Property Managers are often seen as the ‘face’ of the property industry. Without the work and support of a residential property manager, the industry would fall flat. Vital in making sure a property holds or increases its value, their responsibilities are hugely varied, depending on the agency. They have an array of duties including: dealing with tenant, communicating with owners, handling maintenance and repairs and keeping to budget.
A career in property management guarantees a multi-faceted and varied role, wherein no two days are the same. With no weekend working, and a flat basic salary of a higher rate than those in sales and lettings receive, the role of a property manager is an attractive one. If you’re reliable, great with people and see yourself as a problem solver, then a career in property management could be for you.