Here at IREM, we not only educate professionals, we build a networking community.


To support the professional and personal development of our members, IREM Houston has established a blog. With local IREM members and staff contributing weekly, we hope to bring you relevant, engaging content. If you would like to contribute to our blog, please click here for more information. If there’s a particular topic you’d like to hear more about, please email us.

  • Industry Credential: A Professional’s Secret Weapon

    December 22, 2016

    The New Year marks a fresh starts; a time to set new goals and ambitions. What better time to start looking at one of the best investments a property manager could make in his/her career?

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  • 5 Resume Mistakes You’re Definitely Making

    December 12, 2016

    Resumes have been the stress point of many a job seeker since Leonardo Da Vinci submitted the first resume in 1481. Luckily we’ve come a long way in these last 535 years. If you’re looking to or have already started seeking a new job, take a look at our list of 5 mistakes that are often hiding out in your resume.

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  • 3 Tips on Asking for a Raise

    December 5, 2016

    It's the time of year when many people think about asking for a raise or bonus. If you're one of those people, here are 3 tips to help you approach this normally uncomfortable discussion with confidence!

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  • Associations as Legislative Ambassadors

    November 17, 2016

    As an individual, it’s important that your voice is heard as those changes are made. And while every voice matters, when it’s one among millions, it can be hard to get someone to listen. This is where an association comes in.

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  • Educating in the 21st Century

    November 8, 2016

    As an organization based heavily in providing continuing education for personal and professional development, we have to start asking ourselves what that looks like in a world that is 1) increasingly more digital, 2) blurring the lines between work and home life, and 3) diminishing the value of face-to-face interactions.

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