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Property Manager Job Description Sample Template

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This free Property Manager job description sample template can help you attract an innovative and experienced Property Manager to your company. We make the hiring process one step easier by giving you a template to simply post to our site. Make sure to add requirements, benefits, and perks specific to the role and your company.

Property Manager Job Summary

We are seeking an experienced and reliable Property Manager to oversee operations at our various commercial properties. In this position, you will work with leasing agents to create leasing contracts for new tenants, ensure units are ready for tenants, fulfill repair requests efficiently, collect monthly rents, and track daily expenses. We also expect our Property Manager to provide regular status reports on the condition of the property and any issues that arise. Our ideal candidate has at least five years of property management experience.

Property Manager Duties and Responsibilities

  • Negotiate lease contracts
  • Collect rent, utility, and other payments
  • Inspect property for damages and schedule routine maintenance
  • Manage all property personnel (landscapers, cleaning crews, etc.)
  • Maintain and update property records
  • Document expenses, invoices, receipts, and warranties
  • Maintain a positive relationship with renters and tenants

Property Manager Requirements and Qualifications

  • High school degree or equivalent; bachelor's degree in related field preferred
  • Meet all state licensure requirements
  • 5+ years of property management or related experience
  • Knowledge of local, state, and federal property regulations
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office and property management software
  • Organized and able to create multiple timelines, budgets, and schedules
  • Excellent communication skills
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