A Career in Property Management

Have you ever considered property management careers? Below are some great positions:

Property Manager

Property management companies hire property managers to handle all the details of their rental properties. From finding tenants for vacant properties to collecting rent from current tenants.  Property management careers can include handling immediate repairs, forecasting regular maintenance, dealing with complaints, and enforcing rules of occupancy.  Property management jobs involve visiting the rentals and dealing with the public. It involves making them a great fit for friendly people who don’t want to be stuck behind a desk.

Leasing Agent

Leasing agents act as a landlord for a property owner, handling all the business of leasing a property on the owner’s behalf.  They determine an appropriate market rate for the lease, advertise the property, and show it to prospective tenants.  Leasing agents run background checks on prospective tenants for rental referrals and financial stability.  Leasing agent jobs require flexible hours and travel between properties.  Leasing agent salaries vary with experience and have great potential for growth.

Maintenance Technician

Maintenance technicians are responsible for the day-to-day upkeep of a company’s properties, from the inside out.  This includes regular maintenance of the plumbing, heating, cooling, and ventilation systems.  Maintenance technician jobs also include regular upkeep such as painting, replacing light bulbs, and changing locks.  Maintenance technicians take care of any repair requests from tenants.  Maintenance technician salaries are based on experience.

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