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September 21st Luncheon - Judge Panel Q&A
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Professional Members of NARPM are individuals who must be engaged in the management of residential properties as agents for others, licensed in those states that require licensing.
NARPM® Works for You
The National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM®) is an association of real estate professionals who know first-hand the unique problems and challenges of managing single-family and small residential properties. We provide our members with the education, classes, information, support, networks, and growth they need to succeed.
Message from the President
2018 is Here!!
It is an exciting time for everyone as we start the new years. This year we are looking for NARPM Members and Affiliates to take part of everything we do. We want involvement in any way each can contribute. Some of the goals for 2018 are:
- Increase membership by 20% - We can achieve this by obtaining 2 members per month
- Increase education - Providing one extra class sponsored locally
- Increase Designation - Many of the designation courses now transfer as CE for TREC. Will improve your exposure to new clients
- Grow Involvement - Participate as a Chair, Co-Chair or Single event planning
- Grow your revenues by applying all of the information you learn here
We look forward to seeing everyone. Invite someone that can take advantage of everything we have to offer.
About Houston Chapter of NARPM®
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Members of NARPM® are individuals who are engaged in the management of residential properties as agents for others, licensed in those states that require licensing.
By being a member of NARPM® you demonstrate a commitment to your continuing education and to your profession.
Vendors that are affiliated with NARPM® are selected based on there professionalism and credentials to serve the needs of maintaining residential rental properties.
A large number of single-family dwellings across the United States are non-owner occupied.
As a group, managers of small residential properties oversee billions of dollars worth of assets, yet have had little or no voice in such important matters as tax law, legislation, legal document requirements, accounting practices, insurance, building codes, zoning and utilities.
Prior to the inception of NARPM® in October 1988 there was no organization to represent this large group of property managers and their clients.