PROPERTY MANAGER - Luxury LivingPROPERTY MANAGER – Luxury Living
Pace. A sense of urgency to make things happen. Satisfaction from seeing clients get into a better situation. The feeling of being the best in your market space. Being a leader of your team.
These are the things that turn you on, that get you up and moving in the morning, that make you excited to go to work.
Right now, our client is experiencing unprecedented growth. They are established at the high end of their market segment, and uniquely positioned to differentiate themselves and take advantage of evolving demographics to continue growth for the foreseeable future. What this offers you is not just a job, but a career, the ability to get to the next level, and advance in the property management space.
What are they looking for?
- Equal parts desire and aptitude, coupled with experience as a Property Manager. A background managing a 100 to 300 unit luxury property is great, but some of their best Property Managers grew up managing more common multi-family properties, or have a background as a Sales Agent or Assistant Property Manager.
- Attention to detail. These are luxury units with discerning clients as residents. The goal is differentiation through delivering the experience. This is not your typical 8a – 5p job; it’s taking ownership and making sure things are done and done right.
- A leader for the team. You’ll manage sales agents, property technicians, and other functions.
- Sales orientation. Unlike a typical Property Manager role that is 90% operations, this is more like 50% sales and 50% operations. Success is rewarded on making sure units are utilized and satisfaction of the residents.
You find the most rewarding part of your job is doing the customer facing work, and you are mired in paying invoices and figuring pricing. What if you had a strong back office function do take care of that for you so you could spend more time with residents? Get out of chasing administrative issues and focus on delivering a great experience.
Or, you feel stuck working in a property that is “…just another apartment complex…” and want to be a part of something special, operate a place you can be proud of.
Maybe it’s professional growth, the opportunity to learn a new aspect of the business. Maybe you want to get the chance to open up a new property instead of simply operate an existing one.
The comp and benefits? Very competitive. We just went through Glassdoor and a couple salary survey sites, and from what we can see, this is a role where the best are rewarded.
If you’ve read this far, you have at least a mild curiosity. Let’s have an exploratory conversation to find out what’s important to you and how this lines up.
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