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NY Department of State Approved

Property and Risk Management (PARM)

a.k.a. Asset Commissioning and Developer's Exit Strategy (ACADES) class.

A 7.5 hour class approved by the NY Deptartment of State for real estate continuing education credits.

Course Info & Registration

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Property and Risk Management (PARM): $100

Course approved for 7.5 hours of continuing education.


Continuing Education Schedule

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About The Course

Introduction to Professional Property Management

  • Understanding the evaluation of the property management profession.
  • Be able to explain the different classifications of real property and the various property management challenges involved with each.
  • Understand the principles of economics that affect the property manager's decision-making process.
  • Explain the process of researching and creating a management plan.

The Manager-Owner Relationship

  • Explain the terms of a typical property management contract.
  • Describe the procedures involved in taking over a property.
  • Distinguish among the various types of manager-owner relationship.

The Management Plan

  • Understand that identifying and achieving the owner's objectives are the manager's primary objectives.
  • Describe the process of putting together a management plan.

Leases and Tenant Issues

  • Describe the basic leasehold estates.
  • Distinguish among the types of residential and commercial leases and describe the characteristics and uses of each.
  • Outline the fundamental components of a typical residential leases and the rights and responsibilities of both the lessor and lessee; understand the importance of state and local law in governing landlord-tenant relations.

Managing Residential Properties

  • Distinguish among the various types of residential property.
  • Understand the special challenges of managing condominiums and cooperatives.
  • Explain how fair analysis and how the manager assembles reports.

Managing Emergency and Tenant Safety Issues

  • Understand the importance of the three-pronged, four-part strategy for dealing with emergency and life safety issues.
  • Identify the procedures involved in planning for emergencies.
  • Be aware of the importance of tenant security.

About the Instructor

Salvador Rozenberg

Project Manager and Adjunct Professor

Salvador Rozenberg is an expert administrator regarding services in business, construction and project development and real estate management and provides his advisory services through his business entity, Transaction Maintenance Company. He is also is an accomplished regional leader, educator and innovator in the development and creation of course curricula regarding business, construction, development, project and real estate management as well as being an Adjunct Professor in these subject areas.

Mr. Rozenberg's client list includes real estate owners, general contractors and developers. His client services include all business-related functions involving real estate bookkeeping, construction, development, financial reporting and management. His expertise covers the preparation of business/marketing plans and project scope of work, bid reviews, construction planning, operations management and project scheduling, supervision of renovation and restoration projects, preparing budgets/financial statements,leasing and analysis of leases, and general business administration.

As an Adjunct Professor, Mr. Rozenberg teaches about the subjects of construction, development, facilities, project management and real estate for the City University of New York (CUNY) Baruch College; Zicklin School of Business, William Newman Real Estate Department; New York University, Tandon School of Engineering, Civil Urban Engineering Department, New York University, School of Professional Studies, Schack Real Estate Institute and New York Institute of Technology, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department among other prominent academic institutions and organizations.

Project Experience

Transaction Maintenance Company — Project Manager

Through his business entity, Mr. Rozenberg provides advisory services with various real estate owners, investors, clients and developers regarding administration services, leasing, procurement, financial statements, construction planning and project monitoring. His projects for his commercial and residential clients have involved waterproofing projects, sidewalk vaults replacements, roofing repairs, exterior renovations, vertical transportation modernization, HVAC upgrades and code compliance and fire damage building restoration. He also provides clients with construction planning for dispositions, managing agent functions, coordinates the building codes, DOB, DHCR, HPD, ECB, ADA, EPA and OSHA compliance and implements major capital improvements (MCIs) projects for residential, retail, commercial, industrial and warehouse development projects.

Construction and Real Estate Management Organizations and Affiliations

Mr. Rozenberg has provided construction and real estate management client services or has been affiliated with the following business organizations: Advance Construction Concepts, Inc., (Commercial and Residential General Contracting) Newmark and Associates, (Asset Management) State of New York, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, (Construction and Project Management) EMMES Realty Service, (Asset Management ) Schur Management Company, Ltd, (Restoration and Management) Alliance For Progress (Not For Profit — Residential Housing), United States Treasury Department, (Asset Disposition Division), City of New York, Department of General Services (DGS), (Operations and Management) Concord Asset Group (Real Estate Investment Trust "REIT"), Patrician Group (Asset Syndications) and Helmsley-Spear, Inc.(Accounting, Construction, Investments and Management)

Educational Experience

Adjunct Professor

Since 2002, Mr. Rozenberg has developed and delivered curricula in business, construction, development, facilities, landlord tenant law (housing court procedures) business negotiations, project and real estate management. As academic course developer, Mr. Rozenberg coordinates multiple collaboration agreements to optimize construction and real estate courses for undergraduates, graduates, and for continuing education and corporate training programs to maximize traction of student registration and tuition potential for educational institutions.

Academic institutions and organizations that presently offer or have offered Mr. Rozenberg's construction and real estate education programs include the City University of New York Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business, Hostos Community College, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York University, Tandon School of Engineering, Civil Urban Engineering Department, New York University, School of Professional Studies, Schack Real Estate Institute, Pace University, New York Institute of Technology, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Mechanic's Institute, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, New Jersey Transit, Communications Workers of America Local 1180, Consolidated Edison, and the Orange and Rockland Utilities. Mr. Rozenberg has been a guest lecturer for Bellevue Hospital, STV Group Inc., and Municipal Credit Union (MCU) regarding the subject matter of business, construction, development, negotiation strategy, project and real estate management best practices.

Please feel free to contact Salvador with any questions you might have to sroze661@hotmail.com

The Instructor also teaches the Property Management Certificate Course


Thank you Sal,
I did find the July 2018 Sunday, PARM course very informative. I'll be taking my time to read all the articles you provided for the class lecture.

Yes, I do plan on taking these other courses for the SREP certificate.

Vincent Buitrago
Director of Property Management


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