The primary function of real estate property management is to operate
residential, commercial and/or industrial properties for owners who are unable or
unwilling to handle the details of renting, collecting rents, property maintenance
and repair, and record keeping associated with property ownership. In fulfilling
his responsibilities to the owner, however, the property manager cannot ignore
the obligation to seek accomplishment of the owner's goals regarding the
property, including his desire to maximize the profitability of the property and to
protect the owner from liability. The property manager is also charged with social
concerns, such as safeguarding the civil rights, health and safety of the tenants.
This course will cover:
The Property Management Decision
Classification of Real Property
Duties of the Property Manager
Establishment of a Property Management Department
Purchase of an Existing Property Management Operation
Property Management Business Plan
Contracts in Real Estate Property Management
The Property Management Agreement
Other Contracts and Forms Used in Property Management
Americans With Disabilities Act
Rent Collection Policy
Delinquent Rent Policy
Some Suggested Procedures
Causes for Eviction
Serving Notice to Quit
Taking Legal Action
The Eviction Process: Oklahoma Law
Collection After Move-Out
Property Management and Fair Housing
Oklahoma Fair Housing Law
Property Management - Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
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