This program is dedicated to property management offering classes that can be used for real estate license renewal. This program was developed and designed to hone knowledge and skills in topics that relate to the day to day business of a property manager. The curriculum was developed in concert with property management attorneys and long-time property manager practitioners.
Monthly Property Management Forums offer the opportunity to stay abreast of the hot topics and issues that are most important and relevant to you, as property managers.
Q. How do I find out when and where courses are offered?
A. Course dates are listed on the AAR web calendar www.aaronline.com/agenda/) and on the CRPM webpage: www.aaronline.com/increase-knowledge/crpm/. You can also search for courses on the Arizona Department of Real Estate’s website: ttps://services.azre.gov/publicdatabase/SearchScheduledCourses.aspx
Q. Where do I find the list of courses that are approved for the CRPM program?
Q. How long do I have to complete all the required courses?
A. Three years from the date of your first course taken. (note: classes prior to 5/2013 will not count towards this certification).
Q. Are there certain courses that are required or will any property management courses count?
A. Only courses listed on www.aaronline.com/increase-knowledge/crpm/ and taught by one of the approved instructors will count towards the CRPM certification.
Q. When I complete all the course requirements, what do I do?
A. Fill out the Completion Form found on www.aaronline.com/increaseknowledge/crpm/ and submit it to AAR. You must include your completion certificates or your ADRE course history with the form. Please note: only the most recent CRPM Requirements & Last Class form found on the website will be accepted.
Q. What are the numbers next to the name of the courses on the course list?
A. The course numbers are Catalog Numbers for internal AAR administrative use (they are not ADRE c/e renewal numbers).
Q. Are any of the courses offered online?
Required Curriculum includes:
Property management bootcamp, accounting, contracts, agency, fair housing, agency, ethics, legal, disclosure, and one elective course. All classes are approved for c/e credit and are 3 hours in length with the exception of the 6-hour Property Management Bootcamps. Courses can be taken in any order. Note: The CRPM certification is an Arizona REALTOR certification program and not affiliated or endorsed by the National Association of REALTORS.
- Successful completion of the course requirements within three years of taking your first course.
- Hold active membership in either NAR, NARPM, IREM, AMA.
Please submit the online CRPM completion form after your last class:
Re-Certification: Attend a free webinar annually. Webinar will be emailed once a year and must be viewed prior to the date listed in the renewal email. There are no certification or recertification dues.
Sue Flucke has been in real estate for over 27 years and is an associate broker and property management veteran.
Sue Flucke is a Branch Manager and Associate Broker for West USA Realty. She was the 2019 President and current Board member of the Phoenix REALTORS®, Director of the Arizona REALTORS®, and a Director of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR.)
Mike Mulvena has over 29 years of real estate sales and property management experience. Mike is also a state licensed instructor of property management, code of ethics, licensing and renewal classes throughout the state of Arizona.
Denise Holliday, Esq.
Attorney Holliday has engaged in Landlord/Tenant practice since 1996. She is a Justice of the Peace Pro Tem and Superior Court Pro Tem. She is a certified instructor for the Department of Real Estate, Arizona Association of Realtors, Property Management Institute and National Association of Real Property Managers. She is president of ALTA since 2003 and a training instructor for ALTA since 2001.
Steve is the Designated Broker and Owner of Blue Fox Properties, LLC, CRMC® in Tucson, AZ. Blue Fox Properties specializes in managing residential properties, primarily single-family homes. Steve has been selected as 1 of only 6 instructors from across Arizona to teach the Arizona Association of Realtors’, Certified Residential Property Manager courses.
Steve Urie, has been a real estate licensee and residential property manager for 21 years and a designated broker for 18 of those years.
Steve is a founding member, past president and board member of the National Association of Residential Property Managers and has served as the association’s chairman for their Membership Committee, Educational Committee, Certification Committee, and Grievance Committee. He holds the RMP and MPM designations and has been an instructor for the certification courses for those designations in the areas of Office Policy and Procedures, Marketing Your Property Management Business, and Maintenance Policies and Procedures.