Janice Bass, Leesa Bone, Jeffrey Burnett, Patricia Calkins, Victoria Carr, Michael Cathell, Stephanie Charnas, Catherine Clausen-Neff, Jill Curry, Judith A Davis, Catherine Davison, Dawn Dawson, Erik Fine, Elizabeth Flores, Rel Friscia, Anddy Garcia, Joyce Gregory, Bonnie K Hill, James Hoffmann, Amy Jocque, Sean Kelly, David Kerrigan, Wanda Lopez, Eric Magloire, Claudia Metzler, Reyna Pacheco, Stephan Pehns, Daniel Pena, Hans Schink, Laura Schuette, Vlatka Simic-Peric, Carolyn Simoneau, Susan Thomas, Karen Varney, Lauren Verduyn, James Warren, Jessica Wolfe, Yvette Worthington, Vicki Wright
The CFRM designation is earned by completing a two-day course covering in detail the practical and legal aspects of leasing and managing single-family and small residential investment properties. Passing of a final exam is also required to earn the CFRM designation. Holders of a Florida real estate license earned 11 hours of continuing education credit toward their biennial license renewal by attending the class. Check out our video on Youtube - http://www.youtube.com/
Written and taught by experts LeeAnn Levesque and Rick Larson, the course includes detailed coverage of 15 Florida property management laws, including - Residential Landlord and Tenant Act,Property Management Escrow Accounts, and Vacation Rentals. Additionally, the roles of a Florida property manager are discussed through examples and practical, hands-on training. Training topics include:
Planning and analysis
Advertising and marketing
Maintaining the premises
Keeping accurate records
More information about the CFRM designation is available by contacting Larson Educational Services at (239) 344-7510 or visit www.LarsonEd.com. Limited seating is available for the next CFRM class on December 11 and 12, 2014 in Fort Myers. Tuition is $169 and includes a 160-page professional manual.