Skip to main content

For Students

Finding a career can be challenging — until you find a meaningful job that’s just the right fit. If you are a recent community college graduate, residential property management (RPM) could be the first step in starting the career you have been dreaming about.

RPM has more than just one career path. If you like working with your hands, the maintenance technician track might be right for you. If you’re a people person and enjoy helping others, consider being a leasing consultant. If you’re interested in creating partnerships and delivering products and services to RPM communities, consider joining a supplier team focused on diverse areas such as utilities, financial services, and architectural design. If you have leadership experience and enjoy solving problems, learn more about residential property management positions.

RPM offers great benefits, and additional perks like reduced rent, tuition assistance, and professional credential programs, whatever path you choose to pursue.

Meet Carter

A District Manager

"If you're looking for an industry that will challenge you both behind the desk and out in the field, this is the right industry for you."

Connect With
Carter through email

or LinkedIn

 

Find Jobs in Your Area

Take the Career Quiz

Take this quick, four question quiz to see how your interests, education, and experience make you a great fit for the industry.

Find Your Calling
 

The Benefits of Working
in Residential Property Management

Benefits

In addition to higher than average salaries, careers in residential property management offer health insurance including medical, prescription drug, dental, and vision coverage; paid holidays.

Learn More

Advancement

Careers in residential property management offer many possibilities and the opportunity for lifelong learning and career development. 

Learn More

Growing Industry

There has never been a better time to start a career in residential property management (RPM).

Learn More

Team Environment

Working in a team atmosphere allows you to build strong relationships with co-workers while developing your leadership abilities.

Learn More

Working With People

No matter the career path, interpersonal relationships are essential in the apartment industry. Your interactions will range from your colleagues and residents to suppliers.

Learn More
Back to Top