The power that comes with increased knowledge and confidence is tangible. It is what sets you apart from your competition. Professional designations* from NARPM® have an impact on your company and your clients—and the results translate directly to the bottom line. Add the credibility of our professional designations to your name and to your company name!
NARPM® designations* are earned with a combination of property management experience, NARPM® and industry education, and service to the association through volunteer activities. You may have taken clock-hour courses to maintain your license. Imagine the gains when the courses are specifically focused on what you do as a property manager—and are being taught by a property management professional. Take it one step further and envision networking with other experienced property managers from across the country. Earning your NARPM® designation* will bring a whole new dimension to your daily tasks. *You must be a member of NARPM National in order to be eligible to apply for a NARPM designation or certification.
Mentors are no longer a requirement to complete the designation process, however if you would like to request assistance please refer to the approved mentor list.
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The Darryl Kazen Memorial Scholarship will be awarded for the fourth time at the 2020 NARPM® Convention in Fernandina Beach, FL. The Scholarship is open for an RMP® Candidate, who will receive their designation at the 2020 Convention, or for someone who received their RMP® since the 2019 Convention. The award amount of $1,235 covers the Designation Application fee ($150), three 6-hour courses registration fees ($540), and the Basic Convention Registration Fee ($545).
Darryl Kazen, MPM® RMP®, gave many years to the NARPM® organization through, not only his membership, but he was a NARPM® National Instructor, Designations Auditor, and a mentor to many NARPM® Members. This Scholarship honors his commitment to NARPM® and excelling the profession of Property Management.
The Darryl Kazen Scholarship Application package must be submitted in its entirety, except for letters of recommendation. Incomplete application packages will be rejected. Application packages must be sent to NARPM® Darryl Kazen Application, 638 Independence Pkwy., Ste. 100, Chesapeake, VA 23320 or via email with the subject line Darryl Kazen Application at email@example.com
Residential Management Professional (RMP®) and Master Property Manager (MPM®) are the designations residential property owners recognize and seek. Any member or non-member may take the RMP® or MPM® classes. Professional members may seek candidacy for the designations. Details about qualifications and submission requirements are listed on the RMP® Overview and MPM® Overview pages.
Property management firms that are headed by an MPM® and that demonstrate the highest level of professionalism are eligible for the Certified Residential Management Company (CRMC®) designation. Companies who apply for this designation are consistently the leading firms in their geographical area. They understand that continued success only comes with advancement. To find out the criteria for the NARPM® CRMC® designation, check out the CRMC® Overview page.
Certified Support Specialist (CSS®) professionals work in an organization with a NARPM® member who has earned the RMP® or MPM® designation. Those individuals are actively engaged in supporting the company’s property managers are eligible to earn the CSS® certification. These are the staff members who make their interest in contributing to the well being of their employer’s company known by their actions—and not just their words. To find out more about the NARPM® CSS® certification requirements, visit our CSS® Overview page.
The CMC is one of the newest certifications available from NARPM®. NARPM® seeks to become the dominant source for educating and training support specialists in the residential property management industry. A properly trained, well-educated staff member will return untold profits to your bottom line. Virtually all requirements of the CMC certification can be earned at the local level. To find out more about the NARPM® CMC certification requirements, visit our CMC Overview page.
The CRMB certification is the newest certification available from NARPM®. NARPM® seeks to become the dominant source for educating and training Management Bookkeepers in the residential property management industry. A properly trained, well-educated staff member will return untold profits to your bottom line. Virtually all requirements of the CRMB certification can be earned at the local level. To find out more about the NARPM® CRMB certification requirements, visit our CRMB Overview page.