As a Property Manager, you will be undertaking all aspects of day to day management of commercial, retail and residential property acting on behalf of funds, property companies, private investors etc. Property Managers are most often employed by a real estate consultancy offering a property management service to Investors for a fee.
Tasks include day to day management of properties, rent collection, service charge management, repairs and maintenance and landlord and tenant issues, etc. Property Managers will also put forward recommendations with regard to asset management initiatives. Some consultancies offer specialist property management teams who may focus on a specific property sector.
The build-to-rent (BTR) sector is the fastest-growing sector in the UK residential market. If you are a property manager or lettings manager considering a career-boosting move, how would you transition to BTR a sector set to grow to £146 bn by 2025
How to recruit talented property managers effortlessly? A new employee can make a real difference to a property management company. If that manager brings the skills you need and fits in with your organisation’s culture, a new hire can re-energise your entire team.
team. On the other hand, a poor hire can sap the life from new colleagues. In this article, we’ve put
together a blueprint to help you recruit the right candidates for your property management jobs