Property Management satisfies 30 Clock Hours of SAE requirements and discusses the functions of managing commercial property on behalf of the owner. It will provide information on the basic concepts of practicing property management including fiduciary responsibilities, business ethics, bookkeeping, tenant management, and State regulations.
Texas Property Management #811 #811 is a 30 clock hour individual course for Texas State. If you need more than 30 clock hours to obtain or renew your license, please see our complete license packages.
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Texas Property Management #811 Outline
|1.||Purpose of Property Management and URLTA |
|2.||Owner's Objectives, Categories of Property Management|
|3.||Types of Leases, Provisions in a Lease and Types of Leasehold Tenancies|
|4.||Agency Relationship between Property Manager and Owner|
|5.||Authority of Property Management |
|7.||State of Texas - Habitability Statute - Section 92, Amendments to a Lease, a Landlord's Duty to Repair and Anti-Trust|
|8.||Business Planning, Organization|
|9.||Operational Policies and Procedures|
|10.||Site Design & Planning|
|11.||Real Estate Specialization|
|12.||Modern Real Estate Practice|
|13.||Real Estate Rental Investing|
|14.||Real Estate Investments|