ASSISTANT PROPERTY MANAGER – HIGH RISE

  • Full Time
  • Day
  • Salary Guide: $17,000 - $25,000


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SPICEWOOD SPRINGS APARTMENTS

The Assistant Property Manager is second-in-command to the Property Manager and responsible for managing the overall day-to-day operations of the leas... Role: Property Manager, Category: Construction & Property:Estate Agency, Size: 20 TO 49

ASSISTANT PROPERTY MANAGER – HIGH RISE: SPICEWOOD SPRINGS APARTMENTS

The Assistant Property Manager is second-in-command to the Property Manager and responsible for managing the overall day-to-day operations of the leasing office. This position must be capable of providing strong leadership and coaching to the leasing staff, keep apprised of market trends and conditions, track leads, develop and maintain positive relationships with residents and co-workers, prepare leasing, eviction and other paperwork, and participate in the planning, and organizing of special projects and events.

Position: Assistant Property Manager – High Rise
Location: Day
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: $17,000 – $25,000
Last Updated: 26 April 2022
Job Category: Construction & Property:Estate Agency

Property Manager Role:

A Property Manager, or an Estate Manager, is an individual who manages the running of a real estate property, either by the owner of the property, or its investors. Duties include collecting rent on behalf of the owner, making payments such as taxes and other expenditures and supervising any staff hired by the real estate company.

Other Duties:

  • Setting and collecting rent and other fees from tenants
  • Carrying out property valuations
  • Managing the propertys finances, by keeping accurate records and paying all taxes and levies as necessary
  • Hiring and supervising any staff employed on the property
  • Maintaining the property and ensuring regular building upkeep, addressing tenant complaints, completing repairs, and contracting landscaping and snow removal companies
  • Handling building inspections for prospective tenants or buyers
  • Managing tenant screenings and evictions
  • Enforcing occupancy rules
  • Preparing regular property-status reports for relevant stakeholders
  • Advertising units and negotiating lease terms
  • Coordinating maintenance schedule with the Maintenance Coordinator



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