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8Legal & Risk62970An Overview of Property Management ProcessesThis course includes an overview of the business starting with Maketing to Owners, Owner/ Property Sign-ups, Marketing to Tenants, signing up Tenants, Managing the Property, Managing the Tenant, Managing the Money, Managing the Owner, Move-out Processes and Terminations. Bascially the entire process of listing, leasing ad managing with special emphasis on signing up owners, and getting the proper disclosures, and getting the proper affidavits and certifications and other multiple (and entity) owners. Setting up the tenatn properly means getting all the information you need to make the proper evaluation, negotiating with the tenant, setting security deposits, pet deposits, co-signors, guarantors, scheduling and competing the move-in inspection and setting up maintenance expectations.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
8Legal & Risk62837Building a Property Management InfrastructureHere we examine the building blocks of property management. Every management company must establish a Scope of Service (what its fees cover and don't cover), build a model of who and what you will (and will not) manage; define their management style (broker or manager); build a Tenant Handbook outlining policies and procedures for every interaction between you and the tenant; build an Owner Handbook defining your relationship and how it will be managed; and define your company job description. If you want to build a profitable management company you must start with these critical building blocks.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
8Legal & Risk62972Cashing In On Property ManagementIn this class we learn how to fight the broker (and sales person) mindset; turn a nickel-dime business into a "cash cow"; generate revenue from residents, owners, and vendors; and address the contractual issues vs. policy issues, and challenges to implementation of new fees and charges. We will also examine 10 different businesses you can run out of your management company to generate even more profit for the company. We'll address the ethical issues of who you disclose to, what you disclose, and when to disclose. This class is all about making property management profitable.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
8Legal & Risk62969Introduction to Property ManagementWhy develop a management business? Learn how to set up a management copany from scratch; licenses needed to be a property manager; how to put together the right team for your management business/ department; address liability issues of property management and how to minimize them; education and credentials you can acquire for Property Managers; and the state, federal and local laws that regulate the property management business. This is about "setting it up right" so you are successful with property management.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
8Legal & Risk62974Leasing and the LawA workshop for sales brokers (and their agents) who are moving into the business of renting/ leasing houses in Georgia. Brokers too often think, "If I know how to list a million dollar home and generate a $50,000 commission I guess I can lease a $1,200 rental." This may be a reasonable conclusion but you might find it's not. You'll be shocked at what you didn't know about the leasing process and maybe rethink whether or not you want to be doing it. Every broker letting their agents do leasing, and every agent doing leasing, needs to take this class!
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
8Legal & Risk62971Managing the Property After Move-InOnce the tenant is in you have to…Manage the money according to the real estate commission rules including rent collection, manage late rent and evictions, as well as report to owners regularly, and keep your trust accounts balanced. Manage the owner issues including foreclosures, rules about contacting the tenant, battling HOA issues, emergencies, and a host of other challenges. Manage the tenant including unauthorized pets, early terminations, defaults, property visits, and other management issues. Manage the move out procedures including the inspection, settling the security deposit, managing disputed charges, and dealing with utilities and lawn care. Managing terminations includes getting owner's instructions, settling escrow account disputes with owners, and following the real estate commission's escrow account issues.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
8Legal & Risk62973Preventing Litigation in Property ManagementTo avoid lawsuits you need to pay special attention to foreclosures; Home Owners Associations battles; Move-Out Inspection disputes; mold claims; wrongful dispossessory; tenant bankruptcies; personal property disputes; stop payments on certified checks; constructive eviction; trust account deadlines and traps; "They trashed my house and I blame you"; disbursing to the wrong owner; complaints against you; changing out room-mates; identity theft; correcting novatings, and rodents. This is about managing high-risk issues for property managing and preventing lawsuits.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
14Property Management62970An Overview of Property Management ProcessesThis course includes an overview of the business starting with Maketing to Owners, Owner/ Property Sign-ups, Marketing to Tenants, signing up Tenants, Managing the Property, Managing the Tenant, Managing the Money, Managing the Owner, Move-out Processes and Terminations. Bascially the entire process of listing, leasing ad managing with special emphasis on signing up owners, and getting the proper disclosures, and getting the proper affidavits and certifications and other multiple (and entity) owners. Setting up the tenatn properly means getting all the information you need to make the proper evaluation, negotiating with the tenant, setting security deposits, pet deposits, co-signors, guarantors, scheduling and competing the move-in inspection and setting up maintenance expectations.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
14Property Management62837Building a Property Management InfrastructureHere we examine the building blocks of property management. Every management company must establish a Scope of Service (what its fees cover and don't cover), build a model of who and what you will (and will not) manage; define their management style (broker or manager); build a Tenant Handbook outlining policies and procedures for every interaction between you and the tenant; build an Owner Handbook defining your relationship and how it will be managed; and define your company job description. If you want to build a profitable management company you must start with these critical building blocks.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
14Property Management62972Cashing In On Property ManagementIn this class we learn how to fight the broker (and sales person) mindset; turn a nickel-dime business into a "cash cow"; generate revenue from residents, owners, and vendors; and address the contractual issues vs. policy issues, and challenges to implementation of new fees and charges. We will also examine 10 different businesses you can run out of your management company to generate even more profit for the company. We'll address the ethical issues of who you disclose to, what you disclose, and when to disclose. This class is all about making property management profitable.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
14Property Management62969Introduction to Property ManagementWhy develop a management business? Learn how to set up a management copany from scratch; licenses needed to be a property manager; how to put together the right team for your management business/ department; address liability issues of property management and how to minimize them; education and credentials you can acquire for Property Managers; and the state, federal and local laws that regulate the property management business. This is about "setting it up right" so you are successful with property management.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
14Property Management62971Managing the Property After Move-InOnce the tenant is in you have to…Manage the money according to the real estate commission rules including rent collection, manage late rent and evictions, as well as report to owners regularly, and keep your trust accounts balanced. Manage the owner issues including foreclosures, rules about contacting the tenant, battling HOA issues, emergencies, and a host of other challenges. Manage the tenant including unauthorized pets, early terminations, defaults, property visits, and other management issues. Manage the move out procedures including the inspection, settling the security deposit, managing disputed charges, and dealing with utilities and lawn care. Managing terminations includes getting owner's instructions, settling escrow account disputes with owners, and following the real estate commission's escrow account issues.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
14Property Management62973Preventing Litigation in Property ManagementTo avoid lawsuits you need to pay special attention to foreclosures; Home Owners Associations battles; Move-Out Inspection disputes; mold claims; wrongful dispossessory; tenant bankruptcies; personal property disputes; stop payments on certified checks; constructive eviction; trust account deadlines and traps; "They trashed my house and I blame you"; disbursing to the wrong owner; complaints against you; changing out room-mates; identity theft; correcting novatings, and rodents. This is about managing high-risk issues for property managing and preventing lawsuits.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
10Skill, Business & Professional Development62970An Overview of Property Management ProcessesThis course includes an overview of the business starting with Maketing to Owners, Owner/ Property Sign-ups, Marketing to Tenants, signing up Tenants, Managing the Property, Managing the Tenant, Managing the Money, Managing the Owner, Move-out Processes and Terminations. Bascially the entire process of listing, leasing ad managing with special emphasis on signing up owners, and getting the proper disclosures, and getting the proper affidavits and certifications and other multiple (and entity) owners. Setting up the tenatn properly means getting all the information you need to make the proper evaluation, negotiating with the tenant, setting security deposits, pet deposits, co-signors, guarantors, scheduling and competing the move-in inspection and setting up maintenance expectations.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
10Skill, Business & Professional Development62837Building a Property Management InfrastructureHere we examine the building blocks of property management. Every management company must establish a Scope of Service (what its fees cover and don't cover), build a model of who and what you will (and will not) manage; define their management style (broker or manager); build a Tenant Handbook outlining policies and procedures for every interaction between you and the tenant; build an Owner Handbook defining your relationship and how it will be managed; and define your company job description. If you want to build a profitable management company you must start with these critical building blocks.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
10Skill, Business & Professional Development62972Cashing In On Property ManagementIn this class we learn how to fight the broker (and sales person) mindset; turn a nickel-dime business into a "cash cow"; generate revenue from residents, owners, and vendors; and address the contractual issues vs. policy issues, and challenges to implementation of new fees and charges. We will also examine 10 different businesses you can run out of your management company to generate even more profit for the company. We'll address the ethical issues of who you disclose to, what you disclose, and when to disclose. This class is all about making property management profitable.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
10Skill, Business & Professional Development62969Introduction to Property ManagementWhy develop a management business? Learn how to set up a management copany from scratch; licenses needed to be a property manager; how to put together the right team for your management business/ department; address liability issues of property management and how to minimize them; education and credentials you can acquire for Property Managers; and the state, federal and local laws that regulate the property management business. This is about "setting it up right" so you are successful with property management.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
10Skill, Business & Professional Development62974Leasing and the LawA workshop for sales brokers (and their agents) who are moving into the business of renting/ leasing houses in Georgia. Brokers too often think, "If I know how to list a million dollar home and generate a $50,000 commission I guess I can lease a $1,200 rental." This may be a reasonable conclusion but you might find it's not. You'll be shocked at what you didn't know about the leasing process and maybe rethink whether or not you want to be doing it. Every broker letting their agents do leasing, and every agent doing leasing, needs to take this class!
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
10Skill, Business & Professional Development62971Managing the Property After Move-InOnce the tenant is in you have to…Manage the money according to the real estate commission rules including rent collection, manage late rent and evictions, as well as report to owners regularly, and keep your trust accounts balanced. Manage the owner issues including foreclosures, rules about contacting the tenant, battling HOA issues, emergencies, and a host of other challenges. Manage the tenant including unauthorized pets, early terminations, defaults, property visits, and other management issues. Manage the move out procedures including the inspection, settling the security deposit, managing disputed charges, and dealing with utilities and lawn care. Managing terminations includes getting owner's instructions, settling escrow account disputes with owners, and following the real estate commission's escrow account issues.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749
10Skill, Business & Professional Development62973Preventing Litigation in Property ManagementTo avoid lawsuits you need to pay special attention to foreclosures; Home Owners Associations battles; Move-Out Inspection disputes; mold claims; wrongful dispossessory; tenant bankruptcies; personal property disputes; stop payments on certified checks; constructive eviction; trust account deadlines and traps; "They trashed my house and I blame you"; disbursing to the wrong owner; complaints against you; changing out room-mates; identity theft; correcting novatings, and rodents. This is about managing high-risk issues for property managing and preventing lawsuits.
Robert Locke
robert@crowninvestorinstitute.com
404-787-3749