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Assistant Property Manager

What Is an Assistant Property Manager and How to Become One

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What Does an Assistant Property Manager Do?

As an assistant property manager, your job is to coordinate the security, maintenance, and repair of a residential or commercial property. In this role, you may address tenant concerns, advertise when a unit is open, represent the company to a potential resident, and assist the primary property manager with day-to-day tasks. Assistant property managers often help create daily and monthly reports, ensure the accuracy of ledgers, inspect units, maintain a knowledge of the property, and physically inspect the area. If you are responsible for multiple properties, you may need to travel during working hours. At times, you may need to work outside of regular hours. This is especially true when dealing with tenant emergencies or providing tours to potential renters.

How to Become an Assistant Property Manager?

The primary qualifications for becoming an assistant property manager are a high school diploma and one year of relevant work experience. Some employers prefer a bachelor's degree and previous property management experience, but this isn't necessary for most roles. Any experience with accounting or sales can help you stand out from other applicants. Additional credentials, such as Certified Apartment Manager (CAM), are also good for getting noticed. Fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of an assistant property manager requires interpersonal skills, excellent vision, and computer literacy. Finally, you need to be able to memorize regulations related to leasing properties and tenants' rights.

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