvantage when entering the courtroom and, if we understand the primary reason, we can protect ourselves with better policies and…Click to view the details of this course . . .
Before we jump into customizing your PMA, we need to introduce you to some fundamental concepts which will help shape your thinking and prepare you for our down-in-the-weeds discussions. The following videos will take some time, but they are important preparations for our discussions. On the last video page there is an online form to let us know you finished and to send us questions which we will make sure we are ready to answer in our first consulting session.Click to view the details of this course . . .
For the first 10 years of our management business we adopted our state association standardized forms. After 10 years of trying to fit our model into their model we gave up and with the help of a great lawyer developed customized agreements that matched perfectly how we wanted to manage. This conversation IS NOT a condemnation of standard forms because there are times you need them. Instead, it’s an intelligent analysis of their shortcomings and how they can constrict your business, make property management harder and less profitable. This conversation…Click to view the details of this course . . .
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