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Course Name:Basic Budgeting and Accounting for Real Estate Managers (IREM FIN201)(AH127)
Please explain how this course or educational program addresses NAR's Housing Opportunity objectives of expanding housing availability and homeownership for all.

Learn the basic budgeting and accounting principles needed for successful property management. Enhance your knowledge of budgeting, accounting and fiscal administration skills that will improve day-to-day financial operations at your site. Learn how to apply your new knowledge in real-world situations. Bring a financial calculator (HP 12c or 19b recommended). First of three courses offered as part of the Institute of Real Estate Management requirements for the Accredited Residential Manager certification. Sponsored by the Consortium for Housing and Asset Management (CHAM) and NeighborWorks® Training Institute in conjunction with IREM.
Course Provider:NeighborWorks® Training Institute
URL of Provider's Web Site (if any):http://www.nw.org/network/home.asp
State(s) in which course is offered:MN
Which real estate audiences might be interested in this course? Please select all that apply.Residential Sales Agents, Residential Brokers
If "Other" audiences, please enter their names here ( if Other):
Please choose real estate topics related to this course:Business Development, Business Planning, Fair Housing, Finance & Investing, Management, New Home Sales
Is this course approved for continuing education (CE) credit?Yes
Does this course count towards earning a REALTOR®-family designation?No
If Yes, which designation(s) ( if yes)?
Is this course available online?No
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Please describe the course. Do not include locations, dates, or times of delivery.Learn the basic budgeting and accounting principles needed for successful property management. Enhance your knowledge of budgeting, accounting and fiscal administration skills that will improve day-to-day financial operations at your site. Learn how to apply your new knowledge in real-world situations. Bring a financial calculator (HP 12c or 19b recommended). First of three courses offered as part of the Institute of Real Estate Management requirements for the Accredited Residential Manager certification. Sponsored by the Consortium for Housing and Asset Management (CHAM) and NeighborWorks® Training Institute in conjunction with IREM.
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Does this course have an expiration date?No
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POINT OF CONTACT INFORMATION

First Name:Staff
Last Name:Staff
Phone:800-438-5547 or 202-220-2454
E-mail:nti@nw.org
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