Property Manager Resume Sample

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Property Manager

  • Orchestrated a property overhaul to include overdue inspections, file audits, staff training, and gaining resident trust.
  • Maintained accurate and impressive financial statements and files.
  • Maintained occupancy of 95 – 100%, maintained low delinquent rents of less than 4%.
  • Presented an excellent image of the company and its services to customers, coordinated, and communicated well with clientele and management at all levels.

Property Manager

  • Assist in the performance of all necessary functions to facilitate tenant move-outs including; sending lease termination instructions, providing tenants with their security deposit estimate, ensuring property keys are returned upon vacating and all utilities are in good standards.
  • Drafting memos and making phone calls to tenants related to lease issues and preventative maintenance scheduling.
  • These calls may also include inquiries related to rent collection.
  • Issuing keys to technicians, vendors, and agents. Logging said keys out/in, and ensuring all keys are returned.

Property Manager

  • Maintains property by investigating and resolving tenant complaints; enforcing rules of occupancy; inspecting vacant units and completing repairs; planning renovations; contracting with landscaping and snow removal services.
  • Attracts tenants by advertising vacancies; obtaining referrals from current tenants; explaining advantages of location and services; showing units.
  • Maintains building systems by contracting for maintenance services; supervising repairs.
  • Secures property by contracting with security patrol service; installing and maintaining security devices; establishing and enforcing precautionary policies and procedures; responding to emergencies.

Property Manager

  • Daily I accomplish all financial objectives with focus on collecting rents, paying bills, forecasting requirements, preparing a monthly budget and analyzing variances.
  • With an average occupancy of 97% I increase rentals with product knowledge and aggressive marketing tactics.
  • I service my property by investigating and resolving tenant complaints, enforcing occupancy rules, inspecting vacant units, planning renovations and contracting with landscaping and snow removal services.

Property Manager

  • Responsible for all daily administrative duties to ensure successful operation of the asset; including, but not limited to move ins and move outs, bank deposits, voucher processing and posting, resident relations, work order generation, reporting requirements as established by corporate personnel, and a variety of other tasks.
  • Operate within established budget constraints which equates to positive Net Operating Income monthly, quarterly, and annually.
  • Maintain resident files according to regulations set forth by both Section 8 and LIHTC requirements.
  • Develop team members through individualized education, scheduled trainings, and partnering with other team members at sister properties.
  • Generate, review, and execute all Enterprise Income Verification reports in accordance with HUD regulations.

Property Manager

  • As a property manager my responsibilities are to run and maintain the property, while making sure I also provide excellent customer service.
  • Daily duties consist of renting units, selling merchandise, preparing and reviewing lease with customers, making calls to customers regarding their account and collection calls.
  • Also making sure the property is well kept, customer ready.

Property Manager

  • Ensure resident satisfaction at all times by responding courteously, promptly and professionally to resident’s needs.
  • Ensure professional management and development of leasing/marketing staff, and property maintenance personal.
  • Prepare monthly financial reports and prepare quarterly report for audits.
  • Responsible for the collection, processing, and validation of federal affordable housing paperwork.
  • Assists in legal proceedings as needed, judgment filings, writs and preparation of exhibits as necessary.

Property Manager

  • Controlled monthly budget expense control increasing year end net operating income.
  • Approve and sign all applications, move-out dispositions, invoices, and Onesite input.
  • Maintain marketing and promotional efforts to ensure adequate traffic and leasing activity.
  • Responsible for the coordination of leasing events such as open house, monthly community meetings and resident functions.

Property Manager

  • Planned, scheduled, and coordinated general maintenance, major repairs, and remodeling or construction projects for commercial properties.
  • Managed and oversaw operations, maintenance, administration, and improvement of commercial properties.
  • Responded timely and courteously to problems and requests of tenants.

Property Manager

  • Present and prepare annual budgets and monthly reports to owners and stakeholders with detailed financial analysis.
  • Oversee management and operation of a commercial asset with a $2.4M budget.
  • Reduce expenses, increase rents, to increase NOI and property value.
  • Negotiate service agreements, select contractors and suppliers, provide quality control oversight, and implement cost reduction initiative, review and measure compliance.

Property Manager

  • Maintain in-depth knowledge of competition through consistent evaluation of market conditions and trends.
  • Achieve the highest possible net operating income by implementing cost control and revenue improvement programs.
  • Monitor and document all income, including delinquencies.
  • Handle customer complaints personally to verify they are properly handled.

Property Manager

  • Meet with prospective tenants to show properties, explain terms of occupancy, and provide information about local areas.
  • Direct collection of monthly assessments, rental fees, deposits, and payment of insurance premiums, mortgage, taxes, and incurred operating expenses.
  • Act as liaisons between on-site managers or tenants and owners.
  • Investigate complaints, disturbances and violations and resolve problems following management rules and regulations.

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