(Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd) – Oregon provides for a separate property manager license for property managers and does not require a real estate broker or principal broker license. However, real estate brokers and principal brokers can also manage property, but the broker must work under a principal broker who allows property management activity. The property manager license is available after just 60 clock hours of education. The broker license requires 150 clock hours of education.
Oregon does not require any license for the property of a single owner of real estate when the manager is a full-time employee of the owner and if the property management activity is incidental to the employee’s normal, non real estate activities. For more specific information about these and other Oregon property management requirements and exceptions, please contact the Oregon Real Estate Agency.
For more information about property manager licensing and education, please visit these additional postings:
- Activities Requiring an Oregon Property Manager License
- The Duties and Responsibilities of an Oregon Real Estate Property Manager
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