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NALP Certification 5 years 11 months ago #5645

I am thinking of going for my NALP certification. Can anyone who has their certification share what they thought of it and if it was worth it or not??

Re:NALP Certification 5 years 11 months ago #5649

Most definitely do it! I was on a panel making the decision to award the certification.

Even the most seasoned leasing professionals were pleased with the experience and how much they learned. It was a great opportunity to do marketing for communities and learn about comps in ways that had not been approached by the staff I reviewed.

Take it seriously and use it an an opportunity to showcase you expertise! Good luck!!!

Re:NALP Certification 5 years 11 months ago #5660

Thank you Sandi - I am always looking for ways to take my career in the industry to a new level and I am really excited about this!!!@

Re:NALP Certification 5 years 11 months ago #5704

BJ- I would highly recommend you complete the NALP designation program! I was a Leasing Agent for 2 years and I have moved up within the company since then, but I am currently taking the NALP classes (when I say currently, I just started today). So far, in the 8 hours I have completed, I have already been exposed to numerous skills and techniques that I will apply when I am on property! I hope this helps you with your decision! Good luck and keep up the motivation to continue your education within the industry!! :)
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Re:NALP Certification 5 years 11 months ago #5706

If it helps, everyone I have spoken with who has taken this has throughly enjoyed and are glad they did. I got my CAM and thought the kinds of information gave me new insight into different topics I had no expertise in such as maintenance and technology. I highly recommend you dedicate yourself by going through the classes. Just my thoughts hope they help.

Re:NALP Certification 5 years 11 months ago #5707

Good luck BJ and Tonirae!!! If I can add another "assignment," please share your thoughts and experiences with all of us after you earn your designation. I hope this course will be beneficial and fun for you!

Re:NALP Certification 5 years 11 months ago #5709

Thank s for the insight Tonirae!!! I will have to wait until i get my taxes back before I can start!!! Keep me posted on how you are doing!!!

Re:NALP Certification 5 years 11 months ago #5711

Thank you to everyone who replied to my NALP post...I am really excited about starting and I will let you know how I do!!!

Re:NALP Certification 5 years 11 months ago #5713

BJ you can also apply for a grant which will pay half of the tuition and in many cases your company will pay the other half. Good luck!
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