Do you need a broker's license in Pennsylvania to have a property management business for long term tenants.
I know you can do vacation rentals now. Not sure about long term rentals.
Not necessarily. There are a couple ways around it. The first would be if you are a w2 employee of the owner. The second would be if you are part owner. A good way to do this would be to have whoever wants you to manage their property add you as a 1% limited liability partner. This would allow you to manage the property as you would have ownership, and also gives you right of first refusal if the owner ever wants to sell it.
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Property management does need to be done by a licensed real estate agent, and through a brick and mortar real estate broker. But it can be done as an unlicensed W2 employee for the owner of the property.