Episode 3: Why You Should Just Go For It

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Published on August 8, 2018

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Susan Goulding was working as a realtor in California when a client asked her to manage the 2 properties she’d just sold him. Although she’d considered entering the property management industry before, she was the first to admit that she had no idea what she was doing—but her client’s confidence in her abilities motivated her to give it a try. 6 years later, Susan’s company, Crown Key Realty & Property Management, is responsible for 80 properties.

On this episode of The Property Manager Podcast, Susan shares how property management courses and organizations like NARPM helped her to jump-start her career. Listen now to hear Susan’s story first-hand, and to discover her best advice for property managers who are just getting started.

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