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A property manager will deal with all the management aspects of a property, such as the maintenance, tenants and rental income. An estate agent deals with listing and selling the property on behalf of the property owner.
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No. But it might be necessary for you to become licensed, depending on where you are located. It's always recommended to find out if there are any specific licensing requirements before you apply to become a property manager.