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.
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 it shows those individuals are serious about there profession and continuing to educate themselves through this organization. Vendors that are affiliated with NARPM are selected based on their professionalism and credentials to serve the needs of maintaining residential rental properties.
If you are a property manager in our local area or are just curious to learn more about our industry we encourage you to join us at one of our monthly meetings. We would also be delighted if you joined NARPM and our local chapter as a member.