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Florida Property Manager Designation Course
Certified Florida Residential Property Manager CFRM Designation Earned by 28 Individuals in Fort Myers, FL
Smyrna Calciano, Tom Dyke, Deanna Fontes, Anna Jenkins, Anthony Laporte, Tracey Mayer-Brooks, Tamika Perry, Mareike Stoutenburgh, Kasey Thompson, Devin Voll, Hayley Piechocki, Stephen Schlachter, Therese Taylor, April Olson, Kathy Barnes, Lauren Anderson, Petra Ludy, Ronnie Brown-Walters, Laura Sargeant, Michael Jacobs, Ranaye Jacobs, Laura Gama, Vickie James, Deborah Spee, Mark Davis, Tanya Cuellar, Celeste Garcia, Vincenzo Palmese
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.
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.
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. Tuition is $169 and includes a 160-page professional manual.