Certified Apartment Manager (CAM)

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The onsite manager is a vital link between apartment residents and the community owners and investors.

CAM Key Performance Indicators

  •     Occupancy Rates
  •     Closing Ratios
  •     Resident Satisfaction and Retention
  •     Apartment Turnover Management
  •     Service Request Fulfillment
  •     Energy Efficiencies
  •     Preventive Maintenance Management
  •     Development of Team Members
  •     Employee Retention
  •     Contractor and Vendor Management
  •     Revenue Management
  •     Income and Expense Control and Management of Cash Flow
  •     Budgeting and Monitoring Financial Performance to Achieve Owner's Investment Goals
  •     Net Operating Income

CAM Requirements 

CAM candidates must complete the following requirements to obtain the CAM designation:
  • A minimum of 12 months of onsite property management experience
  • Successfully completed CAM coursework (which total 56 ½ hours)
  • Meet all examination requirements within 12 months of declaring candidacy for CAM
Take this CAM Self-Assessment tool to see whether you are ready for CAM.

About the CAM Exam

The CAM exam is two parts with a total time of four hours.
Part One: 115 questions timed for two hours.
Part Two: 75 questions timed for two hours.

Maintaining Your CAM Designation

The CAM designation requires annual renewal. Submission of both annual CAM dues of $100 and documentation of six hours of continuing education credit should be submitted to NAA to complete the annual CAM renewal. Find online submission and renewal information at http://www.naahq.org/

For more information about the CAM Certified Apartment Manager program and training courses, contact Ashley Carrico Rogers.