How do I get my foot in the door?
In the Real Estate industry? I want to become a property manager and have a Diploma in Property (Real Estate) and Business Management and I need guidance on where to start? Since most of the Property Manager job ads online ask for a few years experience but I'm fresh from college. Anyone here who is (or knows someone who is) in Real Estate and if so, how did you/they start? Thanks.
Asked By: Time_Life - 7/30/2008
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Just get a certificate first, which takes like 2 months. It costs like $150-$300 depending where you go. But, once you get it, you can start applying for jobs. And if they require a couple of years experience, you really cant forgo that. And there is a reason why they need acouple years experience. So, just work... More
Answered By: Francis D - 7/30/2008
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Some of the larger rental property development companies have entry level training programs for their apartment complexes. I have several friends that got their start this way. Try Trammel Crow or Epoch for residential or a company like Highwoods for commercial.
Answered By: poking00 - 7/30/2008
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