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1. What factors are crucial within an organization and must be present for you to work most effectively?
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List of Property Manager Interview Questions
  1. What factors are crucial within an organization and must be present for you to work most effectively?
  2. How have you improved as a property manager over the years?
  3. Describe how you motivated a group of people to do something they did not want to do.
  4. We currently have 10 percent vacancy. How will you try to fill those spots?
  5. How did you handle a recent situation where the direction from above was unclear and circumstances were changing?
  6. When you believe an unethical issue is occurring, how do you react?
  7. When have you had contractor disputes? How do you handle them?
  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?
  9. Has there been an occasion when you refused to bow to a customer's pressure to 'bend the rules'?
  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.
  11. What was the most challenging space you've had to lease in the past? What made it a challenge?
  12. What is the most challenging thing about being a manager?
  13. What action would you take if you joined the company?
  14. 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?
  15. What methods have you found successful in determining the priorities when you start in a new facility?
  16. Give me your best talent or skill that makes you a great property manager?
  17. 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?
  18. Tell me about a time when you experienced a major change to your normal work practices. How did you handle it?
  19. Describe the work environment or culture and its management style in which you have experienced the most success.
  20. What do you know about our organization?
  21. What is your definition of empowerment?
  22. What process have you used to screen potential tenants in the past? Go through the process you had with me.
  23. Tell me about a time when you influenced the outcome of a project by taking a leadership role.
  24. If I were to interview the people who have reported to you in the past, how would they describe your management style?
  25. Tell us about an innovative idea/change that you implemented. Was it or was it not successful?
  26. Describe a time when you had to balance quality management with a challenged project schedule.
  27. Describe a time when you implemented a new idea without being asked or pursued a new opportunity that could improve the building.
  28. How do you perform when others need your guidance in a building crisis?
  29. Tell me about a time when you had to deal with conflict on the job.
  30. What is the largest building, space, that you have managed?
  31. Describe a situation when you were able to have a positive influence on the actions of others.
  32. Tell me about a time when you were particularly effective on prioritizing tasks and completing a project on schedule.
  33. Have you ever discontinued service with a vendor or contractor? How did it go?
  34. How long would it take you to make a meaningful contribution to our property?
  35. Why are you leaving your current/last job?
  36. What job duties would you like to avoid if at all possible?
  37. What do you do when priorities change quickly? Give one example of when this happened.
  38. How do you reward employees?
  39. What experience do you have handling tenants?
  40. What is the salary that you expect?
  41. What is your definition of Quality Assurance (QA), and who should be responsible for QA?
  42. Why do you want to become property manager of this building?
  43. What sort of marketing objectives did your past property employ? Which marketing initiaves did you create and start? Were they successful?
Authors:
Contributing Author
Diana D'Souza
HR Professional
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Property Manager Information
June 25th, 2017

Property managers are responsible for overseeing the everyday activities of different types of properties, from large apartment complexes to smaller solo family homes. Their exact responsibilities vary depending on the type and size of property they are managing as well as their contract. In general, property managers find and screen tenants, handle leases, collect and adjust rent, deal with complaints, handle maintenance and repairs and supervise other employees.
There are no minimum qualification requirements to become a property manager. You would, however, need to have some experience in this field. Property managers must have good leadership, organizational and management skills and an eye for details. They must be proactive in managing the property so they can thwart problems before they occur.
Prospective employers will want to know more about your work experience in this field. What kind of property did you manage? How large was it? How many residents did you have to deal with and how many employees? What makes you the right candidate for this role? You can find several more questions that are usually asked at property manager interviews when you go to Mock Questions.
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