Supervises leasing processes for the community, ensuring that all documentation is executed and maintained according to procedures. Reviews rent decisions. Ensures that leasing staff comply with Fair Housing laws.
Reviews renewals, creates retention strategies and executes plans to optimize occupancy. Initiates eviction proceedings by providing necessary documentation to Property Accountants.
Conducts regular and routine property inspections, recording deficiencies and taking necessary remedial action within budget constraints.
Manages apartment community budgets for prospective years. Manages property against budget throughout the year and accounts for variances.
Markets the apartment community, ensuring optimum curb appeal. Evaluates the competition and develops plans to reduce vacancies.
Manages retention of community financial documents, including payroll records. Approves expenditures and invoice payment and processes in a timely manner.
Oversees community maintenance functions, working closely with community maintenance staff, to ensure quality unit turns and prompt resolution of resident maintenance requests of complaints.
Maintains excellent relationships through responsive communication with residents to optimize their confidence in the community as a clean, safe and well-maintained community. Maintains professional relationships with associates, applicants, visitors and representatives of other companies.
Performs standard supervisory functions including hiring staff, assigning work, and training, providing feedback, disciplining staff, developing staff, and terminating staff.
Models Company core values for staff and residents. Enforces Company policies.
Schedules direct reports to ensure coverage for routine maintenance, routine coverage and emergency response.
Prepares activity reports and management reporting to ensure that investors/owners are fully briefed on community operation and financial measures.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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Required Advanced Attention to detail Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Excel Microsoft Word Preferred Property Accounting Software
Required Leader Team Player Dedicated Preferred Innovative
High School or better.
Required Property Management experience with responsibilities at multiple sites. Less than 3 years: Demonstrative financial skills to produce accurate property financial reports. Demonstrated Interpersonal savvy to develop rapport with residents, staff and property investors. Preferred Knowledge of residential property management laws. Understanding of how to successfully market and build demand for apartments within Baltimore area. Associated topics: business, corporate, director, facilities, lead, manage, management, manager facilities, operations manager, supervisor
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