Property Management Basics: What Real Estate Agents Should Know

Approved by the Dept of State for 3.75 hours of Continuing Education

Cost:  $50 

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Course Objectives

This course will provide an introduction to the property management field with emphasis upon the various roles and responsibilities of the property manager in both residential and commercial settings, and practical methods of interacting with property managers and management companies in connection with real estate transactions.


Course Highlights

Overview of the Property Management Field
A. Responsibilities Of The Residential Property Manager
B. Responsibilities Of The Commercial Property Manager
C. Fiduciary Duties Of A Property Manager
D. How Management Companies Work

The Relationship Between Property Managers and Real Estate Licensees
A. The Property Manager And You: Friends or Foes?
B. Dealing With Property Managers In Real Estate Transactions
1. Sales
2. Rentals
C. Wearing Two Hats: When Licensees Work For A Brokerage Firm That Also Manages Buildings



Who is the instructor?

David Weitzer

David has worked in the real estate industry since 2001, focusing primarily on commercial real estate brokerage and property management in Manhattan.

As a property manager, David has independently supervised and coordinated all facets of operation, administration, management and maintenance associated with full-service residential properties. Prior to entering the field of property management, David worked as a salesperson for Weichert Commercial Brokerage, specializing in commercial/industrial real estate in the northern New Jersey market, handling lease, sublease, acquisition and disposition assignments in the warehouse and distribution, manufacturing, assembly, research and development sectors.

David also has first-hand experience in ownership of properties including a 215,000 square foot industrial center with multiple tenants and a 103-acre commercial real estate investment property.

David graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Brandeis University in 1994 with a degree in Politics and American Studies. He holds a juris doctorate degree from The George Washington University as well as a master's degree in public administration. He has worked for a variety of agencies and organizations in the public sector including the General Services Administration, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Commerce and the Assassination Records Review Board.

David is a New York State certified Real Estate Instructor and licensed Real Estate Salesperson. He currently serves as Director of Business Development for Colgate Real Estate Advisors.



Where do I take this course?
New York Real Estate Institute
139 West 35th, 2nd floor
New York, NY 10018
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