A Look at Educational Resources Available to New York Property Managers
While networking with other industry professionals is an excellent method of staying up-to-date (and reading The Cooperator is another smart move), the most beneficial way for a property manager to learn and develop is to continue his or her education.
Peter Grech, a resident manager and the director of educational services for New York City’s Superintendents Technical Association (NYSTA) states that “perceived value” is the most important benefit for property managers furthering their education. “Education adds value to the person taking the classes,” he says. “That value is then added to the management company value, and then to the buildings that they manage.”