Kansas Property Management Agreement | Commercial & Residential

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The Kansas property management agreement offers an individual or business the ability to perform real estate activities on behalf of a property owner. The manager will receive authorization from the owner to handle tasks as rudimentary as fixing appliances and lawn care to more significant responsibilities like marketing real estate and evicting tenants. Whatever the reason may be, the arrangement should be defined in a management agreement to be reviewed and agreed upon by the parties.

Requirements (§ 58-3035(f)) – A broker’s license is not required to manage residential property. If the real estate in question is a non-residential property, the manager may need to obtain a broker’s license depending on their appointed responsibilities. The licensing rule does not apply to a salesperson employed by a broker.

Verify a Property Manager Kansas Real Estate Commission

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