Introduction to Property Management

700 – Introduction to Property Management: An overview of all major aspects of the land/property management function; designed to assist agencies and companies in establishing a cost-effective management plan.

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Course Title:

Introduction to Property Management

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Course Length:

2 days – 8 AM to 5 PM Daily

IRWA Credits:

16 QEU / CEU


IRWA Course 100 “Principles of Land Acquisition” (or equivalent), and a minimum of 6 to 12 months of on-the-job experience



Course Description
This course addresses all major aspects of property and asset management. Participants will learn how to establish a cost-effective management plan that increases profitability, conserves resources and reduces risk exposure for properties managed.

  • Industry: A beginning level course that is required for the Transportation pathway of the SR/WA program and can be applied towards the Generalist pathway of the RWP program.
  • Specialist:  Required course for the R/W-AMC program.
  • Establish, classify, and maintain a property inventory
  • Develop simplified management policies and procedures
  • Identify and evaluate risks, hazards and liabilities
  • Establish ownership monitoring schedules to control encroachments and other unauthorized uses
  • Decide if property should be leased, sold or held
  • Recognize advantages and pitfalls of joint use agreements
  • Effectively repair and maintain improved properties
  • Profitably dispose of excess lands or property rights
Course Tuition includes
  • Participant Manual
Who should take this course

This course is designed for the full-time asset manager or generalist who manages an organization’s properties and who addresses all major aspects of property management.

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