How do I become a property manager?

I would like to become a property manager.. do I need to go to a special school to be accredited to manage property?

Asked By: covergirl48505 - 1/2/2007
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No u need ur foot in the door. Apply for a leasing position or sign up with a temp agency for leasing. If u do decide to apply let them know u r new, its ok it really is not that hard to get trained for leasing, u must like people and have good communication skills. Once u have a job u will get to attend leasing... More
Answered By: chola - 1/3/2007
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Here in California, you need a real estate license. I'm not sure if that's the case in other states.
Answered By: Diana - 1/2/2007
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