Residential Property Management
- Taught by Industry Experts
- Focuses on All Aspects of the Business
- Provides Networking Opportunities
Residential property management courses examine the roles and responsibilities of the residential property manager including marketing, leasing, accounting, and investment analysis to building systems and maintenance. They also explore real estate ownership and management agreements; special needs of cooperative and condominium management; financial report analysis; development and management of operating and capital budgets; building code and local law compliance requirements; marketing and tenant relations management; building systems, maintenance, and repair; and coordination of renovation projects. Note: Registering at least two weeks prior to the start of the course date is highly recommended. Popular classes fill up quickly and more specialized classes need sufficient enrollment.
This semester, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.
Introduction to Residential Property Management
Gain a practical introduction to managing multifamily properties, from implementing operational policies to supervising day-to-day operations.
Residential Building Systems, Operations, and Maintenance
Gain a working knowledge of all aspects of multifamily residential building systems, maintenance, and repair.
Managing Tenant Improvement and Building Renovation Projects
Learn the critical skills to manage commercial or residential capital improvement projects to maximize returns and building operations and limit risk.
Real Property and Landlord/Tenant Law
This course teaches the principles and instruments of real property law, including when and how to utilize the legal system.
Residential Leasing and Marketing
Learn how to analyze, prepare, and market residential real estate effectively through the creation of a comprehensive marketing plan.
NYC Legal Issues of Landlord/Tenant Relations
Examine the legal issues that landlords, agents, property managers, and real estate attorneys in New York face with residential rental properties.