It’s very interesting to see how much the dynamic in an office of an apartment building can change by simply going across town. My first property was in the outskirts of St. Paul and this one is in Maplewood and from the unique residents to the traffic is just a night and day difference. At this property less people show up for showings, there is more criminal activity and the whole feel is different. I definitely liked switching properties during my internship because it gave me a unique perspective of both property sites.
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What is Cooperative Education?
A portion of your Real Estate Property Management coursework includes Cooperative Education. These intern positions apply your classroom knowledge in a professional work setting, where you’ll gain confidence in your skills and abilities. You’ll build a stronger resume with the work experience employers need and may have a position in place before graduating.
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