Quebec’s residential property scene has been hit with major transformations in the past several years, leaving condo associations, real estate investors and residential property managers with a broad range of new challenges. Add to this the province’s aging infrastructure and the growing tendency among developers to build mixed-use properties, and the demands on property managers are more stringent than ever.
Property managers today need a very specialized skill set.
Join us for a special session on the Art of Managing Residential Properties to Maintain and Create Value. Led by Notary and former Manager, Legal Affairs & Secretary at the Ordre des administrateurs agréés du Québec (AdmA) and Faculty Lecturer in McGill’s Professional Development Certificate in Residential and Condominium Property Management, Nicolas Handfield, the session will explore topics like:
- New rules property every property manager must know- Legal, financial, accounting, and technical frameworks property managers must learn know to success in today's marketplace
- New opportunities to property managers in Quebec
- Skills needed to manage mixed-use properties and add value for owners, associations and investors
Then, for those interested, we’ll dive in to McGill’s newly revised Professional Development Certificate in Residential and Condominium Property Management. We’ll explore how this unique bilingual evening and weekend program can help you advance your career as a residential property manager and prepare you for opportunities in this fast-evolving profession.
Learn more about the program at mcgill.ca/scs-property
For more information email us at pd.conted [at] mcgill.ca