Public Announcements

2021 Dues

Oct. 18, 2020

We hope this finds you well!  As we all prepare for a successful 2021, we’re providing detailed membership and dues information that you need to know.

CPM enrollment fee

Starting in 2020, with the redesigned and the shift to a more linear process for our certification programs, we began a phased-in approach shifting the enrollment fee for the CPM program.  This was also in response to an unsteady retention rate for CPM candidates specifically in years one and two, and therefore a lack of growth in new CPMs.  Good news! So far in 2020, we’ve seen an uptick in new CPM candidates – even in spite of COVID.  We believe that this is due in large part to the streamlined process and fee structure.


The first phase implemented in 2020:

  • Beginning January 1, 2020, the CPM enrollment fee is $325 (vs. $160 in previous years) with no prorated HQ CPM candidate dues (vs. prorated HQ dues in previous years based on approval date)
  • HQ is still invoicing for 2020 prorated chapter dues, based on approval date
  • For those new CPM candidates who do not pay 2020 chapter dues, that amount will be rolled over into 2021 (as is our usual practice for new members)

The next phase will begin in 2021:

  • Beginning January 1, 2021, the CPM enrollment fee will increase to $425
  • $100 of that fee will be reimbursed to the chapter, and there will be no additional chapter dues for CPM candidates in their first year – this is guaranteed revenue for chapters, rather than waiting for these new CPM candidates to pay prorated dues during the year
  • In the CPM candidate’s second year, they will be billed for full, annual CPM candidate dues for HQ and the chapter
  • Your chapter dues ACH reports will reflect the $100 per new CPM candidate and your membership roster will reflect them as paid in full

  • This mirrors the Associate program – new Associates pay a fee to join and the chapter automatically receives a portion of that fee


2021        dues

Dues amounts

As the 2021 budget is currently proposed, there is no increase in membership dues – assuming Governing Council approval at its October 14, 2020, meeting. See attached 2021 dues and fees.


Invoicing/notification schedule

The following is a tentative schedule. Please note this is subject to change as we monitor dues payments.  Any updates will be provided to IAEs as part of our regular, ongoing communications.

  • October:  preparation and renewal process (i.e. updating records for 2021 billing)
  • November: first notice (mail and email)
  • December: second notice (mail and email)
  • January: third notice (email)
  • February: late fee is implemented ($20 for ARM/ACoM and $50 for CPM candidate/CPM:  fourth notice (mail and email)
  • March:  fifth notice (mail and email)
  • April, May, June: ongoing emails
  • July: member drop process begins for those with unpaid HQ and/or chapter dues



Good news!  For 2021 dues, members will be able to sign up for auto-billing – six months of equal payments charged to their credit card from January through July.  Although we can still include pre-paid chapter meeting fees on invoices, this fee cannot roll into the auto-billing.  We are still working out all the details for this new member service, so stay tuned for more information.

As usual, members will still have the option to pay incrementally and to download their invoice at any time on our website by logging into


Membership forecasts

We are forecasting a decrease in total U.S. membership in 2020 and 2021, as noted in this chart.  We looked at historical trending data over the past 15 years to inform our projection below.  You may want to take the same approach when planning for 2021. 











% change








The following chart also shows our projections for new members. Remember that in order to be approved as a CPM, the CPM candidate’s HQ and chapter dues must be paid in full – so no CPM dues are owed in the year of CPM approval.







CPM approvals





Candidate approvals





ARM approvals





ACoM approvals





Associate (new)





Student (new)





Academic (new)





Click this link for a printable chart of dues. 

October Live Webinars

Sep. 22, 2020

Mark your calendars!

New Live Webinars

Giving and Receiving Feedback

Presented by:
Anne Loehr

October 1, 2020


This session focuses on concrete steps employees can take to provide feedback that is constructive and effective.


Save your seat


Introduction to Microsoft Excel VLOOKUP

Moderated by:
David H. Ringstrom

October 8, 2020


Introduce yourself to several lookup functions, including VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, MATCH, and CHOOSE. These powerful Excel functions allow you to rapidly develop accurate spreadsheets and look up information.


Save your seat

A Property Manager's Impact on Determining Property Value

Presented by:
Pedro Vermales, MBA, CPM®, COS, FHS

October 20, 2020


We're unpacking two of real estate's most common methods of finding value: the comparison grid analysis and the capitalization rate. Join to understand the true impact a property manager can have on a property's value!


Save your seat

The Power of the Unspoken Word

Presented by:
Maria Pietroforte, CPM®

October 21, 2020


Quite often, it's what you don't say that really matters. More than half of what we communicate is with unspoken words - like posture and facial expressions. Join this informative session to learn how to use these unspoken signs to your advantage.


Save your seat

EQ Over IQ: Emotional Intelligence is the Game Changer

Presented by:
Dr. Debbie Phillips, CPM®

October 22, 2020


Mood matters in the workplace. Join us for an engaging webinar that discusses proven techniques that increase emotional intelligence and impacts the organization in powerful ways.


Save your seat

How to Build Confidence in Your Property During Uncertain Times

Presented by:
Andrea Upwood

October 27, 2020



Put confidence back in your property. This webinar explores the psychological effects of COVID-19 on tenants, the importance of investing in a healthy building, and using PropTech solutions to build trust while meeting property benchmarks.


Save your seat

HVAC Made Simple - Answers to the Questions You Were Afraid to Ask

Presented by:
Jeff Lapin, CPM®

October 29, 2020


Learn more about how building systems operate in this new webinar. Join in for a non-technical discussion and find out what causes common repair issues in these important systems.


Save your seat


Sneak Peak... November Webinars

November 4


Pro-Tips: Winter Landscaping Preparation for a Thriving Spring

November 5


Starting a Property Management Company: Getting Your Finances in Order

November 10


Building a Best-in-Class Management Business


November 11


Netweaving vs. Networking



November 19


Building Interactive Excel Forms and Spreadsheets


View all webinars▸

NEED TO KNOW: Property Management and COVID-19

Sep. 14, 2020


September 11, 2020 updates

Call to Action on CDC Executive Order

Last week, the Trump administration announced that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an Order under Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act to halt residential evictions through December 31. Without a robust emergency rental assistance program, this moratorium will ultimately harm the very people it aims to help as it will be impossible for housing providers, to meet their financial obligations and continue to provide shelter to their residents.

In response to this announcement, IREM issued a Call to Action asking for rental assistance for property owners and managers. Members are encouraged to participate in this important initiative.

The order will halt residential evictions if the tenant provides the landlord with an eligibility criteria document indicating their inability to pay full rent among other criteria. This document explains the criteria and can be used by your companies to track eviction holds.

Download the eligibility criteria document.

The order, issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is effective immediately. In response, IREM joined NAR in a statement urging immediate Congressional action on rental assistance. Further, IREM signed onto a letter with our coalition partners, which include NAR, NAA, NMHC, NAHB, Mortgage Bankers Association, and many others.


Meeting with your legislators

While COVID-19 has made in-person visits more difficult, connecting and meeting with your local, state, or federal representatives is more important than ever. Although most members will be unable to conduct face-to-face meetings, you can still connect virtually with your elected officials to discuss issues important to the real estate management industry.

Members are strongly encouraged to go to the IREM Advocacy Meet with Legislators webpage to learn about:

  • Why it’s important to meet with elected officials now
  • How to schedule a meeting (via virtual or in-person)
  • How to prepare for a virtual or in-person meeting

The IREM team has also developed leave behind materials to educate the legislator and their staff on issues important to the real estate management industry, like COVID relief, 1031’s and the National Flood Insurance Program.

Please email us at [email protected] once you have scheduled a meeting or if you have any questions.


IREM Community Room

Don’t miss the new conversations happening in the IREM Community Room! Join to meet and connect with fellow real estate management professionals, ask questions, and share your best practices – whether specific to COVID-19 or other business challenges – with your peers from around the world. Sign up today to join in on the following conversations:

Free on-demand courses and webinars

The following courses are available to enroll in for free for a limited time. Take this opportunity for yourself and your teams to learn some new skills and stay on top of trending topics.

Recordings of IREM webinars on preparing for and reopening in COVID are also accessible for free on IREM’s COVID-19 resources page.

Additional Resources

Don't forget to check out IREM's COVID-19 resources page for ongoing updates related to COVID-19. Listen to some of our most popular From the Front Lines episodes, like the CARES Act, HVAC Operations, and Touchless Access Systems; or stay up to date on happenings around the industry with resources and webinar recordings from IREM, our industry partners, and other industry organizations.





Aug. 26, 2020


      Please use last year's Dues and Fees Info for budgeting purposes.  CLICK HERE

      Some of you are well underway with your 2021 Budgets. Our IREM Dues and Fees have not been finalized.





Annual Chapter Dues

will be billed and paid to

IREM in Chicago.

ARM's, ACoM's, CPM Candidates, CPM's

Rate is $335.




Virtual Auction – benefitting the IREM Foundation – Seeking item donations

Aug. 17, 2020

Virtual Auction – benefitting the IREM Foundation – Seeking item donations

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The IREM Foundation is seeking donations of goods or services for our upcoming virtual auction.


Proceeds from the auction will support the efforts of the Foundation that benefit us all – including scholarships and diversity initiatives. We need your help!


There’s no need to purchase anything – we are seeking items that you  may be able to donate to the auction that could bring in valuable dollars to support our programs.


Do you have access to vouchers for regional or national hotel stays, or restaurant certificates?


Email [email protected] with questions or ideas.


Jul. 28, 2020

Summer Savings / Scholarship Opportunities / VIRTUAL Meetings / Interactive Asset Track scheduled for July 20- 24

Jul. 13, 2020

IREM Georgia Connection Communications
Click on the links, like and share IREM updates through your social media outlets.
#iremgeorgia #iremforward #realestate #careers
2020 Summer Savings Week starts Monday
Enjoy big savings on #IREM courses, books, and webinars during our Summer Savings Week, July 13-17. Take 20% off (on top of member prices) with the code SUMMER2020. 
Not a member? Take advantage of our special to join as an Associate member for just $55.
2020 IREM Georgia sponsored Revised Courses - CLICK HERE
Join us as Dr. Debbie shares a hearty dose of essential vitamins for personal success. You can’t give to others what you don’t have yourself. As we navigate these turbulent times, we must focus on the quality of our relationships.
It all starts with self-care. Nurture your mind with great thoughts, for you will never go any higher than you think. Mental clarity produces courage. Courageous leaders find ways to inspire teams and overcome obstacles. In less than an hour, you will equip yourself with “multi vites” that ignite action, strengthen your mental muscle and give you the extra gusto to charge ahead.
Nourish Yourself And Your Teams! ZOOMINAR - Dr. Debbie Phillips, CPM With The Quadrillion!
July 14, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
September 9th
Time and Location TBD.
Speakers representing all real estate sectors that continue to "Rock the World"
Please check out upcoming Courses sponsored by IREM GA (click on the title for additional details, pricing and to register) in case you want to make plans to attend or want to share with other professionals.   
July 20 - 24 Course
VIRTUAL INTERACTIVE COURSE: ASMTRK Asset Management Track (ASM603, ASM604, ASM605) Three different courses offered in five days. The Asset Management Track is comprised of skill-based courses that, when taken in sequence, progressively build your knowledge of financing and valuation of real estate assets. You’ll work hands-on to explore various models of financial analysis in three applications-based courses designed to help you capitalize on your real estate assets.
Approved for 30 CE Credits through the Georgia Real Estate Commission. Log in to - REMEMBER TO TYPE IN ATLANTA GA AS THE LOCATION.  Instructor: John Warthman, CPM.
Recruiting, selecting, managing, and evaluating a property management team can be a challenge for even the most experienced leader. Lucky for you, this course will walk you through a day-in-the-life experience helping you to better understand your leadership strengths and areas for development so that you can maximize the productivity of your greatest asset – your team. Approved for 12 CE Credits through the Georgia Real Estate Commission.  Meets requirements for the ARM and the CPM. lOG IN TO IREM.ORG - REMEMBER TO TYPE IN ATLANTA GA AS THE LOCATION.  Instructor Dr. Debbie Phillips.
Complete this course to learn how to position your rental property to succeed in your market. Discover what’s unique about marketing multifamily properties, learn what it takes maximize the value of the property, meet owner’s goals, and more effectively attract and retain tenants.
Approved for 12 CE Credits through the Georgia Real Estate Commission. Meets requirements for the ARM, ACoM, and the CPM. lOG IN TO IREM.ORG / REMEMBER TO TYPE IN ATLANTA GA AS THE LOCATION. Instructor Dr. Debbie Phillips.
COVID Resources & VIDEOS: 
What is Real Estate Management? CLICK HERE
Career Development Resources - CLICK HERE
We lean heavily on our Industry Partners for resources for real estate management professionals, especially in times like these.
We reached out to our partners for information, tips and resources for our members specifically related to the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We encourage you to reach out to our Industry Partners directly as well. They continually prove to be an invaluable resource for our members and true partners to our organization.
Check out our Industry Partners - CLICK HERE
Meet IREM Georgia's Partner, John Rebol with Higginbotham HR Services!
Insurance , Human Resources, Employee Benefits, Payroll - John loves helping people!
Click on his photo below and get to know about John with Higginbotham
IREM stands with our members, partners, employees, and communities as we all work to understand and overcome racial injustice. As an organization, we draw strength from our diversity. To stand together, we must stand up for one another.

IREM Georgia Meeting - Installations, Partners and the Program!

Jun. 27, 2020

Click on the picture to watch the presentation !




Reminder: Ask Congress for Relief for Renters & Housing Providers from COVID-19

Apr. 22, 2020


We hope that you and your family members are staying safe and healthy. As you know, much of the world has been turned upside down – including many of us in the real estate property management industry.

Congress recently enacted the “Coronavirus Aid, and Economic Security Act” (CARES Act), the largest relief package in our country’s history. Prior to its passage, IREM members sent thousands of messages to members of Congress voicing our concerns. Thanks to your efforts, the industry was able to secure several provisions aiding property managers and their residents affected by COVID-19. However, additional relief measures are needed to address remaining concerns.

  • Creating an emergency rental assistance program for those who are impacted by the pandemic
  • Further guidance on the CARES Act eviction moratorium to safeguard owners’ ability to manage their properties
  • Increased access to mortgage forbearance and ensuring fairness and flexibility
  • Provide financial assistance for property-level financial obligations such as property taxes or insurance payments and extend credit to multifamily mortgage servicers
  • Expand the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program to include all multifamily businesses

Contact your Members of Congress

IREM is undertaking this effort as part of a broad coalition of real estate providers representing the entire industry. If all of us make our voices heard, we can secure the relief that is desperately needed. For more information, visit the IREM coronavirus resource center.

Thank you for your hard work and dedication! It is because of you that our advocacy efforts are successful.


Small Business Administration Covid-19 Assistance

Apr. 16, 2020

Below are documents from the U.S. Small Business Administration and Internal Revenue Service that can be downloaded as pdf files. These can be used in the future to apply for government assistance and complete required IRS documents. Please consult with your legal and tax advisors.  There’s also a link to an informative PowerPoint presentation from the SBA.

  1. U.S. Small Business Administration: DISASTER BUSINESS LOAN APPLICATION
  2. Disaster Request for Transcript of Tax Return: Form 4506-T
  3. Instructions for Completing the IRS Tax Authorization Form 4506 – T
  5. Schedule of Liabilities (Notes, Mortgages and Accounts Payables)

  7. U.S. Small Business Administration: PowerPoint Presentation Economic Injury Disaster Loans Coronavirus

Make Working From Home Work for Everyone

Apr. 9, 2020

Make Working From Home Work for Everyone


This week finds many of us still settling into our new work-from-home environment. Trying to stay focused with all that is going on in our lives today is not an easy thing to do.


And as much as we know remote work can be fraught with challenges, we want to remind you that HBR will continue to publish articles to help you deal with working remotely and make sense of leading and working through this difficult time. One article in particular, That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief, has struck a chord, becoming one of the most-read stories ever on All of our coverage can be found on this dedicated page.


Here are a few key resources you may find useful to help you stay focused, identify the right work that needs to get done, improve team productivity, and more:


  • HBR Guide to Getting the Right Work Done Ebook + Tools
    Is your workload slowing you down? Being productive is not about putting in more hours — it’s about prioritizing, planning, and executing the most impactful work. But picking the right projects and staying on task and motivated can be overwhelming, especially now. Our Guide equips you with actionable strategies, templates, and recommendations to identify the right work, focus your efforts, and maintain your commitment.
  • Focus (HBR Emotional Intelligence Series)
    The importance of achieving focus goes well beyond your own productivity. Deep focus allows you to lead others successfully, find clarity amid uncertainty, and heighten your sense of professional fulfillment. Yet the forces that challenge sustained focus when working remotely, range from dinging phones to barking dogs to life’s everyday worries. This book explains how to strengthen your ability to focus, manage your team's attention, and break the cycle of distraction.
  • What’s Your Problem?: To Solve Your Toughest Problems, Change the Problems You Solve
    Are you solving the right problems? Have you or your colleagues worked hard on something, only to find out you were focusing on the wrong problem entirely? Most people have. In a survey, 85 percent of companies said they often struggle to solve the right problems. Using real-world stories and unforgettable examples author Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg offers a simple, three-step method — Frame, Reframe, Move Forward — that anyone can use to start solving the right problems. 
  • HBR Guide to Making Better Decisions Ebook + Tools
    You make decisions every day — from prioritizing your to-do list to choosing which long-term projects to pursue. But most decisions don’t have a clear-cut answer and assessing the alternatives and the risks involved can be overwhelming. You need a smarter approach to making the best choice possible.  
  • Teams at Work: Make Time for the Work That Matters (with PowerPoint)
    What if you could free up as much as 20% of your workday to focus on the responsibilities that really matter? It sounds like a pipe dream, but research has proven that it’s possible. This out-of-the-box solution will quickly get you and your team focusing on the work that matters.
  • Improving Productivity: A Harvard ManageMentor Curated Collection
    Improving productivity is more than just a matter of working faster; it’s about accomplishing more with limited resources. This hands-on online course pack includes tips, tools, and tactical advice on four essential management topics to help you get the most out of your time and your team.
  • HBR Guide to Work-Life Balance
    Stop running on empty. Every day you juggle the many components that fill your life. Between work and family commitments, and managing your physical and mental health, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and that you’re letting someone down or neglecting some aspect of your life. But you can find ways to honor your commitments without collapsing. 
  • Parents Who Lead: The Leadership Approach You Need to Parent with Purpose, Fuel Your Career, and Create a Richer Life
    Parents in today’s fast-paced, disorienting world can easily lose track of who they are and what really matters most. But it doesn’t have to be this way. As a parent, you can harness the powerful science of leadership in order to thrive in all aspects of your life. 
  • 5 Years of Must Reads from HBR: 2020 Edition (5 Books)
    Five years’ worth of management wisdom, all in one place. Get the latest, most significant thinking from the pages of Harvard Business Review.


Explore our store for more books, case studies, collections, and tools to help you succeed. ►


Mar. 14, 2020


J. Wallace Paletou Award Nomination Due

The J. Wallace Paletou Award is presented to an individual who has made significant contributions to the real estate management industry or contributed to the betterment of society as a whole through the role of a real estate manager.

Louise L. and Y.T. Lum Award Nomination Due

The Louise L. and Y. T. Lum Award recognizes individuals who are actively engaged in real estate management and have made distinguished contributions to the profession through education, publication or the advancement of ethical and professional standards.

Lloyd D. Hanford Sr. Distinguished Instructor Award

The Lloyd D. Hanford Sr. Distinguished Instructor Award is conferred to an IREM Instructor who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to the advancement of professional education in the real estate management industry. Nominees must be currently active IREM Instructor.



Real Estate Management Excellence Awards nominations due for Individuals, ARM®

Real Estate Management Excellence Awards nominations due for Individuals, ACoM®

Real Estate Management Excellence Awards nominations due for Individuals, CPM®

Real Estate Management Excellence Awards nominations due for Individuals, Professional Achievement


REME Corporate Awards - Employee and leadership development,

Recognizes innovative programs related to technology, customer service, sustainability, or marketing that are transformational for the company as a whole, a team, or a program. 


REME Corporate Awards - Corporate innovation,

Recognizes innovative programs related to technology, customer service, sustainability, or marketing that are transformational for the company as a whole, a team, or a program. 


REME Corporate Awards - Corporate and social responsibility

Recognizes innovative programs related to technology, customer service, sustainability, or marketing that are transformational for the company as a whole, a team, or a program. 


REME Corporate Awards - AMO of the year

Recognizes innovative programs related to technology, customer service, sustainability, or marketing that are transformational for the company as a whole, a team, or a program. 

IREM® statement on Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

Feb. 28, 2020

IREM® statement on Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

IREM acknowledges that property managers around the world are concerned about the health and well-being of their tenants and residents, as well as operational and business implications, related to the spread of the Coronavirus. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are monitoring the situation in real-time, and while much is still unknown about how the virus spreads, both organizations have issued guidance for preventing exposure to respiratory illnesses, as well as planning considerations for places of business.

It is IREM’s position that these organizations are the best resources for up-to-date, science-based information about the Coronavirus disease. We’ve shared links to some of this information below. IREM is being proactive in reaching out to both the WHO and the CDC to ask them to issue specific guidance for real estate managers to prepare for and respond to an instance of COVID-19 should it occur at one of their properties, as they have done for other industries serving concentrated populations such as airlines and cruise ships. In the meantime, please consider the following general best practices:

  • Prepare a continuity plan for your business if you don’t already have one in place, and make sure your employees have reviewed and understand the plan.
  • Thoroughly review all your leases to make sure they address potential business disruptions in a pandemic.
  • Keep your working environment healthy by establishing hygiene protocols such as providing easily accessible hand sanitizers, ensuring adequate air circulation and encouraging the use of sick leave as necessary.
  • Provide information to residents and tenants about the common sense actions they can take to prevent the spread of infection (IREM has prepared these customizable templates property managers can use to post at their properties.)

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) resources:


If a property manager becomes aware of a tenant or resident with a confirmed case of COVID-19, they should contact the WHO, CDC, or local health department. Questions from tenants, residents, or the media should also be directed to the local health department or CDC resources. We encourage everyone to regularly check these resources for the latest information. While this is an evolving situation and concern is reasonable, we can all take an active role in preventing the spread of infection by following the expert guidance from these organizations.



IREM GA Volunteer Info for 2020. Get Connected!

Jan. 16, 2020





You are invited To Become

A Part Of Something Great!

Volunteer to Serve on an IREM GA Committee Today


Kevin Owens is looking for an Amazing Team to Serve on

IREM GA's Committees

Nov 2019 - Nov 2020




Incoming President

Kevin Owens, CPM®




IREM GA has been recognized for having such a strong Leadership and Succession plan in place for grooming officers to become the President. The GA Chapter promotes volunteering to be a committee person to the entire chapter.



Serving on a committee, then becoming a committee chair - begins the process for becoming an officer one day. We have several active committees and becoming a chairperson for one of them is a big responsibility and a great opportunity

to get the most out of your membership.


Seven Committees

Looking for Volunteers!

Find a topic you are "On Fire" with Passion for!





Industry Partners Committee

Cultivating and Establishing:


Value, relationship, bottom line savings








Membership Committee

Passionate about IREM GA and what it can do for you? Do you want to share and encourage others to get the most from getting involved?







Income and Expense Committee

Exclusively offered by IREM ® , Income/Expense Analysis ® Reports provide precise and current real estate market data so you can benchmark, forecast, and compare your properties to the competition. Encourage Promotions!







Promotions and Public Relations Committee

Let's get Social and watch IREM GA Grow!







Program Committee

Set the Stage. Make Your mark with relevant Speakers and Events!







Education Committee

Help others take their skills to the next level with IREM's advanced professional development program!







IREM Young Professionals

Leading the "Next Gen" to be just as Fabulous as you are!!








Sign up Now!

Be A Part of History!









Jan. 14, 2020


     What is IREM ? CLICK HERE


     What is Real Estate Management?  CLICK HERE


     Career Development Resources - CLICK HERE




Your Referrals Matter!

Jul. 16, 2019

Your Referrals Matter!  Click here to watch this amazing video for some great reminders of WHY IREM? 

Your Membership. Your Benefits.

Tools, resources and discounts for all member types and career stages. Members receive complimentary or discounted prices on all programs and services.


Career Success


Career Planning

Impact the Industry

Public Awareness

Professional Recognition

Industry Partner Openings and Invitation Information with IREM Georgia

May. 22, 2019









Review Openings (above) – other categories can absolutely be considered

Refer your recommendation to Deborah and an invitation will be sent out  on your behalf

You can send out an invitation including the “Overview of Benefits for an Partner” 




Incentive for our New Partners:  they will earn 50K IREM GA Bucks if they apply before May 31st  and we will waive the $250 admin fee.  They can also participate in the Annual Tradeshow on June 24th – and will save an additional $200.