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Property Manager

Property Managers supervise the leasing of rental properties on behalf of owners.

Overview

Property Managers supervise the leasing of rental properties on behalf of owners.

Day-to-day

  • accepts and lists properties and businesses for lease, conducts inspections, and advises renters on the merits of properties and businesses and the terms of lease
  • catalogues and details land, buildings and businesses for lease and arranges advertising
  • assesses renters needs and locates properties and businesses for their consideration
  • collects and holds rent monies from tenants, and remits to owner on agreed basis
  • monitors and addresses non-compliance with terms and conditions of tenancy and pursues rental arrears.

Considerations

  • requires driving
  • stressful
  • working outdoors.

Occupation snapshot
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Not available
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Moderate
Apprenticeships may be available

To become a Property Manager

  • You can work as a Property Manager without formal qualifications, however, a certificate III or IV in property services or strata community management is often required.

    Find a Certificate in Property Services

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