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A property manager working under a real estate broker in Maryland does not need a license.

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Prepare for an entry-level position as a leasing consultant or as an assistant property manager. Further your professional training and earn your certification.

Property managers ensure properties maintain a high occupancy rate. They manage the rental process. They advertise spaces, show the property, review applications and approve tenants for properties. They collect rent and enforce the terms of a lease. They provide customer service to tenants, resolving any issues or complaints. They coordinate all facilities maintenance, manage all vendor relationships and routinely inspect the property for damages. They create and maintain all financial records for their facility, regularly reporting to senior management or the property owner. 


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Denise Barino-Samuels



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