Property Management Pre-Permit Course       

The property management pre-permit course also requires Commission on Post Secondary Education (CPE) accreditation.  Requirements outlined herein address only the Real Estate Commission requirements.  Contact CPE at (702) 486-7330.

  • Course applications should be submitted by the deadline for the meeting at which you wish the course to be heard; 

  • Provide a complete set of student materials;

  • Provide a copy of instructor notes and teaching aids; and

  • Course outline with time delineations noted.

There is a $100 fee for pre-license applications.  

All courses must comply with the requirements outlined in NAC 645.800:

The 24 classroom hours of instruction in property management required must include, without limitation:

  • Four (4) hours of instruction relating to:

    • Contracts for management services;

    • Leases of real property;

    • Applications to rent real property; and

    • The Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 U.S.C. §§ 1681 et seq.;

  • Two (2) hours of instruction relating to the maintenance of records of money deposited in trust accounts and the requirements for reporting to the division set forth in NRS 645;

  • One (1) hour of instruction relating to the use of a computerized system for bookkeeping;

  • Two (2) hours of instruction relating to the laws of this state governing property management;

  • Two (2) hours of instruction relating to the disclosure of required information in real estate transactions, including, without limitation:

    • Disclosures required pursuant to NRS 645.252; and

    • Disclosures related to environmental issues as governed by state and federal law;

  • Five (5) hours of instruction relating to:

    • The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, 42 U.S.C. §§ 12101 et seq.;

    • The Residential Landlord and Tenant Act as set forth in NRS 118A;

    • The Nevada Fair Housing Law as set forth in NRS 118;

    • State and federal law governing unlawful discrimination based on sex, including, without limitation , sexual harassment;

  • Three (3) hours of instruction relating to property management for a common-interest community as set forth in NRS 116;

  • One (1) hour of instruction relating to the duties and responsibilities of a real estate broker, including the supervision of employees and real estate salesmen and real estate broker-salesmen associated with the broker;

  • Two (2) hours of instructions relating to risk management, including, without limitation:

    • Maintenance of real property;

    • Health and safety of a tenant;

    • Fire insurance;

    • Rental insurance; and

    • Disability insurance; and

  • Two (2) hours relating to the management of commercial property.

Link to NRS 118
Link to NRS 118A
Link to NRS 116       NAC 116