What Does the RMP Designation Mean?
The RMP designation from NARPM (National Association of Residential Property Managers) is awarded to a property manager who meets requirements that help the property manager learn how to protect a rental property owner. Some of these are: completing educational classes, gaining management experience, and volunteering in the community.
- Must have a real estate license for at least 2 years.
- Must have 100 “unit years” of property management experience during that 2 year period. (A unit year is earned by managing 1 residential unit for 1 year.)
- Must have completed 18 hours of NARPM property management training, and an ethics course.
- Must choose and complete electives: more education, publishing an article, attending conferences, or participating in NARPM meetings.
- Must go to 2 state or regional NARPM conferences, or 1 national conference.
- Must have letters of recommendation.