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Accredited Colleges Offering Real Estate Management Degrees

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Real estate is valuable asset to possess, but time-consuming to maintain. Businesses, homeowners, and housing cooperatives understand this, and that is why they employ real estate managers to take care of property for them. Third-party, on-site property managers are in charge of apartment complexes, homes, or retail space in lieu of their owners who can't or do not want to deal with the day-to-day logistics of the property. These on-site managers arrange contracts with lessors, collect rent, advertise the property when it is vacant, and see that any necessary repairs are done. Other property managers take care of grounds for community associations, ensuring that communally used facilities and grounds are kept in order and that community rules are enforced. Another subset of real estate managers actually buy and sell properties for their clients; they work to negotiate a reasonable sale or purchase and to obtain necessary permits.

There are several ways to begin a career as a real estate manager, but the most direct is to pursue a bachelor’s or master’s degree in business, real estate, accounting, or a related field. Property managers should be familiar with finance principles, marketing, accounting, and communications. Real estate asset managers and any manager that buys or sells real estate will need a state-issued license. These are earned after passing an exam.

The overall job growth for real estate managers is predicted to be about average during the next few years. General population growth will fuel the demand for more managers in housing and retail facilities. Job prospects will be especially good in facilities that cater to the growing U.S. elderly population. The middle half of real estate managers earn $32,000-69,000 a year.

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Accredited Colleges Offering Real Estate Management Degrees
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Ashford University Annual Tuition $10,632 - $13,400 Recommend Rate 33% (3 reviews)
117 Programs, 1 in Real Estate Management (view all)
Campuses: Online
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Georgetown University Annual Tuition $48,611 Recommend Rate Add Review
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Campuses: Washington
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Abraham Lincoln University
Campuses: Los Angeles
Annual Tuition $7,500 Recommend Rate Add Review
Ashford University
Campuses: San Diego
Annual Tuition $10,632 - $13,400 Recommend Rate 33% (3 reviews)
Ashworth College
Campuses: Online
Annual Tuition Not Provided Recommend Rate Add Review
Ashworth College (Canada)
Campuses: Online
Annual Tuition Not Provided Recommend Rate Add Review
Boston University
Campuses: Boston
Annual Tuition $48,436 Recommend Rate Add Review
California College San Diego
Campuses: San Diego, National City, San Marcos
Annual Tuition $16,968 Recommend Rate Add Review
Georgetown University
Campuses: Washington
Annual Tuition $48,611 Recommend Rate Add Review
Kaplan University
Campuses: Lincoln, Omaha
Annual Tuition $10,645 - $16,267 Recommend Rate 0% (1 review)
New England College
Campuses: Henniker
Annual Tuition $34,606 Recommend Rate Add Review
University of Denver
Campuses: Denver
Annual Tuition $44,178 Recommend Rate Add Review

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