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Do professionals with CPM or ARM designations earn higher compensation packages?

Mar 02, 2017
What does earning a designation mean for property managers? Higher compensation? Bigger bonuses? What trends are property managers seeing over time in terms of compensation, commission, and benefits? The IREM Profile and Compensation Studies answer these questions, and more!
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The verdict is in: professionals who have earned a CPM® - CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER® or ARM® - ACCREDITED RESIDENTIAL MANAGER® professional designation earn more than their competition. You can see just how much in the 2016 editions of the IREM Profile and Compensation Studies. You’ll find detailed analysis of the characteristics of our members and their companies, and see how a number of variables affect salary levels and the total compensation packages.
 
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If you are hiring a property manager or promoting yourself as a credentialed member, you need to know: what are the characteristics of those who hold these credentials? The ARM and CPM profiles provide detailed breakdowns on the profiles of our credentialed members, covering statistics like:
  • Age
  • Years of experience
  • Position in company
  • Portfolio size
  • Race, gender, and ethnicity
You’ll also learn about the organizations that hire CPM and ARM Members, including the size, reach, and types of organizations.
New in 2016: Responses from IREM Members in Canada
The CPM Edition of the 2016 Profile and Compensation Study now includes ten pages of detailed characteristics and compensation data from CPM and CPM Candidate Members in Canada.
 
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Whether you are an employer looking to ensure your salaries are competitive, or are a credentialed IREM member evaluating your own compensation and benefits to see where you fit in the marketplace, the IREM Profile and Compensation Studies have the data you need.

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The Real Estate Institute of Canada (REIC) is a not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to advancing education and professionalism in the real estate industry. Our courses and designation programs shape the future of real estate by enhancing the skills of talented professionals and business leaders. Committed to the highest professional and ethical standards, REIC has been educating and certifying specialists since 1955.