The Asset Management Specialist is an intermediate-level designation concerning the fundamentals of asset management with an emphasis on overseeing property performance and fulfilling the owner’s goals. Mastering the basics of asset management equips you to manage the information exchange between development, property management and ownership.
What You Will Learn
Learners could work at nonprofits, for-profits, housing agencies, syndicators, investors, lenders, Housing Finance Agencies and government.
It is recommended that learners have a basic understanding of affordable housing and a working knowledge of Excel.
This designation is obtained by successfully completing three courses:
Nuts and Bolts of Asset Management (AM121)
This class is available in person at the NeighborWorks Training Institute or online. Learn key asset management concepts, theories, and responsibilities, and how they apply to real multifamily properties and portfolios. This course is a great orientation for staff new to asset management, board members, property managers, and executives who oversee asset management.
Asset Management Fundamentals (AM290)
Become grounded in the strategies of sound asset management through interactive exercises that develop skills and understanding about the practices of asset managers.
Financial Fundamentals for Asset Managers (AM291)
Master the basics of real estate financial analysis critical to the long-term success of multifamily properties and portfolios.
To earn the Asset Management Specialist designation, candidates need to pass the final exams
for each of the three courses.
How to Enroll