Principles of Property Management – Manager Course
This course is a mandatory course for those wanting to manage a property management brokerage within Manitoba. Individuals who complete this course and satisfy the other registration requirements outlined in The Real Estate Services Act, will be eligible for registration as a property management manager or supervisor under the Act. The course provides the means for registration for a license that is restricted to property management only and does not qualify students to undertake any other trade in real estate.
This course recognizes the unique requirements of property managers, tenants and landlords in an increasingly sophisticated marketplace. The course focuses solely on property management skills and knowledge. Discussions, examples and exercises cover a broad range of areas, including residential, office, retail and industrial.
Individuals considering taking this course need to be aware that The Real Estate Services Act, which is administered by The Manitoba Securities Commission (MSC), requires that persons applying to register as a property management manager or supervisor have obtained 24 months of experience as a registered property management representative in the 36-month period prior to applying for registration. The MREA cannot assess or verify if a student’s past experience/current placement satisfies the MSC’s 24-month experience requirement. Approval of licensing applications is at the sole discretion of the MSC. Completion of this course is not a guarantee that students will be granted a license as a property management manager or supervisor. Should students have questions regarding registration requirements, they are to contact the MSC at email@example.com.
The Principles of Property Management - Manager course
Students must apply for their licence with the MSC within 36 months of completing Principles of Property Management – Manager course and have obtained 24 months of experience as a registered property management representative in the 36-month period prior to applying for registration.
How to register
You can register for most courses offered by MREA in person, by phone, by mail, or by email. Course fees are payable by major credit card (VISA or MasterCard), cheque, cash, or money order.
Complete the required registration form
Submit your completed registration form and payment
Course materials are immediately available to those individuals registering in person.
We will email you a link and password to access the online course resources, if applicable for the course you are registered in.
Submit Registration Form:
By email to firstname.lastname@example.org (Do not include credit card information in email correspondence; email the registration form without credit card payment information and call the association at 204.772.0405 to provide payment details).
By fax: 204.775.3781
In person or mail:
Manitoba Real Estate Association
1873 Inkster Boulevard
Winnipeg, MB R2R 2A6
If you are already registered for a program with us, you can log into your online education portal to register for other courses here
For information on course withdrawals and refunds, please visit our Program Policies page.