Ordinary Memberships are open to persons managing real or heritable property in Scotland.
Ordinary Members must be:
Associates of Firms or Companies which are Property Manger Members of PMAS
A minimum of two years full-time experience as a property manager is expected of applicants.
No particular educational qualifications are expected but favourable consideration is given to holders of a professional qualification from either the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Institute of Residential Property Management or Chartered Institute of Housing.
– Our process is thorough but not excessive, this is to ensure that membership is the best for both you and PMAS.
– This process also ensures all members of the Association can be confident in the stability and standards of their fellow members.
– You will be asked a series of questions relating to the number of factored units you have, the number of years you have been in operation, Complaints records and other metrics.
– The firm has to be operating for two years prior to membership commencing. In addition to the firm being a member, one individual at least also has to be a member – this year £121.72 subscription. An individual cannot become a member prior to their firm joining.
Member cost is £121.72 plus VAT per annum
Property Manager (firm) cost is £182.57 plus VAT per annum, plus 14p per unit for units over 100.
This is a downwards sliding scale for firms with higher numbers of units managed, up to a capped 50,000 units.
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