Apartment communities don’t run themselves. It takes a team of talented, creative, and passionate people to recruit residents, take care of their needs, ensure that everything in their homes works properly, and make the community a welcoming place — all while keeping things on track financially.
That’s where residential property management (RPM) comes in. Across the U.S., millions of employees are working as a team to make these communities successful, and thousands of new workers are hired each month. These include:
- Community managers who lead the team, oversee operations and services, and manage finances
- Leasing consultants who recruit new residents and assist current ones
- Maintenance technicians who keep everything in working order
- Product and service providers who supply and support the communities
Demand for apartments — and for the jobs to support those communities — is growing rapidly. Find the information, resources, and tools you need to get started in an exciting and rewarding RPM career by learning more about:
- The types of jobs available
- The advantages of an RPM career
- How to find and apply for jobs
- How to sign up to receive career insights and job alerts
The industry supports12.3
million jobs nationwide.
There will be demand for an additional4.6
million new apartment homes by 2030, requiring new talent to manage and maintain them.
The industry creates an estimated11,000
new property management jobs each year.