Certified Property Manager - CPM

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Real Estate Agent with Realty Executives Assoc

This is a question to Certified Property Managers.

I am currently pursuing my CCIM.  I have greatly enjoyed the CCIM training.  I already have the CRS, GRI, and ABR designations for residential real estate.

I am strongly considering pursuing the CPM after I complete the CCIM in 2009.

I would appreciate your feedback on the CPM process and the wisdom of getting it.  Has it made you money?  Does it help to diversify income streams?

I want to develop the three legs (residential, commercial, and prop mgmt) over the next 3-4 years.  I hope to put together a strong team to do all 3.

I would love to get your feedback.

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Richard D Barbee, M.Ed.

Investment Advisor Representative

Registered Representative

Slate, Disharoon, Parrish and Associates

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Knoxville, TN  37922

865-357-7370

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I would think that any continuing education, especially if it results in an additional designation, could not possibly hurt one's career.

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