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What’s involved in managing a property?
When it comes to hiring a Property Manager, the employers we partner with generally look for specific experience, skills, and traits. Once working, there are many responsibilities and expectations that will need to be met.
This blog will explain what a Property Manager does from the perspective of one of Florida’s leading staffing agencies. We hope you find this information insightful. Enjoy!
The ideal Property Manager must have experience in all aspects of property operation with an emphasis on marketing, rent collection, budgeting and staff development. They must have prior supervisory experience and full knowledge of property management including, but not limited to, Fair Housing Laws and regulations, building and grounds maintenance, resident relations, leasing, rent collections, eviction procedures, accounting principles and the use of accounting software and property safety.
There are many skills that a Property Manager should have in order to be successful. It is beneficial to be proficient with a number of software programs, including Word, Excel, Yardi and OneSite. It is important to have a strong understanding of the bottom line and comprehension of how to balance income and expenses to get the best overall results for the asset.
Those individuals who are looking for a career as a Property Manager should possess excellent leadership abilities and be able to lead a strong team to success. They should be polished, professional, career-minded, experienced, self-motivated and dependable. Being bilingual, fluent in English and Spanish is a huge plus!
Our client companies are seeking employees who take ownership and pride in their properties to make them run as efficiently as possible.
Responsibilities & Expectations
Once hired, the Property Manager will work with a seasoned team of property management professionals and will be responsible for the day to day operations of the property site from tenant relations to improvement projects.
Property Managers will manage vendors and service contracts end to end from negotiation to execution. They will also ensure vendor performance and contract compliance within budgetary confines, and be the primary liaison for all matters association the property.
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