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New York: Broker’s License May Be Required For Property Managers
Property managers in New York may need to obtain a real estate broker's license if they are paid to perform the functions of a real estate broker for another based on the management of property in the state. Otherwise, they risk violating New York law, resulting in potential penalties and the foregoing of management fees. 
Read our full alert on this licensure requirement.


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