Design of a Housing Management Information Center and Information Center Model
- January 1975 (210)
- February 7, 2012
The housing management industry -- made up of individual managers, management companies, government agencies on the local,regional,state and federal levels, as well as many other identifiable groups -- is still in the early stages of its development. The industry must experience growth in order that its personnel might more efficiently assist in efforts to preserve this Nation's resource of multifamily housing. This needed growth will come as a result of increasing the number of those qualified to manage, as well as upgrading the skills of those currently serving in management capacities in the numerous existing multifamily developments. This increase in manpower and the concurrent improvement of management practices will come about only by means of a concentrated effort on the part of many to develop high level training and education programs, to design and implement licensing procedures that will ensure standardized performance levels for newcomers to management posts and seasoned practitioners and through efforts to promote new research that will expand existing knowledge of management practices and procedures.
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