IRPF conducts IREM Property Management Course in Nairobi, Kenya

The Institute of Real Estate Management’s (IREM®) Successful Property Management course was taught by Natalie D. Brecher, CPM® at the EARRETC in Nairobi, Kenya 23 – 25 August 2011. There were 31 real estate professionals from Kenya and Uganda in attendance, representing firms as large as CB Richard Ellis and the Commercial Bank of Africa and as small as sole proprietors of property management firms. Collins Kowuor, Chairman, Eunice N. Macharia, Chair of the Education Committee, and Moses Kiambuthi, CEO, all with the Institution of Surveyors of Kenya (ISK) handled the logistics and supported this effort of U.S. Aid and the IRPF.

Over the three days, course topics included advertising, budgeting, human resources, maintenance, risk management and client relations, with one section devoted to ethics in the property management profession. The course was presented interactively, with group workshops to have the participants apply the concepts learned.

Participants of the Successful Property Management Course held at the Kenya School of Monetary Studies
Students in a workshop session during Brecher’s Successful Property Management course

2 thoughts on “IRPF conducts IREM Property Management Course in Nairobi, Kenya

  1. betton55 December 30, 2011 / 2:01 am

    GREAT story! Start-ups are tough. Going through this whole thing right now. I’m pretty sure a bald spot is begging to be formed on top of my head!

    GoRenter

  2. soi March 27, 2012 / 2:22 pm

    Would like to know more.

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