PMC4: Fair Housing, Trust Funds, and Legal Aspects
Develop an understanding of the responsibilities, functions, and skills involved in property management.
Video segments highlight important points
Download and print your own certificate.
This program training is performed by the C. A. R. Education to enable students to have a thorough understanding of federal and state laws regarding fair housing, delinquency resolution, trust fund handling and other legal issues with which the property manager may be confronted.
|Category:||Real Estate > Professional Development > California|
|Purpose:||Develop an understanding of the responsibilities, functions, and skills involved in property management.|
|Features:||online video, printable certificate|
California Association of REALTORS
525 S Virgil Ave,
Los Angeles, CA 90020
This is a non-credit course. Not for license renewals.
This course will provide real estate professionals with a thorough understanding about the federal and state laws regarding fair housing, delinquency resolution, trust fund handling and other legal issues property managers may experience. Explore the various laws that every property manager and real estate licensee must understand to protecting your life and your business.
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About The Designation
The Property Management Certification (PMC) is a program for all Licensed Real Estate Professionals who want to learn how to manage residential and commercial rental property.
After all requirements have been met, students may apply for an official certificate. Once certified, students may add the certification to business cards, websites, email signatures, blogs, promotional materials, and more. There are no annual renewal requirements.
ATTENTION CAR MEMBERS: You can receive this course for 50% off its regular price by using your membership benefits at the California Association of REALTORS® website! Visit this course at the CAR Education Online Store for more details.
This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.