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National Apartment Association Leasing Professional

Leasing professionals are the first people prospective residents meet, and often their only gauge of the property staff. This course is designed to teach these professionals skills to help them become top producers. Click here for a promotional flyer that highlights the programs benefits.

Increase your effectiveness by enhancing your knowledge of the multifamily industry and the career you have chosen.  The NALP (National Apartment Leasing Professional) curriculum is focused on the needs of the property leasing consultant and the contribution this professional makes to the successful property.  In class, you will gain a new understanding of the many roles you serve to support the management function at your property.  At the same time, you will have a new opportunity to share your experiences with other dedicated peers, establishing valuable contacts for the future and increasing your own experience level.

Your enrollment will enhance and advance your own career by demonstrating your commitment to education and higher standards of excellence.  All this at the same time you build partnerships and network on group activities and assignments.

The program is ideal for all leasing professionals who seek a refresher on leasing techniques or who have recently joined the industry and want to learn more while acquiring their experience.

Cirriculum

The National Apartment Leasing Professional (NALP) includes:

  • Bringing in New Residents: Be Prepared
  • Marketing & Maintaining Your Community
  • Why Your Competition Matters
  • Relevant Laws & How to Apply Them
  • The Sales Process & Building Relationships
  • Effectively Meeting the Needs of Current Residents
  • The Market Survey
  • NALP has been enhanced with FranklinCovey video-based courses!

Course Requirements

Candidacy requirements include the completion of the NALP Curriculum and fulfillment of experience requirements.  The candidate has one year to complete the program. 

To receive the designation, the candidate must have six months of apartment industry experience.  The designation is renewable each year with the submission of continuing education credits (CECs) and renewal dues.

Program Cost/Dates

The cost is $375 per person for members and $550 per person for non-members. Classes are scheduled for May 30-31 and June 1 plus an additional date for your Market Presentations. To register, please complete the REGISTRATION FORM and return to the AAGC office.