Mary Anne Bowring, managing director of Ringley and a governor for the Institute of Residential Property Management (IRPM) predicts this figure will increase even further due to the hardening of the residential property market and growing number of properties with short leases.
What does IRPM stand for?
IRPM stands for Institute of Residential Property Management (est. 2002; London, England, UK)
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- Index to Religious Periodical Literature
- Infrared Payload (satellites)
- Institute on Religion and Public Life
- Integrated Requirements Priority List (USASOC)
- Interim Repair Parts List
- Immune-Related Potassium-Losing Interstitial Nephritis
- Iteratively Reweighted Partial Least Squares
- Individual Risk Premium Modification (insurance)
- Industrial Relations and Personal Management
- Installation Restoration Program Manager (US DoD)
- Integrated Reservoir and Production Management
- International Research-based Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association
- Institut de Recherche sur le Patrimoine Musicale en France (French)
- Information Resources Procurement and Management Review (US FEMA)
- Institutional Research and Planning Office
- Illinois Rental Property Owners Association (Round Lake Beach, IL)
- Institutional Research, Planning and Outcomes Assessment (New Mexico State University)
- Individual Repair Parts Ordering Data
- Impôt Sur Le Revenu des Personnes Physiques (French: personal income tax
- Indian River Power Plant (Delaware)
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The Institute of Residential Property Management (IRPM) has launched a series of exams for those working in the residential property management sector.
The Institute of Residential Property Management has been set up to serve the interests of individuals broadly associated with residential property management, including lawyers and accountants who work with property managers, to raise standards and provide opportunities for professional development.