A Property Manager, either independently, for an agency or another company, is responsible for the rental and maintaining of buildings and premises. Negotiation, along with market prices evaluation and special features analysis are very important parts of the job of Property Manager. The Property Manager as to play the role of link between the owner and the renter of the property he is in charge of.
Property Managers are often very mobile, and spend as much time, if not more, on the move meeting prospects, clients and financers than at their office taking care of the related paper work. As much as expert in Property matters, a Property Manager needs to very skilled communication wise as it is a very big part of the job.
A Property Manager takes in charge a physical location, such as land, a house, a flat, a building, etc. and is responsible for marketing it in order to have it rented. In order to be efficient, it is usually required from Property Managers:
• Have great communication skills and be able to persuade and use diplomacy
• Have a good knowledge of the property market
• Be able to work independently
• Be geographically mobile