You are interested in real estate and think you would enjoy working with a variety of property owners and tenants? If this description fits you, consider the dynamic and rewarding property management profession. With a property manager’s license, you can assist private investors with rental property, manage an apartment community, work for residential or commercial property leasing firms – you have numerous choices! 


To become licensed as a property manager in South Carolina, a 30 hour course is required. We cover the topics you can expect to see on the PSI Exam, which you must pass in order to receive your license. The course is taught in two formats: days and weekends. The day class meets Monday through Thursday from 9:00am - 5:30pm for one week; the weekend class meets Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am - 5:30pm for two weekends. The tuition is $295, which includes the course and all books and materials.


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PMIC Update Class - (Property Manager in Charge Update)
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To become licensed as a Property Manager in Charge, you must first obtain a property manager's license. After successfully obtaining that license, you can then upgrade to a Property Manager in Charge by completing the 7 hour PMIC Upgrade Course.

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Price: $295.00
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So, you are interested in real estate and think you would enjoy working with a variety of property owners and tenants. If this description fits you, consider the dynamic and rewarding property management profession. With a property manager’s license, you can assist private investors with rental property, manage an apartment community, work for residential or commercial property leasing firms – you have numerous choices! To become licensed as a property manager in South Carolina, a 30 hour...