The Professional Certificate in Real Estate Property Management is issuing to those students who successfully complete four six-week programs (either online or in-class) approved by the Council for Higher Education. Four Required Classes: Real Estate Law and Property Management; Real Estate Analysis and Management; Fundamentals of Real Estate Marketing; and Understanding Residential Mortgage Loans and Lending. In order to successfully graduate from the program, students must pass all required courses with a grade of “B” or better. This certification may be renewed periodically as per the Council’s rules. There are no special renewals; however, students must successfully complete all requirements for reinstatement before obtaining their certificate.
Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Hello; we enjoyed your speech on your behalf at the Realtor International Airport Hotel Annual Meeting. You made a very good presentation and your welcome was warm and sincere. We are proud to have you as a member of our professional property management team. Your ability to manage complex situations and coordinate with others is very impressive, and we look forward to your continued success with the Real Estate Department.
Our congratulations on passing your licensing requirements for becoming a real estate property management company agent! The licensing requirements were simple and straightforward, requiring you to demonstrate both your knowledge of real estate law, and, of course, your real estate marketing experience. You will be required to complete the training portion of the exam and pass the state certification test, prior to being assigned to a real estate management company team. Following the licensing requirements, you will be assigned an agent in place of a supervisor, with the responsibility to oversee the company’s activities.
We want to wish you well on your journey into the world of real estate property management, as we understand it. We feel it is important to remind you that there is a difference between working in a professional capacity versus simply working as an independent contractor. In either case, you will need to complete the HI Sal exam, which is administered by the Hawaii State Licensing Board, as per their regulations. Failure to successfully complete this exam will result in you not being able to work as a real estate manager in Hawaii. You can download the necessary forms from the HI Sal and schedule a date to take the exam, at any local testing center.
Now that you have completed your licensing requirements, it is time to start your real estate property management coursework. During your coursework, you will learn many valuable lessons, in addition to developing excellent communication skills. Throughout the coursework, you will also create a detailed project portfolio and learn the art of budgeting. When you complete your coursework, you will be ready to interview for a job with a professional real estate management company! The entire program is designed to prepare you for a successful career in the field.
Once you have successfully completed your real estate property management coursework, it is important to keep yourself abreast of the latest industry news. Keep informed by attending business meetings, conventions and seminars. Make sure to send a thank you letter to any employers or professionals that you may have encountered during your course. One of the best ways to thank them is to give them a signed thank you gift, such as a thank you note for their assistance and guidance during your time at the office.