Question by  Brit (19)

What does a property manager do?

I need a job and I saw an ad for a property manager.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

A property manager is essentially in charge of a condominium/apartment building, by hiring contractors, collecting rent, getting new tenants, etc.


Answer by  patti (29325)

A property manager oversees property for an absent owner. This might be apartments, rentals or commercial properties. Maintenance, staff management, and leases are usually the responsiblity of the property manager.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

A property manager shows apartments and properties to prospective renters. They do background checks and credit history checks of those interested in renting the property. They ensure that rent is collected. When someone gives notice they are leaving, the property manager arranges pictures of the property and then has it cleaned so it can be re-leased.


Answer by  dpauleyii (843)

Property managers are usually hired for an apartment complex. They usually take leasing applications for new apartments, deal with the delinquent rent payments, and exiting renters. There are several facets to this job including keeping the residence happy and scheduling maintenance. Each place may have different requirements so you may want to call for a formal job description.


Answer by  SIDDHU (861)

Property manager job is with real estate company. He has to look after the projects by verifying that all the documents relating to the property are genuine. He has to also deal with customers explaining them about the property.


Answer by  reddeb96701 (494)

A property manager generaly shows property that is for rent or lease to potential tenants. They prepare the paper work for leases and make sure the property is maintained. They arrage for the owner to get paid.

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