Getting to help residents, whether it is in the form of answering a question, or putting in a service request, is the most rewarding part of residential property management.
Without realizing it, the skills she acquired while supervising rambunctious 14-year-olds, along with other experiences, would easily translate to her positions as assistant manager and then property manager.
There are an estimated 11,000 new residential property management (RPM) jobs every year, and these jobs require talented new hires.
It’s so nice to “virtually” meet you all! I am honored to be partnering with the National Apartment Association Education Institute as an RPM Careers Ambassador. I just began my fifth year in the residential property management industry. So far, I’ve worked as a leasing consultant, assistant manager, and property manager with Bell Partners in […]
The saying goes, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” When I found a career in the residential property management (RPM) industry, this sentiment turned into reality, and it can become your reality too. As a national maintenance trainer for the 13th largest property management […]
We all have to find our way in the world. As a young mother, going to college was not an option. I found myself working in a succession of unfulfilling jobs — selling fish, working retail, driving a truck, and a host of other things. One day, the leasing office at the apartment community where I lived announced that it was seeking a part–time leasing assistant on weekends and the manager asked if I could help. I jumped on the opportunity, mostly […]