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Kansas Property Management Agreement | Commercial & Residential

A 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 associated tasks, from fixing appliances and lawn care to marketing real estate and evicting tenants.
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Requirements – 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.[1]

Verify a Property ManagerKansas Real Estate Commission



  1. § 58-3035(f)