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How to become a Property Manager?

Tell us everything we need to know to become a Property Manager. Note: Given the growing interest in the property management field, we're inviting our experienced professionals to share their knowledge.

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What are the best things about a real estate agent ?

I am a 8th grader wondering if I should really be a real estate agent I know the pay is really well but will this job really make me happy do people really enjoy this job what are some thoughts about being a real estate?

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Study Abroad studying a double-major in Music Performance and Business Administration?

I want to become a Property Manager but also I have been playing the clarinet for 9 years and I have filled a decent musical curriculum attending to music festivals, summer camps, playing in various ensembles; advanced orchestras, symphonic bands, professional orchestras, etc. My main goal is to study abroad either in Italy or Spain a whole year, having in mind that I would be studying a double major in two distinct fields. My main concern is if it is possible to do so. #study-abroad #music-performance #music #italy #spain- #spain #clarinet #property-management #business-management #busines

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Should I study a double major in Music Performance and Business Administration?

I want to become a Property Manager but also I have been playing the clarinet for 9 years and I have filled a decent musical curriculum like playing with numerous ensembles, professional orchestras, youth advanced-orchestras, attending to summer camps to tutor and participate, etc. My main concern is that these two mayors are in two unrelated fields, which means my time management and classes are going to be hard, at least that is what I have heard. #music #music-performance #clarinet #bussiness #property-management #double-major

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What does it take to build and run a new apartment complex?

Hello, I've all but decided that apartment complex ownership is the business I want to start with as an entrepreneur. I'm currently working toward finishing my associate of arts degree, taking business/economics/accounting classes to assist me with the technical aspects of starting the business. I plan to graduate in spring of next year. After graduation, I'm going to allow myself some time to save up money for a down payment on a loan. Along with these plans, I have quite a few ideas about how I want to run my business (between floor-plans, amenities etc.) but to be quite honest I'm not sure where to go from there. I may ask more questions later if I need more detail on a particular aspect. So my questions are these; What major expenses may I be forgetting or overlooking in the planning process? What advice do you have for first-time landlords? What are some tips or red flags on choosing builders, contractors and inspectors? What advice do you have for choosing a location? What is some advice on saving money on property? What are some ways I could save money on initial investment? What things should I not cheap out on for initial investment? What financial qualifications are needed for such an big loan? How long should I wait before hiring people to run the business for me? #architecture #real-estate #real-estate-investing #apartments #apartment #landlord #property-insurance #property-management #career-details

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