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Utilize your enthusiastic personality and sales-minded mentality as an apartment leasing consultant. You are the first face to greet prospective residents, and you are the go-to helper for existing residents. Your exceptional customer service and attention to detail will help apartments secure new residents and increase resident retention rates.
Assistant Property Manager
Once you have some leasing experience, you can grow into a role with leadership responsibilities and team management opportunities. As the on-the-ground coordinator, assistant property managers oversee property finances, assist with leasing and marketing efforts, and serve as the “right hand man” to the community manager. Use your communication skills and sales-driven mindset to serve the apartment community.
Focused on optimizing the apartment community’s finances and functionality, the community manager is a leader who mentors, motivates and manages his or her teams. You are a self-starter and team leader who is responsible for the stability and moral of the internal team and external community. Typical duties include overseeing budgets and expenses, increasing income, managing human resources and developing employees.
Regional Property Manager
Use your leasing, community and leadership experience as a regional property manager, overseeing leaders at numerous properties across Texas. Your ultimate goal is to drive success throughout your communities, and you accomplish this through leadership, mentorship and process optimization. Bringing together a passion for sales, marketing and customer service, regional property managers should be organized, confident and communicative.