Property Manager

The Residential Property Manager is responsible for overseeing operations at a multifamily apartment community including staff performance, resident satisfaction and financial performance.
The property manager will control budgets, attract and retain residents, maintain the property in excellent physical condition, and submit paperwork in a timely and organized manner.
A minimum of three years of multi-family property management is required.
A college degree or related coursework in business, accounting, hospitality, or property management is preferred.
A high school degree or equivalent is required.
Candidates who have experience with Section 8 properties will receive strong preference.

Provide excellent customer service to tenants
Oversee and direct efforts to maximize occupancy
Lease units and move in prospective residents
Receive and collect all rent and cash receipts
Meet community financial goals by following the property budget
Maintain resident files in complete and accurate condition
Maintain a calendar of scheduled move-ins, ensuring all move-in appointments are completed and all apartments inspected and compliant with established standards prior to move-in
Prepare and deliver all legal and formal notices in accordance with state law and company standards, including but not limited to late notices, change in term notices, and notices of violation of community rules and regulations
Demonstrate ability to resolve resident complaints and direct pertinent issues and matters to the community manager
Input all cash receipts to appropriate income accounts in the community management system and prepare and generate list of deposit receipts and amounts in accordance with company standards
Initiate all necessary evictions by preparing copies and forwarding all appropriate paperwork for legal evictions or other legal proceedings; ensure all evictions and legal proceedings are followed through to completion
Conduct resident move-outs in accordance with state law and company standards
Maintain all account records and transactions including NSF's, rent allowances, rent increases and other management-approved debits and credits
Education Requirements
High school education or equivalent is required; college degree is a plus but not a requirement
Ability to fluently read and write English, accurately perform intermediate mathematical functions and use all on-site resident management software functions
Computer Skills
Intermediate knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook
Ability to operate and understand personal computer functions and company utilized software packages

Compensation: Salary plus incentives and other benefits to be discussed:

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