An investment property should not be regarded as simply a source of rent, but as a valuable and appreciating capital asset. As a Property Manager, you’re responsible for managing your landlords’ investment properties.
You also need to look after the needs of your tenants. To do both these tasks well is very challenging as it requires balancing and meeting the needs of two types of customers – but it is possible.
You’ll need organisation, tact, excellent people skills and a thorough knowledge of the applicable legislation.
The duties of a property manager can include:
- qualifying and selecting tenants
- collecting rent
- arranging repairs
- marketing the property
- negotiating leases and rent reviews
- advising property owners on market rents
Some companies view property management was regarded as a good ‘stepping stone’ for a career in sales and marketing. At Paddington Realty, we see property management as an attractive, long-term career option in its own right.
Current Opportunities - Property Management & Leasing