YES. Property management is considered a real estate activity under existing Alaska real estate licensing laws. The Alaska Statutes clearly state that a license is required for any person or company that engages in the rent or lease of real estate in Alaska, who lists real estate for rent or lease or who collects rent for the use of real estate or fees for property management. A salesperson working under a broker may engage in such activities.
Yes. For example, there is an exception for on-site managers residing at the residential complex they manage.
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Before hiring a property manager to manage your Alaska rental property, you should always check that he or she is licensed appropriately. You can check the license status of Alaska property managers at the Alaska Real Estate Commission's .
You must be a real estate broker, an association real estate broker, or a real estate salesperson licensed in Alaska to collect fees for community association management and to practice or negotiate for a contract to practice community association management in Alaska. Licensees serving as community association managers must be covered by a blanket fidelity insurance bond and may not exercise control over the association's reserves or investments accounts. The broker may exercise control over the operating account if allowed under a contract approved by the association's board of directors AND duplicate financial statements are sent by the bank to the licensee and the association's board of directors at separate addresses.
A limited license to practice community association management was available if certain conditions were met and the applicant applied for the limited license by January 1, 1999.
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Alaska real estate broker licensing requirements include:
Alaska real estate salesperson licensing requirements include:
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