Alaska

Rent, lease, and manage residential and commercial rental properties in Alaska with these easy-to-use template forms for landlords and property managers.


To manage rental property in Alaska, you must have a real estate broker's license if your duties involve renting, leasing, listing or collecting rent on rental units. Residential managers who live in the complex that they manage are exempt from the licensing requirement.

In order to keep your license current, you must also complete the required number of classroom or correspondence course hours in the requisite courses, including licensing, contracts, customer service, property disclosures and inspections, risk management, and real estate law.
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