View our top property manager interview questions, as voted on by our users! Good luck on your upcoming interview.
View our top property manager interview questions, as voted on by our users! Good luck on your upcoming interview.
1. What factors are crucial within an organization and must be present for you to work most effectively?
Concise of objectives and support.
Communication is essential for me to work effectively. Receiving information that I need to move forward on a decision or project allows me to communicate the information to others.
Having a clear understanding of what are objectives will be and putting a plan into place with a clear path to reaching the goal we have set.
Resources, such as the required equipment, literature and manpower.
THE LEADERSHIP, DECISION MAKING AND STRUCTURE, PEOPLE, WORK PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS, AND CULTURE MUST BE EFFECTIVE
2. How have you improved as a property manager over the years?
I have learned the key to effective property management is having a staff that will support your ideals and direction. Therefore, I have improved my staff relations.
Before I began property management I have always done research in ways to protect myself from a bad tenant. As recently as 2009 I joint the property investment group REIN that hold monthly meetings I attend that offers support and workshop lectures on all things related to property management and investing. I have access to lawyers and others with experience dealing with bad tenants and since it is all about property investing, how to yeild the most cash flow. I also belong to a property management association when monthly I learn about new bylaws in the area, new strategies in dealing with property management issues and create a web of support for myself. I also have access to a paralegal - I just have to email them my questions or situations. Lastly, I'm currently taking my certification for Property Management at IHM.
I have been able to understand that every day is a new experience and having worked with tenants and maintaining a good relationship with the day to day operations promotes a positive experience.
I have learned to listen with empathy, to exhibit humility when needed, follow policies and procedures, be consistent, treat each individual on a case by case basis.
I feel that I have come so far in the last few years. When I initially took the position I was doing it as a favour for my parents during university holidays, but I developed such a passion for it that I included all family properties in order to make a profit whilst doing so. My communication skills have improved vastly. At fist sometimes I struggled to understand the point of view of a tenant or landlord and my communication skills were not always up to point. Now I am always following up on queries, communicating between all 3 parties involved, landlord, tenant, builder etc and this really helps to find a quick solution to the task in hand. In addition to this my organisational skills have improved 10 fold. At first I would be overwhelmed by the amount of tasks I was given by landlords and tenants and did not know when to do what. But through experience and admittedly some mistakes I have learned prioritise and manage tasks efficiently.
3. Describe how you motivated a group of people to do something they did not want to do.
I explained the task in detail and offered rewards forthe team.
I motivated a group of people to do by giving them the befenits.
Have an upbeat attitude and tell them the importance of the project and get suggestions so they feel a part of the process.
I motivated them by letting them know if the accomplished to get so many leases they would receive a bigger insentive.
By providing an employee insentive helps employees have a goal to reach and aim for!
4. How did you handle a recent situation where the direction from above was unclear and circumstances were changing?
Describe a process you have personally created to improve your team's productivity and ability to meet its goals.
I will never attempt to resolve a situation without a clear objective. Therefore, I will seek clarity before proceeding and developing a resolution.
I was given incorrect information which made the solution impossible after careful review I was able to see the path we were on need to make a correction to obtain the results need.
Before acting, I ensure I have all the facts and understand the motive of the action. Be current with information is crucial especially if you are dealing with trades or tenants. With the LTA you better be sure you are following the act correctly especially if you plan to evict. With trades, not being clear can cost time and money and you may lose a valuable team player.
I was responsible for running a new department that had no established workplan or mission statement. I did my best to supervise staff, and implement programming in recreation.
5. We currently have 10 percent vacancy. How will you try to fill those spots?
I would come up with some type of move in specials, such as waiving the security deposit or 1st months rent. Also, advertising the specials well with banners and balloons outside the property. It always catches peoples eyes peaks curiosity.
Market the property aggressively in maintstream media outlets. Offer low cost incentives to draw in savvy, experienced renters.
I would review the current procedures in place that have proven to have produced a positive result. I would also look at what other options might be effective Internet making calls to advise we have limited space.
I will try to advertise, check the rent if it is too loo or too high than market rent, I will bring that on reasonable rent. improve landscaping and environment of the building.
Market on social media, ask reliable long term tenants if they had anyone they could refer, offer an incentive for lease agreements.
6. When have you had contractor disputes? How do you handle them?
I've experienced many contractor disputes, while at Legacy we were completing renovations and at the beginning we had many issues with turning the apartment within the 10 time frame so what I learned is during move out walks have both maintenance, had supply and a manager walk the apt before move out to ensure there are no missing pieces and if there is any additional fixes that need to be done or ordered we are aware 60 previous to move out.
I don't take it personal.I try to make the person understand by been calm and making my point.
When there has been complaints from customers regarding missed appointments. Check the contract. Ensure that what has been asked of the contractors is reasonable and within their remit to ensure it is addressed. Monitor. If it continues escalate. Monitor. If it continues to enforce the contract. This is usually done in extreme circumstances. The contract may also have financial penalties which have to be honoured.
When I formed a partnership with my father in purchasing our two properties it just so happens he is a contractor and as of now have not had any disputes.
Engage with contractor to look at the magnitute and impact of dispute.
7. When you believe an unethical issue is occurring, how do you react?
Calmly and rationally. Addressing the issue head onto resolve the issue and minimize risk.
I would look at who or what caused the issue, and intern look at what solutions within my powers to make it right.
Stop and reevaluate. Take it to my supervisor if need be.
Basically, I assume that this kind of stance is as negative reaction on an issue, hence, I need to play the role of anger management and make the customer calm as much as I can, then I discuss the issue in a professional manner.
Review policy and procedures. Speak with superiors and possibly human resources. Gather all information and take the necessary steps to resolution.
8. Describe to me the last property you managed. What did you find to be successful during that period, and what did you find that you or the company did that was unsuccessful?
Personal customer service by taking the time to listen to existing tenants needs and addressing them completely. Company was unsuccessful in increasing current tenants rental rates with too high an increase.
Achieving the highest square footage rates in the area. Not conducting corrective maintenance in a timely manner.
Brought online a shopping mall in Suisun that wasa purchased by my company.
The last property I managed was midway through lease up and we needed to ensure our deadline was met. I was successful at motivating the entire staff to meet our stellar standards to ensure the property was maintained, residents were happy and apartments were leased. I found that increasing market rents and increasing renewals to market rents going into September while other lease ups in our market was offering specials proved to be unsuccessful.
Closing the back door on the lease up vacancy was a success. We managed our expirations and had a successful campaign for resident retention. I cannot think of any unsuccessful moves we made.
9. Has there been an occasion when you refused to bow to a customer's pressure to 'bend the rules'?
No, It is best to always follow the rules and policy there for always being consistent.
No, it is best to always stay consistent and follow policy and regulations...
Yes. There are some rules that you just have to adhere to. I would make all attempts to explain why the policy/practice is a necessary evil.
Absolutely, the rules have to be the same across the board. Especially, according to fair housing rules. If I can make a reasonable accommodation, I will. However, not all requests are reasonable or ethical.
Of course. It is as simple as federal fair housing laws.
10. Rate your management skills on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 representing excellent management skills. Provide three examples from your past work experiences that demonstrate your selected number is accurate.
7.5 had employees read through employee manual, ensured timesheets were submitted in an timely manner, sought assistance from the employee relations coordinator for more sensitive staff issues.
Rate your management skills on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 representing excellent management skills. Provide three examples from your past work experiences that demonstrate your selected number is accurate.
8 maintained a 93% occupancy rate. hired sub-contractors for bldg. Renovation projects. increased property revenue by 17% in less than 18 mos.
I would rate my management skills a 7 out of 10. There is plenty for me to learn. In the past, I have given direction to co-workers when needed. Whether that was for steps to take in order to get something done the correct way or just how to properly approach a guest. I have had to manage myself personally when I was selling cars. That industry is a very "On your own" type environment until it was time to close the sale. Driving forklift was floor management. I was in charge of the logistics on the warehouse floor. It was my job to make sure everything got where it needed to be on time and in the right places.
8 1. Brought online 2 shopping centers for past employer 2. Mytenants love me (I have letters and emails of them saying goodbye) 3 I was the key person brought in when accounts were failing or on the verge of walking. I went in and saved them.
11. What is the most challenging thing about being a manager?
Writing up an employee for their poor performance.
Disciplining staff and evicting tenants.
I would have to say you must be able to resolve issue in timely manner and produce a result that will work for all parties every day there is a new issue and you must be able to be good at getting the day to day business handled.
Disciplining employees who are poor performers.
Insubordinate employees, managing time and workload, working overtime.
12. What action would you take if you joined the company?
Learn how the company model is run to start with and if needed adapt myself to this model and/or make suggestions that would increase productivity.
I would find my strong suites withing the organization so I can be an assesst and also find what I need to learn more on so that I can continue my growth.
I will get the job done. I am honest, I am professional. I am experienced and versital.
Figuring out how I can be the best and encourage direct and indirect team members to do the same.
Get to know my staff and listen to their suggestions. Know my property inside out. Introduce myself to my residents in a community letter and know who my co workers are so when in need I can count on them.
13. Describe a scenario where you had to balance competing customer demands with project constraints. How did you ensure customer satisfaction while maintaining the goals of the project?
Managers who balance competing goals.
I sought conflict resolution with supervisor, had humility to apologize, kept open lines of communication with parents, had team meetings, sought intervention.
Gave them other options as well as explained the contraints. Most of my tenants are reasonable.
A previous scenario I experienced was trying to obtain a desired occupancy rate by a certain date, but my prospect wanted to move in at a later date. First, proper information gathering is needed. Every situation is different and may need to be approached differently. I was able to offer this resident a reduction on his deposit to save him the difference and still have him occupy the apartment within the required time frame.
Always give 100% customer service. Maintain work orders within a 24 hour period. Maintain a beautiful and well kept property. Maintain a community feel by holding resident functions on a regular basis. The little things matter and add up to very big things.
14. What methods have you found successful in determining the priorities when you start in a new facility?
Review policies and procedures manuals, ask staff questions, have orientation, develop a work plan, keep a work log.
I believe I have lots to learn about this from the colleagues I might have in this job. Determining priorities is so important and is based on the philosophy of the company I work for.
Look at what you need to work efficiently remove all clutter make a plan.
Meeting the staff, walking the building/s, speaking with tenants, reviewing leases and budgets.
Thoroughly walking the property, auditing files, reviewing office procedures and auditing expenses. Team meetings with the staff to gather information and set expectations.
15. Give me your best talent or skill that makes you a great property manager?
Good listening skills and empathetic way of explainingthe rules to residents. I enjoy building relationships.
My passion for real estate and my need to continuously learn more about it.
Organized, resourceful and treat others the way I want to be treated.
I believe my best talent is my diversity. I am able to transition from any task or relationship with ease.
I love dealing with people.
16. What is your definition of empowerment?
The ability to deal with or take control of a situation
Providing the tools, skills and ability to meet challenges of the job.
Feeling the freedom, will and desire to accomplish something.
Empowerment is giving people you work with the necessary tools to complete all tasks at hand with competency and in a timely manner. Empowerment enables one to make decisions and improve on their problem solving, service and performance.
To give someone the knowledge / motivation to do something.
17. What was the most challenging space you've had to lease in the past? What made it a challenge?
Really large space during a down time.
Working in a price conscious market and leasing a premium apartment, when less expensive apartments were available.
A 15000 sq. Ft office space located in basement of a building. It was originally meant to be a warehouse but later changed to be used for office.
18. What do you know about our organization?
I did some research and know the names of the CEO and top executives and the company culture.
They originated in the UK and now round one in the us. This is a concierge service for PM
I completed some research regarding your organization. I have found that you're a reputable company have good employee reviews. I see that you're based in Palo Alto and have properties throughout the West coast including Washington. I also, found that you're a publicly traded company, which is different from my current company and exciting.
That you manage several properties in the LA area, and that you rented this conference room.
It deals in among other things commercial property management.
19. Describe the work environment or culture and its management style in which you have experienced the most success.
I have excelled in structured environments.
I am most productive in a pleasant but structured atmosphere, I believe in being a participative manager , it shows your willing to do whatever it takes to get the job at hand completed. It builds successful teamwork.
Teaching the proper skills and trusting that they will make the correct decisions.
Management providing clear direction, realistic goals and leadership with no micro management.
Where I am left to get my work done. Not overloaded. Not chaotic.
20. Describe a recent project where you were responsible for managing multiple people or teams. What were some of the key challenges and how did you handle those challenges?
My day to day function of case management employed me with the task of managing multiple people. The challenge was getting everyone to adhere to the deadline and requirements of the program. I accomplished effective management through constant communication and reminders of the objective.
Metrocenter I was responsible for managing multiple people to complete the $1 million renovation on time and within budgeted amounts. Unexpected expenses were expensed against account codes that were unnecessarily budgeted.
As a teacher, I am responsible for managing students on a daily basis. Being able to differentiate to each students needs is a requirement. Before teaching, I worked to plan events and meetings for national organizations. Working with the leader of the organization, as well as their staff or volunteer committees, required being able to facilitate bringing different ideas to a final successful resolution.
Online of shopping center. challenges were making sure hte billing and funds transfer was accurate. Making sure all of the paperwork estoppells were in. Transfering all utilities and services to new firm. Challenges was to be organized. I used intricate spreadsheets to keep it all accurate.
Managing a team member who was not successful with another team and was transferred to my team. This team member's ethics were not ideal, however had great property management knowledge and leasing skills. The team member's ethics effected the leasing team and maintenance team. I found strengths in this team member and gave her tasks according to those strengths. I also found ways to motivate her to do the things she did not want to do.
21. What process have you used to screen potential tenants in the past? Go through the process you had with me.
Asking questions about their needs, evaluating the rental application for thoroughness, credit andbackground screening, screening employment andrental history.
Interview, application, credit check, doc sign.
We utilize real page for application screening and I ensure all fair housing laws are being abided by.
Instinct plays heavily on the process. Thereafter I rely on visual cues as well asking unorthodox questions that reveal a deeper understanding of the individual.
1. Do a desktop check on their background 2. Interview them directly to gather more information 3. Get their identification documents such as passport/ID or certificate of incorporation 4. Determine their credit worth in terms of rent payment (based on their previous places). 5. Understand the nature of their business and their clients 6. Get their certificate of good conduct and other compliance certificates. 7. Get proof that they can pay rent without fail.
22. Tell me about a time when you experienced a major change to your normal work practices. How did you handle it?
Applied myself by working extra hours and taking on additional responsibilities.
Fine, I picked it up and moved forward keeping goals in mind.
Previously, I lost 50% of my team. We were short staffed, until we were able to hire new team members. I picked up additional tasks and ensured all work was completed.
A complete uprooting from one location to another with very little notice. I made it work. I went straight to work on coordinating logistics to make it happen.
I was relocated from one office/building to another. I adopted by making friends at my station within a short time.
23. Tell me about a time when you influenced the outcome of a project by taking a leadership role.
Gym completing took place because I picked it up and got it done.
A resident caught his apartment on fire and it occurred on the weekend when my manager was out. I reached out to necessary restoration vendors, reviewed policies, communicated with all parties including residents and insurance companies. Informed property manager.
There are too many to note.
I participated in design of a fit out plan for a new office. My input in regards to safety, ventilation and space optimization were incorporated by the architect and implemented.
24. If I were to interview the people who have reported to you in the past, how would they describe your management style?
Team motivator , team developer,
My style is an objective approach. I understand the goals of my employees and figure out how I can help them best.
Listen first then find a solution. They would say I was fair and open minded while being positive and energetic.
They all would like me. I am easy going. I have learned with experience I need to slow down and give clear direction and make sure they repeat it back to me. I check in regularly, but try to give them space to have ownership over their own projects.
I believe they would describe my style as patient and empowering.
25. Tell us about an innovative idea/change that you implemented. Was it or was it not successful?
Implementing of Supply of water from borehole.Successful.
Client wanted to leave. I took the initiative to bench mark other companies based on their concerns. they stayed after I put together the meeting.
Our entire company went paperless, but we have the ability to receive paper payments. We currently maintain 100% paperless payments.
Employing caretakers to replace day security guards to minimize costs.
26. Describe a time when you had to balance quality management with a challenged project schedule.
I worked overtime on my dime. My reputation, my employer reputation and satisfaction for client are improtant.
While performing granite repair in occupied apartments which was a lengthy process and we had an allotted amount of time to work in the apartment home. Attention to detail was key in this project to ensure everything was completed properly and residents were complying.
Acclimating to a new element on my work load, it took a moment to integrate the change, but through the processes I learned how to operate more efficiently.
I had contract renewal meeting with my property caretakers and at the same time I had to supervise a project miles away.
27. Describe a time when you implemented a new idea without being asked or pursued a new opportunity that could improve the building.
At my last job we had to track and account for an inventory of over one million samples. We used a database and tracked by sample type/ SampleName/ date. We were not using the Barcode number which was specific for each sample. I pushed for use of this and got some push back that it would be too hard. I began to use this as a tracking feature in the DB the group reluctantly followed and in no time realized the value. Now it is common practice in the group. At the Civic Aud. At trade shows we had a problem with electrical outlets and blowing breakers form over loading circuits. Nothing was labeled or mapped so we had to have 2 people to hunt for the source of blown breaker; with radios, one at the booth and another to track the line back to the source. Then it was a matter of flipping switches and calling back and forth until we found it. I stared marking the circuits with tape and a pen and labeling the breakers so I could work alone if needed. My boss saw me doing this one day and asked what I was doing. I explained and I saw the lights go on in his eyes. He ordered me to stop it but the next staff meeting he informed the group that circuit mapping and labeling would be a new way of operating.
Halloween party and decor for tenants.
With our building style, our community smoke detectors can go off and alert the entire community to evacuate as a fire safety precaution if any smoke is detected. I implemented clear communication of how the smoke detectors work with all new residents to educate them on how the alarms work. To diffuse upset residents in the future and lessen the amount of alarms being set off.
I instituted recycling. Whilst I didn't ask, the system was met with respect and gratitude.
Conducting building inspections to identify areas that require repairs.
28. How do you perform when others need your guidance in a building crisis?
I can focus and multi task whilst under pressure. Such as investigating an activated fire alarm and assessing whether all persons need to be evacuated from the building. If so prior knowledge of procedures is always a sure-fire way of keeping a calm demeanour in the midst of a crisis.
Fine... Calm. I make sure I find those who know more than me and everyone is notifiied.
Respectful, understanding and firm.
I function very well under pressure and stress. When others are in distress it is always my effort to be a point of calmness and security.
I quickly identify the problem and its root cause, then call the relevant technician to attend to it as I organize the necessary payment options.
29. Tell me about a time when you had to deal with conflict on the job.
Tell me about a time where you had to deal with conflict on the job.
If I have a conflict I resolve it. If I cannot I take it to my supervisor.
I have dealt with miscommunication between the leasing team and maintenance team. I communicated standards to each team and held a team meeting.
Tenant to tenant conflict. I problem solved with fairness and kindness to all parties and resolution was achieved.
Two of my property caretakers had quarreled over a debt between them.
30. What is the largest building, space, that you have managed?
Single complex was a 15,000 SF commercial office complex.
I have worked at a community with 498 apartment homes.
31. Describe a situation when you were able to have a positive influence on the actions of others.
A few months ago my previous employer started working with a charity called student minds, to launch partnership we voted to run a 100hrs challenge, where we had to raise $100+ during the campaign one of my tenants came to thank me for introducing the charity in to the community as he finally found someone who could help.
I am able to put people at ease and make people smile, by my positive and upbeat attitude.
I motivated my caretakers to join a sacco and start saving.
32. Tell me about a time when you were particularly effective on prioritizing tasks and completing a project on schedule.
I list all the tasks that I need to complete, and priortize the most essential tasks that I needed in order to complete a project on schedule.
The first thing I did was to write down all the tasks that I needed to complete, then I prioritized them according to relevance to the project on schedule.
At times, I work in the office by myself, so prioritizing tasks and completing projects is something I do regularly. If I have a project that needs to be done. I make it a priority to complete, because my day can change at any moment. Some days I have to complete Month End and run the property. I will respond to emails or other tasks while reports are being processed and complete all necessary tasks of Month End in between.
Every time I coordinate a project this is the goal.
33. How long would it take you to make a meaningful contribution to our property?
That is hard to say. Immediate meaningful contribution would be the fact that the site supervisors and admin staff have someone with my knowledge to come to with their problems. In the long run working with admin to set up a stable operational plan to manage the sites would be a goal.
Given the right training and resources a month or two.
Imediately. I prefer to jump in and help and learn.
I believe within the first thirty days I will make a difference and will only continue to grow my contribution from there. I will expect to see a more noticeable difference within six to twelve months.
I would say within a day or so. But this is depends on what you define as meaningful.
34. Have you ever discontinued service with a vendor or contractor? How did it go?
Most of the vendors or contractors we use have a 30 day notice to stop service. I make sure I put it in writing and then folow up with a phone call.
Yes, just explain that their services were no longer needed.
Yes. It went fine. I never let them go unless there was a reason. However, I always made sure I had a contingency plan.
Yes, I have. At times, if I am switching to another vendor due to pricing, our current vendor may adjust their pricing to keep our business. I have never experienced a negative discontinuation of service with a vendor. I maintain a respectful relationships with all vendors.
Yes. It went fine. Through use of diplomacy and tact the relationship ended peacefully.
35. Why are you leaving your current/last job?
I require employment that has stability and security.
I feel a need to start focussing more on career goals rather than just working day to day.
My original goal was to change careers into property management when I moved back here last summer. After realizing that it was going to take more time to achieve that goal, I took my current job to satisfy income needs. As soon as I am able to land a career in my desired industry, I will persue it.
My property is for sale and I am looking to further my career.
36. What do you do when priorities change quickly? Give one example of when this happened.
I quickly pick up the new priority and run. I explain if needed that I have to shift gears. Example: Taking care of a client move when all of a sudden there is a water leak. Water comes first. Most people understand this.
I have experienced emergencies happen onsite. Which require immediate attention. At times, projects need to be stopped. I experienced a resident that drove into an apartment home. Everything I was doing at that moment, needed to be stopped and I had to deal with the driver and residents.
I make it work. It happens every day.
I adapt. Example is when I had to do sales job when we didn't have a sales person.
37. What job duties would you like to avoid if at all possible?
I would like to avoid hearing tenants complain and I would do this by finding ways to negate any possible complaint.
Having to explain yourself when something has gone wrong. It is both embarrassing and unprofessional.
Honestly there is none, because starting at an entry level position I liked to see how everything was done.
Cleaning low income residential.
I enjoy the multiple hats property managers are able to wear. I enjoy performing all tasks. However, reprimanding employees may be necessary, but it is my least favorite task. I enjoy when people, do what they're supposed to do.
38. How do you reward employees?
Putting some incentive Scheme on performance basis.
Reward them through pay is the easy option but not always afford in which occational flexie hrs without compromising on productivity.
I like to create some routine to keep myself efficient. I start my day early, listen to the developments of the day on my drive to work.
Work hard play hard give the employee incentives and have them compete against each other to gain that incentive then also have an overall team incentive.
Treats - lunch, praise, I let my supervisor know.
39. What experience do you have handling tenants?
I have had experience in working to resolve issues from A-Z.
My experience includes interviewing and finding qualified canidates to sublet my apartment before I moved and with adding qaulified tentants to my lease to fill a house I was renting and in one case, removing a tenant from the lease to be filled by a more qaulified applicant.
I have previously rented rooms in my own home which entailed collecting monthly rent and negotiating agreements.
I have over ten years of customer service experience, which is a strength of mine. I have been experiencing residents for the last five years. I can honestly say that it has been enjoyable, due the challenges residents create in handling situations professionally and being able to satisfy them as well. I am an expert at dealing with residents in positive and negative situations.
What experience do I NOT have handling tenants.
40. What is the salary that you expect?
I expect a salary range between 60 and 70 thousand dollars.
I have done some research of similar position, an the range between $37k to $50k all depending on location. Is this the range you have budgeted?
Based on the industry remuneration standards.
41. What is your definition of Quality Assurance (QA), and who should be responsible for QA?
My defination for Quality Asurance is always prioratize and keep organized.
Quality Assurance are the checks and balances put in place by a client to ensure satisfactory performance by the person and/or comapany on the contract.
My definition QA relating to property managment, is ensuring customer satisfaction from their intial contact all the way through to signing the lease and to the end of lease with us.
Quality assurance is the highest standard of service. Everyone is responsible for that.
Quality assurance is the ability to maintain exceptional level of quality and everyone is accountable for quality assurance.
42. Why do you want to become property manager of this building?
I enjoy working with a great team to provide leadershipgoals and meet the demands of building loyal residents.
I have always enjoyed the social interaction with guests in a hotel environment and I do excel in being an organized, systematic, patient, motivated, confident and a hard worker. I also possess excellent written and oral communication skills, strong leadership skills, analytical and problem solving skills, good customer service skills and multi-tasking skills. I work well under pressure,
To better myself and to help this company succeed. I also love working with people and this position is exactly what suits me.
I am here to work. The building speaks for itself. It is professional and requires someone with a professional approach... That is me.
I possess the skills, experience and motivation that are required for this position. I also believe I will fit in beautifully and be a great addition to your team. I have prior lease up experience. I am extremely detailed oriented and proactive. I am an extremely caring individual and will ensure the job is done properly.
43. What sort of marketing objectives did your past property employ? Which marketing initiaves did you create and start? Were they successful?
Marketing that is least expensive. I came up with marketing strategies tha would save money and generatepotential income such as including appliance rentalfees in the rent. We increase NOI and satisfied residents.
Digital marketing, Facebook, LinkedIn, to date website.
I worked shortly as a marketing representative for the Fairfield. I was able to perform outreach marketing and was proven successful in social media marketing. Also, Yelp is highly utilized in our market, so I pushed for our residents and prospects to submit their reviews.
1. Direct emails, 2. Referrals, 3. Advertising on various marketing platforms.