Professional Property Management Courses

Property Management Course

  • 100% Online Course
  • Flexible Training
  • Live Support
  • And More!
Manage properties all on your own! You can get the skills to oversee and manage residential and commercial property. From day-to-day operations to tenant relations, you will learn how to effectively enter this exciting field. Note: Students will enroll in the individual property management course as described below.

Professional Property Management Course



Course code: 9-PROPRO-17

Allied’s 60-hour Property Management Course prepares you to manage different kinds of real estate as a skilled property manager. Learn how to collect rents, arrange repairs, coordinate services, perform accounting procedures, and negotiate with prospective tenants. Enhance your career with additional education such as real estate or home inspection!

The Professional Property Management Course includes:

  • Property Management Textbook
  • 15 required units
  • Each unit includes overview, objectives and assignments (textbook reading, supplemental reading, multiple-choice module exam)
  • Online final exam (covers 1 - 15) - 90 multiple-choice questions
  • Complimentary one-year International Real Estate Institute (IREI) membership upon successful completion of course
  • Course Syllabus
> Receive hands-on instruction in all aspects of property management and learn to effectively manage property on a daily basis. Your education will include these topics: overview of property management, economics, property analysis, marketing, leases, forms, day-to-day operations, and managing commercial property.

Course Description

The course is designed to meet the growing demand for highly skilled real estate managers. The purpose is to minimize the discomfort as much as possible, and to shorten the time it takes to go from beginner to expert. It will give students hands-on experience as they complete the Enrichment Exercises and assist in building a network of associates for success. Licensing requirements will vary in each state and students should make the appropriate inquiries.

Course Objectives

  • Name the different types of properties that can be managed
  • Identify the different types of residential property
  • Classify the different types of commercial property
  • Recognize the economic influences affecting the real estate market
  • Indicate the aspects of setting up and running a property management company
  • Stipulate the important clauses contained in a management agreement
  • Clarify methods of creating, presenting, and evaluating the management plan
  • Recognize types of risk and estimate ways to minimize their physical and/or financial impact
  • Indicate ways that property managers ensure the safety and security of tenants and visitors to properties that are under management
  • Recognize different types of maintenance and recall the steps used to develop a maintenance program
  • Specify the reasons to create, implement, and evaluate a marketing plan
  • Recall classifications of leases and clauses used in lease contracts
  • Characterize methods used to establish and improve relationships with tenants
  • Name the antitrust laws, fair housing laws, fair credit laws, landlord-tenant laws and disclosures, and other consumer protections laws in relation to property management
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