Property Management

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Dearborn Real Estate Education, Nov 17, 2004 - Architecture - 530 pages
The new edition of this best selling classic discribes the major functions of property managers, and details specific practices and problems in managing a variety of properties. Inteneded for anyone seeking the latest, most practical information. Highlights include:

* Format can be adjusted to fit varied classroom hour requirements.

* New chapter covering federal laws affecting property management, including civil rights, fair housing, ADA, and environmental issues.

* New appendix of research resources, including professional associations and organizations related to property management.

* Over 60 samples of forms, advertisements, agreements and leases.

* Includes chapter overviews, learning objectives, chapter ending case studies of real life situations, quizzes and answer keys.

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Property Management Economics and Planning
Owner Relations

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About the author (2004)

Robert Kyle holds an M.S. in electrical engineering from Southern Methodist University. He has thirty-two years of experience in radar, missile, electronic warfare, and microwave systems. Currently a senior systems engineer for Texas Instruments.

Baird practiced law for several years before his property management career began in 1958.

Spodek was awarded the first Jack Wiedemer Distinguished Career in real Estate award in 2001 by REEA.

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