Our affordable Property Management course online
Property managers have a wide variety of day-to-day responsibilities. Negotiating leases, inspecting facilities, scheduling maintenance, screening tenants. It’s a role that requires a unique blend of people skills, regulatory knowledge, and practical expertise. When you enroll in our Property Management course online, you will learn how to develop all three.
Designed by experts with first-hand experience in real estate, our Property Management training covers the most relevant real-world topics, from budgeting to escalation clauses. Studying at your own pace, you will be empowered to move your property management prospects to the next level—without having to interrupt your career.
Online Property Management Course Curriculum
Our self-paced, online Property Management Program teaches the fundamental skills that can be helpful to becoming a successful property manager. Your courses include:
- Introduction to Property Management
- Operations and Tenants
- Business Aspects of Property Management
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What you get
- Textbook: The CompleteLandlord.com Ultimate Property Management Handbook
- Student Portal dashboard for instant access to lessons and support
- Learning Resource Center online libraries and labs
- ProQuest® digital access to thousands of sources for research
- An active online community of fellow students, staff, and grads
The outlook is good for property managers. In addition to a healthy median annual salary of $59,230, the U.S. Department of Labor forecasts that property, real estate, and community associate manager roles will grow by 3% by 2031*. That's 317,300 new jobs across the country, and a much faster growth rate than the average for all occupations.
Enroll online at any time—with no prerequisites—and earn your diploma in as little as four months.
Start with important fundamental concepts before moving on to critical hands-on procedures.
Collaborate with fellow students and get academic support by email, phone, or online.
Frequently asked questions
You may be taking your first steps into higher education. Or you may be considering online study for the first time. Whatever your situation, we're here to guide you through the process and answer any questions you have.
Do you like the idea of being in a responsible role combining interpersonal skills, financial knowledge, and organizational expertise? If so, our Property Management training program is ideal preparation. You'll build on fundamental concepts and learn real-world processes and procedures.
All graduates keep access to their accounts on the Ashworth College Central Network, an online toolkit that provides step-by-step guidance through resume templates, cover letters, thank you letters, and more. As a student, you will interact with the Ashworth College Central Network throughout your lessons to make you comfortable with the tools and prepare you to make a good impression on potential employers once you've graduated!
We allow you up to one year from the date of your enrollment to complete your training. A self-paced, flexible study schedule is one of the many advantages of pursuing your education at Ashworth College.
Our Property Management course isn't the only business-focused Career Diploma available at Ashworth College. Our other online programs include:
Related programs from our partner school, Penn Foster
Through our partner schools Penn Foster Career School and Penn Foster College, students can take advantage of a range of related programs that offer the flexibility and affordability of Ashworth College. Discover how you can balance work, life, and school to develop the skills to help you advance in your current career or help you take the next steps toward building a new one.
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