This New York State approved Property Management continuing education course of 22.5 hours provides a level of study or deliverable geared towards individuals that are involved or are interested in the construction, development and real estate management industries. Business professionals such as bankers, construction managers, developers, general contractors, investors, lawyers and licensed appraisers, real estate salesperson’s and broker’s with an interest to further acquire knowledge and technical understanding in the business of real estate management and real property investment methodology.
Management of Buildings & Structures (a/k/a Property Management course) This course is registered and approved by the AIA for professional continuing education for architects for non-HSW credit. All class sessions must be attended for CES credit (A separate fee is required for this continuing education credit).
Course Packages & Registration
|Property Management Certificate Course||Combo Package|
|Property Management lectures, supplemental hardcopy manuals and periodically industry guest speakers are included with the cost for this class.||Property Management Certificate Course combined with Fair Housing in order to satisfy your 22.5 hours of CE.|
TopicsFor most sessions we line up guest speakers (subject to availability) with expert knowledge in various real estate areas to make a presentation to the class. You will be notified who will be presenting once the classes start. Prior presentations included the following: HPD lecture on LL#1; Financing and Debt; Environmental Remediation; Realty Information System www.rissoft.com (software application); and an interactive overview of operational management issues included with a NYC field trip (see prior class pictures).
- Topic I: Communications Skills and Understanding Property Management For Commercial, Residential (Condo/Co-op), Medical, Industrial, Government, Hotel/Resort, Special Use & Infrastructure Projects
- Topic II: Operations Management, Public Relations, Trades & Workforce
- Topic III: Building Compliance, Legal, Authority and Contractual Issues
- Topic IV: Debt-Equity Load and Real Estate Computer Software Systems
- Topic V: Budgets, Cash Flow, Financial Statements and Bookkeeping
- Topic VI: Field Trip, Green Building (LEED), Marketing & Urban Planning
- Topic VII: Leases, Landlord – Tenant Law and Risk Management
- Topic VIII: Conservation, Security and Safety Protocols & Zoning Issues