NO. Although renting and leasing activities are considered real estate activities undertaken by a real estate broker, if those activities are incidental to his or her involvement as a property manager, a real estate broker license is not required.
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NO. A broker's license is not required to manage community associations or condo associations in Massachusetts.
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MUST-KNOW INFO FOR PROPERTY MANAGERS:
Evictions are awful - perhaps the worst task property managers must perform. If you're in the business long enough, you'll likely have to go through the eviction process at least once.
Here's a local example of a Massachusetts eviction: A showdown occurred in Salem in late 2014 when a man who had recently lost his job was unfortunate enough to also be given an eviction notice. The overwhelming stress of the situation resulted in a six-hour standoff with law enforcement, during which he threw explosives out the window and fatally injured himself.