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Property Manager / Assistant Property Manager


Join a small firm to manage Single-Family Rental Houses


Enjoy Flexible Hours and your own Private Office in a positive environment


Primary Responsibilities



  • Manage a portfolio of single family houses for small group of owners

  • Pay Bills, record rents, Security deposit accounting, Owners Reports & Payments

  • Vendor management and work order response

  • Conduct move-ins and move-out inspections

  • Resolve resident complaints

  • Prepare Leases, Pet Addendums

  • Screen, qualify and acceptance of applicants

  • Profit and Loss Reports

  • Reports in Excel and Word


Qualifications:



  • At least 1-year Property management experience, single-family or multifamily

  • Positive Attitude

  • Some bookkeeping experience, ideally in rental or real estate industry


 


Company Description

Small Company of hard working positive entrepreneurs. Enjoy working in quality office environment with easy access from home too.


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Summary:


​​Immediate position available for large property management company expanding into Tracy/Brentwood/Antioch/Discovery Bay/Oakley areas including Tri-Valley. Property Manager will assist in daily operations of business which include:



  • Showing Homes

  • Inspections (move-in/move-outs)

  • Answering Phones

  • Working with the general public.

  • Taking applications

  • Making deposits


 


Requirements:



  • Must have a real estate license. Please do not apply if you do not have a current license in the State of CA.

  • Minimum of 2 years property management/real estate experience is preferred (can include a combination of leasing, assistant manager, and/or manager experience).

  • Ability to use a computer and has working knowledge of GMAIL, Microsoft Word, Excel, Yardi/or other types of on-site accounting software. Duties are managed by an iPad application, so must be able to operate an iPad.

  • Ability to use general office equipment, such as telephone, fax machine, printer, copier.

  • Must be on time and have excellent time management skills.

  • Must be able to work independently.

  • Drivers license, insurance and vehicle a must. Reliable transportation and clean driving record also required.


Compensation:


Negotiable based upon past experience and whether applicant has a real estate license.


Company Description

Liberty Property Management, is one of the largest privately owned property management companies in the nation. Managing over 3,000 properties, we are looking for driven individuals who are motivated to share in our drive for excellence.

Liberty Property Management also encourages and supports continuing education for office staff, whether it's through NARPM (National Association of Residential Property Managers) or with IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management), among others.

Our HOA department services over 35+ Home Owner Associations which provide services to homeowners within their community.


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The Property Manager oversees the operation of the community. You are responsible for achieving the financial and compliance goals established for the community and for meeting other established operational goals. The Manager supervises all associates assigned to the community and works under the direct supervision of the Regional Manager.


Responsibilities (Including, But Not Limited To):



  • Develop short and long-term marketing plans to achieve and sustain occupancy goals.

  • Formulate and manage the operational and capital budget for the communities, track and report on the financial performance of the communities, and implement strategies for enhancing the value of the assets.

  • Oversee compliance with local, state, and federal laws pertaining to the industry, employment, and resident/tenant relations.

  • Recruit, hire, train, and manage the performance of the associates, and take appropriate actions to ensure achievement of performance goals.


Required Knowledge, Skills and Expertise:



  • Proven industry experience in managing a community.

  • Thorough understanding of budgeting and ability to read and interpret financial statements and spreadsheets.

  • Experience in conducting market outreach tasks and in developing marketing plans.

  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.

  • Experience in managing a small group of people, and in practicing effective performance management techniques.

  • Thorough understanding of the apartment industry, and an understanding of maintenance and service.

  • Excellent customer service skills in interacting with a diverse group of people.

  • Knowledge and fluency with Real Page Products (Onesite) and other computer software applications.


Company Benefits:
An exceptional benefits package which includes:



  • Medical

  • Dental

  • Vision

  • Paid holidays

  • Vacation/Personal Leave

  • 401K

  • Life insurance

  • Long term disability

  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

  • Bonuses and Incentives

  • and more...


 


 


Pre-employment requirements:



  • Drug Test

  • Candidate Background Check


 


 



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Aperto Property Management is seeking a Regional Manager for the East Bay Area in California and surrounding region. If you are a self-starter with strong leadership skills who enjoys training, mentoring and working with people; this is the position for you. In this role, you will assist in the development and monitoring of company policies and procedures related to property management; responsible for recruitment, training, development, and supervision of Property Managers, and shares responsibility for maintaining the physical asset and performance of assigned properties. The Regional Manager will interface and maintain relations with clients and agencies, as well as oversee compliance operations and training, mentoring and supervisor our Community Managers and site associates. We are seeking candidates with strong leadership skills who have a successful history of managing multi-layered affordable housing.


Some of the Regional Manager’s duties and responsibilities are:



  • Overall accountability for the operational and financial performance of a portfolio of affordable housing communities

  • Responsibility for ensuring regulatory compliance and have a thorough understanding of the LIHTC and HUD programs

  • Maintain rent limits and utility allowances; coordinate annual rent adjustments within the portfolio

  • Attend audits and inspections; prepare timely responses and ensure monthly, quarterly and annual reporting is timely and accurate

  • Maintain active, positive working relationships with regulatory agencies and financial stakeholders

  • Establish and monitor budgets and ensure financial and operational efficiency of the assigned communities

  • Plan and oversee capital improvement programs

  • Conduct routine site inspections to ensure communities are within the company standards and performing according to plan

  • Participate in development of company policy and procedure, employee development and regional training programs

  • Works with Community Managers, Regional Vice-Presidents and Human Resources to address staffing needs and employee relations; participates in hiring process for operations staff as appropriate.

  • Demonstrated ability to lead, build consensus, establish confidence, communicate effectively and contribute to a positive work culture


Education, Experience and Qualifications:



  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Regional Manager

  • Carry at least one national affordable housing designation (HCCP, COS, SHCM, NCP)

  • Clear grasp of federal fair housing laws and any applicable local housing provisions

  • Intermediate skill with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel and Outlook)

  • Working knowledge of Yardi and One Site management programs

  • Strong and effective verbal and written communication skills are required

  • English language proficiency; speak, read and write

  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines

  • Excellent problem solving, listening and reasoning skills

  • Self-starter with the ability to organize time efficiently and prioritize tasks

  • Experience with vendors and contractors

  • Experience and ability to write and interpret financials, budgets, reports and correspondence

  • Ability to work in a team environment

  • Must have reliable transportation to and from work and regular site visits


This is a great opportunity to join a rapidly growing, progressive organization and take charge of your career.


“Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.”


 


Company Description

Aperto Property Management is a full-service, fee-based apartment management company for conventional and affordable multi-housing communities. At APM, our mission is to simply be the best apartment management company in the United States and to provide quality management, professional service, and superior operating results to our clients and residents.

APM's full-scale property management platform provides a complete and comprehensive leasing and management service for acquisition rehabs, stabilized assets and new property lease ups. We pride ourselves in providing unmatched service.

We provide a workplace where our associates are empowered to take initiative, and there is a distinct culture of learning and development.

Aperto Property Management offers a full benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. We also offer long term disability, generous paid time off, 401K (with match), and more.

Aperto Property Management is an equal opportunity employer.


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Summary:


Established Property Management Company looking for energetic licensed real estate professional that can lead company sales efforts in establishing and on boarding new clients. Business Development Executive needs to be ambitious, hardworking and bring with them a positive and professional attitude. Should have minimum 2 years of Property Management experience. They will be working closely with the company Broker to create and support sales initiatives that target the company’s goals. The ideal candidate will be highly driven and focused with a proven background in business development and lead generation. Our environment is highly supportive and team focused. You’re given the proper tools, and encouraged to excel.


Responsibilities:



  • Develop, implement marketing and sales strategies to ensure yearly sales goals are achieved

  • Strong communication and time management skills

  • Ambitious, results-oriented individual with entrepreneurial drive

  • Friendly, personable and comfortable with sales

  • Effectively manage a pipeline with multiple prospects

  • Proactively work with clients to ensure deals flow smoothly from start to finish

  • Analyze geographic sub-markets and develop a plan for locating and contacting new clients

  • Lead generate and cultivate new qualified sales prospects

  • Collaborate with the President to develop strategies for territory expansion


Specifications:



  • Effectively read, write and speak fluent English. Spanish a plus


  • Have 2 years or more sales experience in Property Management  

  • Maintain active Florida real estate salesperson or broker’s license.

  • Member of Greater Tampa Association of Realtors or Equivalent

  • Have access and knowledge of operations of computers, fax machines, cell phones, scanners, digital cameras.

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.

  • Maintain an active Florida driver’s license.

  • Have access to a vehicle for reliable transportation with insurance

  • Basic knowledge of arithmetic, accounting and economics.

  • Previous sales and marketing skills preferred

  • Bachelor Degree or equivalent experience preferred


 


Working Conditions: May work from home office. Some Traveling


Company Description

Our Mission is to provide a high level of personal service to each client and customer through a wide array of specialized property services along with providing the necessary education, training and environment to all employees in enriching and enhancing their careers.


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We are seeking an experienced candidate for our growing team!  We need to fill the following positions:


Property Manager, 74 Unit Complex


Leasing Specialist, 280 Unit Complex (Bilingual encouraged to apply)


Responsibilities:



  • Lease apartment units

  • Increase Occupancy

  • Keep delinquency to a minimum

  • Inspect apartments to assure that they are move-in ready

  • Answer incoming calls and reply to emails

  • Enter guest cards and input daily traffic

  • Provide tours of the property and units available

  • Run credit and background checks

  • Ensure all work order and repair requests are processed in a timely fashion

  • Daily office duties

  • Provide Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Reports

  • Enforce property rules and regulations

  • Oversee day to day operations of the property


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in property management

  • Familiarity with leases

  • Ability to attract new tenants 

  • Ability to build rapport with tenants and resolve tenant complaints

  • All aspects of move-in's and move-out's

  • Demonstrated ability to increase occupancy

  • Ability to multitask and prioritize

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Knowledge of Marketing via social media

  • Must have a smartphone with unlimited data

  • Appfolio experience a plus

  • Bilingual a plus


In this position, you would be responsible for providing prospects and tenants with great customer service. We are looking for a team player with an outgoing and positive attitude. Must be available to work some Saturdays including the first Saturday of the month during rent week and have reliable transportation. (Leasing position will work most Saturdays and take off a day during the week. Saturday hours are 10am - 4pm)


 


 


Company Description

We are a small but rapidly growing Real Estate Company based in Richland Hills, TX with over 3000 units under our management in Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Alabama. We are looking for candidates that are personable, energetic, and self-motivated to join our team.


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Position: Assistant Property Manager


Location: Hamilton, MT


Status: Full Time, Hourly (Non-OT exempt)


Immediate opening for a Full Time (40 hrs/week) Assistant Manager for affordable multifamily Apartments. The successful candidate must demonstrate skills in customer service, marketing, including social media, administration and solid people skills. Other duties as assigned.This position will work closely with Property Manager to facilitate the operations of assigned properties.  LIHTC experience is required. 



  • Property reputation management and satisfaction ratings

  • Managing waitlists, showings, applications, resident interviews, agreements, pre-inspections, regulation compliance, move-ins, resident relations, service requests, vacancies, and renewals

  • Rent collection, reporting, compliance and eviction processes

  • Vendor, legal/professional counsel and utility management

  • Updating marketing materials

  • Other duties as assigned


Required Skills and Experience: To be considered for this position, candidates must be able to demonstrate:



  • 3 years of hands-on property management of LIHTC complexes including resident and financial management

  • Experience with bookkeeping, financial, AP and other tracking systems used for property management

  • Expert in Microsoft Office applications

  • Superb written and verbal skills

  • Some college, associate's degree, or equivalent work experience 


Additional knowledge/experience:



  • Within 6 months become SCHM certified

  • Fair Housing experience or we will provide training 


Required work behaviors:



  • Spirited initiative and resourcefulness

  • Entrepreneurial approach

  • Remover of barriers

  • Results focused

  • Accountable


Physical Characteristics: The position requires the following:



  • 80% office work (meetings, phone, computer, etc.)

  • Must possess a valid driver's license and be insurable for company vehicles.

  • Standard vision, with or without corrective eyewear.

  • Standard hearing, with or without a hearing aid.

  • 20% property site visits and remote office locations which require the ability to climb one flight of stairs and the ability to walk a half mile per property approx. once per week.

  • Ability to lift a minimum of 25 pounds, approximately 3 times per week.


Schedule and Benefits:



  • Schedule: Full-time

  • Benefits: Monthly bonus program, health, dental, vision, and disability insurance, matching 401K, paid holidays, accrued paid time off


Equal Opportunity Employer. This Company participates in E-Verify. 


TO APPLY: Please go to https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/leasehighland/jobs/1468281-304441 and complete our fast, easy 3-minute application. 


About Us:


Highland Property Management, Inc., (Highland) a property management subsidiary of Summit Management Group, Inc. (Summit), is a growing family of companies headquartered in beautiful Western Montana. We specialize in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) developments, with mixed-income units joining our portfolio in 2018. To date, Summit has built, been awarded, or has under construction 32 LIHTC properties (1,646 units) spanning Colorado, Montana, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. Summit's family of companies are involved in all aspects of development, including site selection, finance and investor relations (Summit Housing Group, Inc.), construction (Summit Construction Group, Inc.), and on-going property management (Highland). Our continued growth and success is made possible by our great staff and dynamic partnerships with institutions and organizations working together to ensure quality affordable housing throughout the US.



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Crescent Management is seeking a Property Manager who is energetic, eager to learn, reliable and highly motivated. The position will be based at a multifamily apartment complex in Claymont, Delaware. Crescent Management operates Multifamily properties throughout Delaware and is a growing company with opportunity for advancement. Some apartment experience is preferred.


If you feel like this describes you we'd love to speak to you!


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


Skills and Requirements:



  1. Eager to learn and proactive. Can operate effectively in a team environment.

  2. Reliable. Consistent attendance is a must.

  3. Ability to multi-task and complete job functions independently in a timely fashion. Detail oriented with procedures and paperwork.

  4. Assertive character traits with the ability to close new leases, communicate with tenants and manage maintenance staff.

  5. Functional computer skills. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office products and ability to learn property management software.


Responsibilities:



  1. Operate the property to meet prescribed goals in leasing, collections and maintenance/make readies. "Take ownership" of the community and help create a positive living experience for tenants.

  2. Help manage rental income and property expenses while meeting budget goals. Post invoices and rental income to company accounting system accurately and in an organized, efficient manner.

  3. Manage all aspects of leasing, including creatively seeking out new residents, routinely updating online apartment postings and diligently following up on inquiries. Touring prospective tenants with a sales-focused approach.

  4. Manage the on-site maintenance staff. Ensure all work order/repair requests and apartment make readies are completed in a timely fashion.

  5. Routinely communicate with the Regional Manager and adhere to Company processes and procedures.

  6. Assist Corporate in collections and delinquency efforts. Communicate with residents regarding delinquent accounts.

  7. Resolve and handle tenant issues and concerns in a friendly yet firm manner.

  8. Minimize resident turnover by successfully renewing leases with existing tenants.


Company Description

Crescent Management is a privately-held owner and operator of Real Estate assets in the Delaware area.


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We are looking for Experienced Condominium, HOA Portfolio Property Manager for the Merrimack Valley and North Shore Area.


Salary based on Experience and Portfolio Size


Duties include:



  • Oversee Association projects

  • Review association accounting regarding financial statements

  • Assure association insurance coverage

  • Guide association fiscal management

  • Participate in required litigation needs

  • Maintain vendor relations

  • Oversee special projects

  • Coordinate, attend and facilitate successful association board and annual meetings

  • Communicate, and foster team building with all association members

  • Educate all board members on legislation changes that impact their HOA

  • Comply with Bylaws, Rules and Regulation and violation procedures

  • Handle communications with clients via meetings, calls, and emails

  • Some evening meetings as required

  • Lead effective meetings

  • Association payments and receipts

  • Vendor bidding

  • Coordination and participate in annual meeting/election process

  • Various financial tasks (for example, financial statement oversight, bid process and bid spec proposals) and budget-related responsibilities

  • Author or provide correspondence, budget information, and election information

  • Completion of daily, weekly and monthly Community Manager Checklist

  • Additional responsibilities as needed


Primary skills set:



  • Organizational skills

  • Project Management

  • Time management skills

  • Meeting facilitation

  • Vendor management

  • Effective communication skills (oral, written, listening skills)

  • Abilities to collaborate with others to make decisions, build strong business relationships, and problem-solve

  • Conflict resolution

  • Ability to draft correspondence, and respond to inquiries and client concerns effectively and independently

  • Possess the skills to independently handle escalated homeowners concerns and questions

  • Thoroughly inspect association property each month and create proactive action plans

  • Basic knowledge of MS Applications, especially Word and Excel

  • Jenark or Yardi a Plus!


 


Company Description

We are a well established Property Management Company and the largest asset management firm for residential Condominium and Home Owner's Associations in New England. Founded over 30 years ago, this family-owned business has experienced continuous growth over every year. Today, we employ approximately 150 bright, career-minded individuals across New England.

We are energetic and passionate about what we do. Because of our continued expansion, we seek qualified candidates who share our vision, values and commitment to superior customer service.


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We are looking for Experienced Condominium, HOA Portfolio Property Manager


Salary based on Experience and Portfolio Size


Duties include:



  • Oversee Association projects

  • Review association accounting regarding financial statements

  • Assure association insurance coverage

  • Guide association fiscal management

  • Participate in required litigation needs

  • Maintain vendor relations

  • Oversee special projects

  • Coordinate, attend and facilitate successful association board and annual meetings

  • Communicate, and foster team building with all association members

  • Educate all board members on legislation changes that impact their HOA

  • Comply with Bylaws, Rules and Regulation and violation procedures

  • Handle communications with clients via meetings, calls, and emails

  • Some evening meetings as required

  • Lead effective meetings

  • Association payments and receipts

  • Vendor bidding

  • Coordination and participate in annual meeting/election process

  • Various financial tasks (for example, financial statement oversight, bid process and bid spec proposals) and budget-related responsibilities

  • Author or provide correspondence, budget information, and election information

  • Completion of daily, weekly and monthly Community Manager Checklist

  • Additional responsibilities as needed


Primary skills set:



  • Organizational skills

  • Project Management

  • Time management skills

  • Meeting facilitation

  • Vendor management

  • Effective communication skills (oral, written, listening skills)

  • Abilities to collaborate with others to make decisions, build strong business relationships, and problem-solve

  • Conflict resolution

  • Ability to draft correspondence, and respond to inquiries and client concerns effectively and independently

  • Possess the skills to independently handle escalated homeowners concerns and questions

  • Thoroughly inspect association property each month and create proactive action plans

  • Basic knowledge of MS Applications, especially Word and Excel

  • Jenark or Yardi a Plus!


 


Company Description

We are a well established Property Management Company and the largest asset management firm for residential Condominium and Home Owner's Associations in New England. Founded over 30 years ago, this family-owned business has experienced continuous growth over every year. Today, we employ approximately 150 bright, career-minded individuals across New England.

We are energetic and passionate about what we do. Because of our continued expansion, we seek qualified candidates who share our vision, values and commitment to superior customer service.


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Property Manager (V)


Management company seeking a Licensed Community Association Manager (LCAM) for a large 55 + home owner's association in Delray Beach.     


Ideal candidate will have a successful and similar working history .  Ideal candidate will also be “hands on” and responsible for managing and overseeing property operations including general administration, budgeting, expense control, financial planning, enforcement of rules and regulations, mechanical systems on property, and general upkeep of the property, with a keen eye to detail. 


Duties and requirements include:


·       Managing and taking “ownership” of community needs in order to accomplish all objectives including operational, financial, and social


·       Strong leadership skills to manage, motivate, and develop a small staff and vendors


·       Strong written and verbal communication for frequent interaction with board members or other key contacts within the area


·       Excellent ability to coordinate efforts among the community


·       Ability to assess and recommend positive changes that result in cost savings or enhancements of community and living experience


·       Quality oversight of entire property and ensuring vendor responsibilities are met.  Frequent visible presence out in community


Great company with competitive pay and benefits.  Employment with our company is contingent upon successful background, drug, and MVR screening.


 



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Campus Property Management is looking for a Property Manager to join our team! Whether showing apartments to potential tenants, explaining leases, or helping tenants with problems they encounter, you will have the opportunity to help keep our over 3,000 tenants happy with their experience while using a wide variety of skills.


 


As a Property Manager, you will be responsible for:



  • Attracting tenants by explaining the benefits of our locations and showing apartments


  • Negotiating, writing, and explaining leases to new tenants


  • Making sure tenants pay their rent on time and contacting them if they do not


  • Keeping track of maintenance requests and making sure they are completed


  • Being the primary contact person for tenants



As a Property Manager, you will:



  • Have opportunities to develop a wide variety of skills, including customer service and sales


  • Be a great multitasker


  • Have a positive attitude



CPM has a unique culture that treats employees equally and promotes a safe, friendly working environment. We offer competitive wages based on experience, full benefits, and opportunities for advancement. If this position sounds like a good fit for you, please do not hesitate to apply!


If you have further questions, please contact jobs@cpm-apts.com.


 



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We are looking for Experienced Condominium, HOA Portfolio Property Managers Serving Southern NH and Northern Massachusetts.


Salary based on Experience and Portfolio Size


Duties include:



  • Manage approximately 700 units within a Portfolio

  • Oversee Association projects

  • Review association accounting regarding financial statements

  • Assure association insurance coverage

  • Guide association fiscal management

  • Participate in required litigation needs

  • Maintain vendor relations

  • Oversee special projects

  • Coordinate, attend and facilitate successful association board and annual meetings

  • Communicate, and foster team building with all association members

  • Educate all board members on legislation changes that impact their HOA

  • Comply with Bylaws, Rules and Regulation and violation procedures

  • Handle communications with clients via meetings, calls, and emails

  • Some evening meetings as required

  • Lead effective meetings

  • Association payments and receipts

  • Vendor bidding

  • Coordination and participate in annual meeting/election process

  • Various financial tasks (for example, financial statement oversight, bid process and bid spec proposals) and budget-related responsibilities

  • Author or provide correspondence, budget information, and election information

  • Completion of daily, weekly and monthly Community Manager Checklist

  • Additional responsibilities as needed


Primary skills set:



  • Organizational skills

  • Project Management

  • Time management skills

  • Meeting facilitation

  • Vendor management

  • Effective communication skills (oral, written, listening skills)

  • Abilities to collaborate with others to make decisions, build strong business relationships, and problem-solve

  • Conflict resolution

  • Ability to draft correspondence, and respond to inquiries and client concerns effectively and independently

  • Possess the skills to independently handle escalated homeowners concerns and questions

  • Thoroughly inspect association property each month and create proactive action plans

  • Basic knowledge of MS Applications, especially Word and Excel

  • Jenark or Yardi a Plus!


 


Company Description

We are a well established Property Management Company and the largest asset management firm for residential Condominium and Home Owner's Associations in New England. Founded over 30 years ago, this family-owned business has experienced continuous growth over every year. Today, we employ approximately 150 bright, career-minded individuals across New England.

We are energetic and passionate about what we do. Because of our continued expansion, we seek qualified candidates who share our vision, values and commitment to superior customer service.


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Prepare Operating Budgets, review and prepare monthly financial statements for Condo boards


Monitor Delinquencies, enforce violations and work with outside attorney's


Respond to owners and residents questions/concerns promptly


Oversee maintenance staff, and improvements.projects to ensure proper completion


Ability to attend Board meetings some evenings


Manage Vendor contracts and make site visits as needed


Work with accounting department AP, AR, banking as needed


Knowledge of Condo documents, rules and regulations required


 


Company Description

Real Estate Company with 30+ entities under management


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Responsibilities:



  1. Works closely with colleagues in learning all aspects of duties.

  2. Conducts Property Inspections

  3. Communicates with tenants regarding Maintenance or other property issues and coordinates to have those situations corrected.

  4. Offers recommendations regarding improvements to overall mgmt. of properties.

  5. Handles incoming calls & inquires represents the company in a professional manner.

  6. Creates Property Budgets

  7. Processes Work Orders for service work

  8. Assist accounting with Accounts Receivable Dept/notifications and follow ups

  9. Assist accounting with Accounts Payable Dept/coding of invoices.

  10. Assist in ensuring that all leases and amendments are completed accurately

  11. Coordinates all Lease Administration efforts in regards to Lease Abstracts, Insurance Certificates, Emergency Notifications, Tenant move-ins and move-outs, etc.

  12. Review of Financial Reporting on Properties


Ideal candidates will have:



  1. Experience: 3+ years in industry or similar position within industry

  2. Ability to multi-task and move seamlessly between projects

  3. Projection of a professional image

  4. Analytical aptitude to review and comprehend financials

  5. Strong customer service background and skills

  6. Proficient in Word, Excel, and Outlook

  7. Familiarity with Yardi systems (Voyager experience a plus)

  8. Excellent telephone skills

  9. A positive, upbeat attitude

  10. Great attention to detail


Company Description

LandQwest Companies is a full service real estate firm which specializes in the acquisition, as well as, long-term ownership of commercial retail, office, medical, and industrial related properties. We are a regional company with offices in Orlando, Tampa, Fort Myers, and Naples.

This position will be a critical part of the team to ensure responsive, efficient, and thorough service to our clients.

The successful candidate must possess experience and/or the drive to work in a fast paced real estate/property management environment and must be a team player with a strong work ethic. Minimum requirements include strong initiative, ability to prioritize and problem solve, be detailed oriented, have effective organizational skills, along with verbal and written communication proficiency.


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Job Description


Property managers have a flexible work environment. You get to work both in the office and also meet with customers at their property.


In this role, you will evaluate properties, help tenants select their next home, answer general questions regarding location as well as amenities, and assist customers with their general inquiries. A Hawaii real estate license is required.


Responsibilities:



  • Evaluate and document the condition of properties

  • Follow up on potential tenant leads

  • Answer questions and help customers with inquiries

  • Share ideas on improving customer service and interaction


Desired Qualifications



  • Positive attitude and optimistic

  • Competitive drive

  • Self-motivated

  • Personable

  • Emphasize and connect with people

  • Available to work weekend but will receive time off during the week

  • Hawaii real estate license


Other Qualifications



  • Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing via phone, letters, and emails

  • Common sense, which is sound judgment without needing specialized knowledge in a specific field

  • Ability to multi-task and take on multiple projects at the same time

  • Strong work ethic and desire to work with others in a team environment

  • Ability to calmly work with different types of people who have varying personalities

  • Ability to use and has previous experience using computers, scanners, and printers

  • Speaks and writes English fluently

  • Reliable transportation


Compensation



  • Starting salary $45,000 but goes up to $50,000 depending on skill and qualifications.

  • Paid vacation and medical insurance.

  • Bonus opportunities are also available.


Education Requirements



  • Minimum of High School Diploma / GED or higher, college degree preferred

  • Real estate license preferred, but not required.


Company Description

HappyDoors Property Management is a growing company specializing in real estate management and our mission is developing long-term relationships by promoting innovation & happiness. This not only applies to our customers, but to our team members as well. We focus on creating a positive and flexible working environment so that you feel welcome at work and happy with your career.


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Job Description


LICENSED COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGER


PORTFOLIO PROPERTY MANAGER - FULL TIME



  • MUST HAVE A VALID FLORIDA LCAM LICENSE ISSUED BY DBPR;

  • Five Years' Licensed Community Association Manager Experience;

  • Valid Florida Driver’s License with Proof of Auto Insurance;

  • Drug-free Workplace;


Skills



  • Excellent interpersonal skills and being a team player are prerequisites for the position.

  • Professional image;

  • Excellent management, supervisory and communication skills required to deal effectively with Board of Directors and Residents;

  • Strong customer service orientation;

  • Strong organizational and administrative abilities;

  • Sufficient computer skills – Tops, Word, Excel, Outlook & Internet;

  • Strong business understanding and familiarity with Association Financial Statements;

  • Knowledge of maintenance requirements including dealing with Vendors and Contractors on behalf of Associations.

  • Ability to motivate and work effectively with people;


Job Functions



  • Manage Association(s) in accordance with company policies to enhance the value and quality of each Association.

  • Operate all supervised properties in a cost-effective manner to meet Association(s) goals.

  • Solicit Bids, as directed by Association and/or Supervisor, for Contracts and any large improvements; prepare an Excel Spreadsheet of results and review with Supervisor prior to delivery to Association.

  • Read and become knowledgeable with Association Bylaws/Rules & Regulations and “Frequently Asked Questions”.

  • Execute and handle priorities of Association(s), including positive customer relations and timely resolution of resident problems.

  • Supervise maintenance functions and projects, ensuring safe and timely completion. Ensure that grounds, common-area buildings (clubhouse & pools) are fully operational, safe, clean and attractive.

  • Visually inspect grounds & common areas on all supervised properties according to Contract with each Association.

  • Review monthly financial data in accordance with budgeted guidelines, write a monthly narrative report for managed Associations; Preparation of Monthly Board Packets for Associations.

  • Detect and monitor potential liability risks and follow safety procedures. Follow established procedures in handling property loss, general liability claims, and any on-site employee injuries.

  • Solicit Annual Renewals of Insurance Policies; Review with Supervisor prior to delivery to Board of Directors.

  • Responsible for After-Hours Emergency Calls on all Managed Properties.



Company Description

Professional Commercial & Residential Real Estate Management Company that has been servicing our clients with integrity and teamwork for 30 years.


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 Our beautiful Apartment Community in Colorado Springs, CO is in need of a experienced, talented Property Manager to lead the team. Our top candidate will have superior customer service skills, be detail oriented and have solid organizational skills. Communication and Listening skills along with Leadership qualities are a must!


Responsibilities:



  • Oversight of all Leasing and Marketing activities

  • Oversight of all on-site accounting functions

  • Responsibility for the physical condition and maintenance of the community

  • Provide leadership, motivation and supervision of all on-site associates

  • Meeting and exceeding the annual budget in regards to NOI

  • Hire, Train and Supervise all on-site associates

  • Promote and uphold all company policies 


Skills Required:



  • Prior property management experience required

  • Yardi experience required

  • Proficient computer, Microsoft suite including Excel skills, required

  • Financial budgeting required

  • Excellent communicator and listening skills required

  • Excellent Leadership and Team management skills

  • Outstanding customer service skills

  • The ability to trouble shoot and multi-task


If you possess these amazing qualities and skills and are looking to be a part of a growing company that is proud of their great teams, now is the time to apply!


We offer a competitive salary and benefits including medical, dental, vision, FSA 401k and a bonus structure!


We are a Equal Opportunity Employer who participates in E-Verify!   



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Property Management Move Out Specialist Needed (Tacoma, WA)


 


 


compensation: $15.00 per hour to start
employment type: part-time


We are looking for the right person to fill a "full time" Move Out Coordinator position with a growing firm. This position pays $15.00 per hour to start. Hours will be Monday -- Friday 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, approximately 35+ hours per week. You may be asked to work longer hours from time to time, depending on departmental needs. We take a huge amount of pride in this office, truly, being a family.

Position Requirements :
Our ideal candidate is detail-oriented, upbeat, self motivated, reliable and is able to prioritize as well as multi-task. Able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills, have strong customer service skills. Honesty, diligence and punctuality are a must.

Applicants must meet the following requirements :

-- High School graduate (some college preferred, but not required).
-- Some experience in a professional office setting.
-- Intermediate-Excellent Outlook, Word and Excel experience.
-- Excellent spelling, grammar and intermediate writing skills.
-- Have reliable transportation.
-- High Energy with positive attitude, and enthusiastic with professional appearance and demeanor.
-- Ability to follow directions, skilled at problem-solving and prioritization.
-- Solid organizational skills.
-- Background in Property Management a HUGE plus, but NOT required. We can train.
-- Appfolio experience a plus, but not required.
-- Assist in documentation, organization and filing.
-- Ability to copy, scan and upload documents online.
-- Excellent Multi-Line Phone skills with a smile, with the ability to direct to the correct department.
-- Work within a VERY FAST paced office environment.
-- Following up with tenants, owners and vendors is, absolutely, essential.
-- Other duties as assigned.

Compensation:
-- $15.00/hour to start
-- You will be paid as a W-2 employee twice monthly (the 5th and 20th)
-- We do offer a benefits package for our employees.
This is an ideal opportunity for the right person to advance with us as we grow. Our need is immediate! We will be contacting qualified applicants for interviews beginning ASAP.

Condition of Employment: A satisfactory outcome of criminal background verification may be required prior to hire. Pre-employment drug and alcohol testing may also be required. Please email resumes ASAP for immediate consideration. This listing is not inside the Tacoma city limits, so it is bound by Washington State guidelines.



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 Seeking an amazing first-rate experienced Property Manager for a luxury apartment community. The top candidate will possess strong organizational skills, be detail oriented and have top notch communication and leadership abilities. In addition, a high energy level, creativity and the ability to multi-task and trouble shoot are required.


Responsibilities:



  • Meeting or exceeding the annual budget in regards to NOI

  • Providing leadership, hiring, training, evaluating, motivating and supervising all on -site associates

  • Oversight of all Leasing and marketing activities

  • Oversight of on-site accounting functions

  • Responsible for the physical condition and maintenance of the community

  • Promoting and upholding all company policies


Skills Required:



  • Prior property management required

  • Yardi experience required

  • Proficient Computer skills including Excel are required

  • Excellent communicator and listening skills required

  • Excellent Leadership and Team management skills

  • The ability to execute company goals and objectives

  • The ability to be AMAZING

  • Outstanding customer service skills


If you meet the qualifications, now is your chance to be part of a growing company that is proud of their great teams! We offer a competitive salary and benefits including medical, dental, vision, FSA, 401 K and a bonus structure.


We are a Equal Opportunity Employer who participates in E-Verify!


Job Type: Full-time



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Dynamic, full-time, Director of Property Management / Operations position available at an outstanding Property Management Company for an Individual / Single Family Home portfolio in the Dallas and surrounding markets. We are seeking a positive, hard-working, intelligent, professional, and highly motivated team player with excellent leadership skills and attention to detail. We are looking to add a "rock star" to our top-notch team!


Responsibilities/Qualifications for this position include:



  • 7+ years as a Regional/Operations Experience required

  • Individual / Single Family Home experience REQUIRED

  • High level of Customer Service required

  • Travel required to Sites in Dallas and other nearby states

  • Responsible for the growth in new markets

  • Provide Leadership, planning, and administrative oversight of the entire PM dept.

  • High-Level technology experience required

  • Excellent communication and organization skills are necessary.

  • Degree Required


Great compensation and benefits package is offered to qualified candidates.


 



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Our fast paced and growing residential property management company is searching for an experienced and professional Assistant Property Manager for our corporate office to assist our regional property managers in San Diego County. Our diverse portfolio consists of small to medium sized apartments and single family homes/condos throughout San Diego County. You will work with our team of leasing, maintenance, and bookkeeping staff to provide excellent service to your owners and residents.


As an Assistant Property Manager some of your duties will include:



  • Assisting Manager's with individual requests/requirements particular to each property in a timely manner

  • Resolve resident concerns/issues and provide the highest level of service.

  • Rent collections, three day notices, and the eviction process

  • Assist in the leasing and application process. Take leasing calls, show properties and oversee the application process

  • Process move out paperwork

  • Oversee and issue maintenance requests

  • Answering phone, email and faxed maintenance/service requests

  • Dispatching requests to vendors or in-house maintenance staff

  • Coordinating schedules and tracking of the maintenance team

  • Communicating effectively and following up with residents, vendors and property management staff

  • Process and track work orders on property management software

  • Obtain and evaluate outside bids from vendors

  • Miscellaneous administrative duties

  • Maintain and create resident files, resident letters, etc.

  • Perform market survey studies

  • Prepare leases and meet with residents to perform the move in process


The ideal candidate will be a quick learner, self-motivated, able to work independently and have the following qualifications:



  • Excellent communication skills and a team player

  • Strong grammar and organizational skills

  • Ability to multi-task between duties

  • Minimum One Year Previous residential management experience required

  • MUST be Bilingual (Spanish)

  • Must be proficient in MS Office with strong Word and Excel Skills

  • Strong Knowledge of California Landlord Tenant Law

  • MUST have Knowledge of Appfolio PM software

  • Job location is Central San Diego County


$14-16//hour depending on experience


If you are interested in this position, please e-mail resume to the link in this email


PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU DO NOT MEET THE ABOVE CRITERIA



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As Property Manager, you will facilitate the activities of a business owner to ensure that your team is empowered to perform, deliver and exceed the expectation.


Our Property Managers possess:



  • Entrepreneurial Spirit with a can do attitude.


  • Strong ethical character and moral code.


  • Big hearts and a desire to do the right thing.


  • Can do attitude with a willingness to roll up their sleeves when the project calls for it.


  • Vision to see the big picture and provide a high level perspective of the industry today.


  • Commitment to the core values of our organization.



What you bring to the equation:



  • Demonstrated experience (2+ years) in Residential Property Management.


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to effectively communicate with residents, employees, peers, vendors, owners, etc. and to assist in efficient operations.


  • Bi-lingual abilities (written and verbal), based on specific needs of property


  • Computer software experience to include MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, and property management software programs.


  • Basic understanding of Landlord/Tenant laws and application, familiarity with local Apartment Association Lease and Addendums, Fair Housing/ADA regulations and application, OSHA & EPA requirements for property management industry.



  • A minimum of a high school degree.


    Our vision for you:





  • You will perform as a business owner to your community; setting the tone for how it operates and empowering your team members to deliver successful results.


  • Mold and grow your community team to the culture and goals of our organization while serving as mentor who celebrates their successes and creates opportunity to grow from within.


  • Unwavering commitment to providing the best customer service.


  • Adaptability to support all the roles within your community and the flexibility to wear every hat.


  • Employee referral bonus program



Equal opportunity employer


Company Description

We don’t do anything today simply because it’s what we did yesterday and we don’t discourage an idea just because it’s never been tried before. We are dedicated to excellence in all that we do.
We recognize the contributions of our teams and welcome individual perspectives that drive the long-term development of our organization.
Our portfolio is growing exponentially and we cultivate that growth from within by facilitating opportunities to mentor, coach and develop and mold tomorrow’s industry leaders.
Our core values are:

We provide a foundation for every team member to excel in these areas and recognize displays of those values and pride ourselves in growing new leaders in the industry.
Candidates are expected to think like an owner and assume personal accountability for his/her actions, behaviors and results.
As Assistant Property Manager, you will facilitate the activities of a business owner to ensure that your team is empowered to perform, deliver and exceed the expectation.
Our Property Managers possess:
• Entrepreneurial Spirit with a can-do attitude.
• Strong ethical character and moral code.
• Big hearts and a desire to do the right thing.
• Can do attitude with a willingness to roll up their sleeves when the project calls for it.
• Vision to see the big picture and provide a high-level perspective of the industry today.
• Commitment to the core values of our organization.
What you bring to the equation:
• Demonstrated experience (2+ years) in Residential Property Management.
• Significant knowledge of the LIHTC programs.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills to effectively communicate with residents, employees, peers, vendors, owners, etc. and to assist in efficient operations.
• Bi-lingual abilities (written and verbal), based on specific needs of property
• Computer software experience to include MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, and property management software programs.
• Basic understanding of Landlord/Tenant laws and application, familiarity with local Apartment Association Lease and Addendums, Fair Housing/ADA regulations and application, OSHA & EPA requirements for property management industry.
• A minimum of a high school degree.
Our vision for you:
• You will perform as a business owner to your community; setting the tone for how it operates and empowering your team members to deliver successful results.
• Mold and grow your community team to the culture and goals of our organization while serving as mentor who celebrates their successes and creates opportunity to grow from within.
• Unwavering commitment to providing the best customer service.
• Adaptability to support all the roles within your community and the flexibility to wear every hat.
What you can expect:
In addition to a competitive salary our Property Managers can also earn monthly commissions for sales and renewals as well as quarterly NOI bonuses with the following benefits packages:
• Medical plan with Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield
• Vision insurance with Davis Vision
• Dental insurance with Delta Dental
• Flexible Spending Account / Dependent Day Care Accounts
• Long Term Disability
• Term Life Insurance
• Paid Time Off (allocation is contingent upon years of relevant work experience and tenure)
• 10 Paid Holidays
• Charitable Donation Matching Program
• Tuition Reimbursement- full time employees are eligible to receive $5,250 in education assistance benefits per calendar year
• Employee referral bonus program
Equal Opportunity Employer


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Seeking a seasoned coop/condo portfolio Property Manager to take over a substantial portfolio with a company that has provided premier management services in the New York metropolitan area for over 30 years.


Individual must be able to take ownership of the portfolio with a dedication to highly personalized service to our long term clients.


Responsibilities (include but are not limited to):



  • Oversee and coordinate all property management transactions

  • Attract new clients

  • Investigate and resolve shareholder/owner complaints

  • Update and improve properties to the approval of the boards

  • Ensure all requests are processed in a timely fashion

  • Manage property staff

  • Enforce property and associations' rules and regulations

  • Attendance at and preparation for conducting board meetings

  • Supervise capital improvement projects

  • Compliance with NYC codes


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in coop & condominium property management

  • Familiarity with real estate contracts

  • Experience with management of projects

  • Knowledge of NYC laws & regulations

  • Ability to build rapport with boards

  • Ability to multitask and prioritize

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills


 


Salary will follow experience level. Opportunities for commissioned based transactions to supplement salary.


 


Company Description

Our portfolio includes leading properties in the Bronx, Manhattan and Westchester County. We are a service industry leader, defining success as the full satisfaction to our clients. We hire only seasoned professionals, dedicated to that principle. Property managers and support staff alike take ownership of their areas of responsibility. This dedication to service makes our firm stand out amongst the others.


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Looking for a Full-time Property Manager for a Multi-family Apartment Complex and Assistant Manager and data processing. Must have experience, be detail-oriented and be able to work in a fast pace environment. Must be computer savvy. Knowledge and experience with Appfolio software is a big plus! This is a 300+ apartment community in the heart of Margate Florida. Bilingual is not a requirement but it is a plus. Please reply with a resume only.

The Leasing Agent duties and responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:

 Maintains a detailed knowledge of the apartment community, amenities, and community.
 Handles all aspects of leasing apartments, including greeting prospective residents, touring the community, closing the sale, processing applications in a timely manner, typing leases, following up with prospects, obtains signatures for completion of leases/paperwork prior to move-in.
 Consistently documents prospect phone and email contacts; accurately completes the market survey.
 Collects and secures rental payments.
 Maintains a working knowledge of Fair Housing laws, rules, and regulations concerning apartment leasing and management.
 Assists in the inspections of vacant apartments and take appropriate action to prepare them for leasing.
 Promotes resident retention by assisting with the renewal program.


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Portfolio Community Association Manager (CAM) – Property Manager


About the Company


Grant Property Management (GPM) is a property management company located in central Boca Raton. GPM has been in business for over 25 and has continued to grow steadily. We strive to provide exceptional property management services to our clients, which consist primarily of condominiums and homeowner associations.


Our firm includes administrative staff in the office to support the maintenance of personnel and Property Managers who also work outside the office. We offer a very pleasant work environment in a nice office. Everyone at the firm knows that working towards a common goal of absolute client satisfaction requires a total team effort and that their contributions are appreciated.


There is a definite opportunity for a career path should you wish to pursue it. We promote strictly from within the firm. The position for which you have applied will teach you all you need to know about the firm and the industry so that growing into other positions in the firm is a fluid and natural process.


Job Description:


We are seeking a Licensed Community Association Manager (LCAM) with:



  • 3 to 5 years of experience who can competently manage a portfolio of our community association clients.

  • A thorough knowledge of FS-718 and FS-720.

  • Demonstrated experience managing large, complex accounts or projects. Ability to meet deadlines and work well under pressure.

  • Maintain knowledge and understanding of the contract between the association and GPM. Ensure all contractual obligations are being met.

  • Maintain the common elements of the Association are provided in a first-class manner and in accordance with community rules and regulations.

  • A solid understanding of financial reporting and the ability to explain a financial statement

  • The ability to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Exceptional written/verbal/interpersonal communication skills

  • Critical thinking, complex problem solving, judgment and decision-making ability.


Essential Duties & Responsibilities



  • The Community Association Manager provides exemplary service in a manner consistent with the values and mission of GPM.

  • Guide the Board of Directors in managing the association’s operations relative to budget

  • Know, understand, and be able to research state statutes pertaining to condominium and homeowner associations

  • Assists in the preparation of monthly financial reports and reviews same for accuracy and variance trends.

  • Meet regularly with Community Board members

  • Attend all Board meetings

  • Regularly interact with community vendors and service providers

  • Communicate with association residents as needed

  • Prepare and develop each client’s annual operating budget


Critical skills required:



  • Minimum of 3 years related experience

  • This is a hands-on position responsible for overseeing the operational, administrative, financial, maintenance and security functions of the communities.

  • Strong analytical and problem identification/solving skills

  • Extensive Landscaping knowledge and experience.

  • Knowledge of the violations process, ARC’s, CC&R codes, Architectural Review process, HOA Grievance committee & appeals, etc.

  • Knowledge and ability to apply Florida Statutes and Community's documents.

  • Must be technology proficient, especially in the use of Microsoft Office and Quickbooks Accounting

  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written

  • Ability to work in a team environment as well as perform individual tasks

  • Ability to interact and communicate with all levels of employees and management to explain and simplify issues

  • Ability to work under pressure, meet predetermined timelines, and easily adapt to changing needs


To Apply:


Submit a resume along with a cover letter that includes salary history, desired compensation, and brief information about your relevant work experience.



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A clean background and current, valid driver's license with a good driving record are all musts for this outstanding, versatile job with a small property management company. You must enjoy working outdoors, have a good knowledge of sprinkling systems and repair, with some good handyman experience under your belt. Tasks involve driving from property to property in the Park City and Heber City areas; entering and inspecting houses, and caring for a large sprinkling system on a particularly large property in Heber. Some snow removal is required in winter. Activities are varied so you never get stuck feeling mundane, and you're never in the same exact place every day. Hours are somewhat flexible, but in general our work week is Monday - Friday, morning to evening and should be considered highly physically active and dynamic.  


Qualities of the ideal candidate:



  • Honest and forthright


  • A good attitude, eager to work, grateful for the opportunity


  •  Willing and able to follow specific instructions on a daily basis


  • Clean cut, dressed appropriately, good manners (we serve high end homes)


  • A motivated self starter who doesn't require constant supervision, who can troubleshoot and solve problems and be impressively productive on his or her own


  • Must always be on time to work, and to all scheduled appointments within work day



Company Description

Property Management Company of high end homes in Park City, Deer Valley, Heber City, we are small but growing strong.


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Description: Serves as senior management onsite. Responsible for the overall management of the site including planning, collections, lease enforcement, marketing, leasing, budgeting, fiscal management, maintenance supervision, and administration. Supervises all personnel on site and reports to the Regional Property Manager and senior staff.


 


Duties:



  • Responsible for supervising property management staff and overseeing operations

  • Recruit, hire, terminate, supervise, and motivate all staff personnel to achieve the operational goals of management

  • Provide support and training to new employees

  • Ensure that employees adhere to the policy standards in accordance with the Employee Handbook

  • Conduct performance evaluations for all employees on site

  • Supervisory role for daily operational, leasing, collections, lease enforcement, and marketing functions for the property, which includes (but not limited to):

    • Timely collection of rents and all money on site and record keeping

    • Ensure that leases are renewed on a timely basis.

    • Inspect move-ins for readiness and move-outs for damages

    • Show apartments to prospective residents

    • Process application for apartments including pre-qualifications and ensure resident selection policies are complied with

    • Process lease violation letters and work with appointed attorney to process all legal resident matters (Notice to Quits, Evictions, etc.)

    • Establish, implement, and maintain procedures for wait list



  • Conduct internal management and occupancy reviews

  • Address resident complaints and address reported health and safety issues

  • Inspect the property on a regular basis and schedule improvements and repairs

  • Ensure that all financial reports, records, and paperwork are filed and performed correctly and in a timely manner

  • Comply with all local, state and federal regulations as well as all company policies and procedures

  • Regular attendance on the job during office hours . This is an exempt position


The above job description and duties highlight the primary and most critical aspects of the position but, in no way, include all expectations or required responsibilities. Other responsibilities may be assigned by supervisor.


 


Qualifications:



  • 2-4 years of progressively responsible experience in the management of residential rental properties

  • Have knowledge of Fair Housing Laws as well as familiarity with HUD regulations

  • Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in real estate, business administration, public administration, or related field is preferred

  • Must be able to lift and carry at least 25 lbs


 


We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Gaining and/or retaining employment will not be affected by applicant or employee race, color, religion, national origin, sex, physical or mental disability, or age. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the company will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.



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Responsibilities: 



  1. Works closely with colleagues in learning all aspects of duties.

  2. Conducts Property Inspections

  3. Communicates with tenants regarding Maintenance or other property issues and coordinates to have those situations corrected.

  4. Offers recommendations regarding improvements to overall mgmt. of properties.

  5. Handles incoming calls & inquires represents the company in a professional manner.

  6. Creates Property Budgets

  7. Processes Work Orders for service work

  8. Assist accounting with Accounts Receivable Dept/notifications and follow ups

  9. Assist accounting with Accounts Payable Dept/coding of invoices.

  10. Assist in ensuring that all leases and amendments are completed accurately

  11. Coordinates all Lease Administration efforts in regards to Lease Abstracts, Insurance Certificates, Emergency Notifications, Tenant move-ins and move-outs, etc.

  12. Review of Financial Reporting on Properties


Ideal candidates will have:



  1. Experience: 3+ years in industry or similar position within industry

  2. Ability to multi-task and move seamlessly between projects

  3. Projection of a professional image

  4. Analytical aptitude to review and comprehend financials

  5. Strong customer service background and skills

  6. Proficient in Word, Excel, and Outlook

  7. Familiarity with Yardi systems (Voyager experience a plus)

  8. Excellent telephone skills

  9. A positive, upbeat attitude

  10. Great attention to detail


Company Description

LandQwest Companies is a full service real estate firm which specializes in the acquisition, as well as, long-term ownership of commercial retail, office, medical, and industrial related properties. We are a regional company with offices in Orlando, Tampa, Fort Myers, and Naples.

This position will be a critical part of the team to ensure responsive, efficient, and thorough service to our clients.

The successful candidate must possess experience and/or the drive to work in a fast paced real estate/property management environment and must be a team player with a strong work ethic. Minimum requirements include strong initiative, ability to prioritize and problem solve, be detailed oriented, have effective organizational skills, along with verbal and written communication proficiency.


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Condo Property Manager


About us


Kass Management Services Inc. has built its business performing 3rd party management of primarily residential rental properties, condominium associations, and commercial properties. KMS is proud to be responsible for the management of over 9,000 units and over 400 properties in the Chicago area and growing. With over 33 years of experience we believe that organization, communications and problem solving are critical skills and traits a management company must have to be able to provide clients and residents the appropriate management support.


About the position


Kass Management is seeking a full-time Condo Property Manager for the Condo division working from our office in Lincoln Park. The Condo Manager will oversee and coordinate all property management on behalf of a portfolio of HOAs. per includes responsibility for daily operation, obtaining bids for property improvements, creating and maintaining the annual budget and acting as a liaison between the HOA Board and unit owners. The property manager is responsible for supervising the properties to ensure they are run in an efficient manner in regards to maintenance, accounting, and owner/tenant satisfaction.


A successful candidate is an intelligent communicator and problem-solver with keen judgment and excellent follow-through. Strong attention to detail and organization are necessary for success in this role, as well as stellar Customer Service.


Essential Responsibilities and Expectations



  • Manage Day to Day property operations

  • Obtain bids for property improvements

  • Create and maintain the annual budget

  • Act as a liaison between Board and unit owner

  • Perform regular inspections and coordinate the maintenance & repair of building systems

  • Attend board meetings

  • Arrange and oversee contract service representatives

  • Investigate tenant disturbances, violations or complaints and resolve problems per regulations established by the board of directors

  • Supervise maintenance, janitorial and grounds keeping staff who perform routine repairs and maintain buildings and grounds


Qualifications, Skills, and Competencies



  • Minimum 3+ years in Illinois Condominium Association Management. Portfolio experience strongly preferred, but not required.

  • Licensed Community Association Manager

  • Familiarity with the Illinois Condominium Property act

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal

  • Superior customer service skills and orientation.

  • Ability to maintain professionalism at all times.

  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.

  • Ability to plan and manage work under time constraints, without direct supervision

  • Sound troubleshooting skills and the capacity to fully resolve problems

  • Vehicle and valid license for travel


Kass Management is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strive to hire qualified talented, enthusiastic, professional and logical team players that are service-oriented and have integrity, regardless of sex, color, creed, age, sexual orientation, and family status. We stand on the principles of fair and equitable treatment and safe working conditions for all employees.



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