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Christopher Trastoy
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Question on PM work?

Posted Feb 24 2024, 03:26

Any advice on seeking property management and maintenance work in New Jersey? I started doing work and managing my own properties and now I would like to offer services for others.

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Nathan Gesner
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ModeratorReplied Feb 24 2024, 05:56

You can start here. If the website is hard to navigate, give them a call.

https://www.nj.gov/dobi/division_rec/licensing/reclic_menu.h...

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Nader Shariff
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Replied Feb 24 2024, 21:20

For starters, if you want to manage properties for others, you should get licensed as a real estate broker and pull insurance. That is the first step. 

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Replied Feb 26 2024, 08:18

You'll want to explore getting properly licensed.