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Careers in Residential Property Management

What does it mean to have one of the many careers within Residential Property Management?


It means your flexibility, problem solving and people skills will be keys to your success.

It means every work day will look different than the last.

It means the opportunity to quickly gain impressive experience in a stable and thriving industry.

It means on-the-job training, diverse career options and exceptional room for growth.

And with the opportunity to live onsite, it means finding a career you can call home.


See a full list of current openings


Find a career you can call home


Community Manager

Oversee daily operations of the community with responsibility for its revenue. The most successful candidate has good communication skills, deals well with people and is able to make sound decisions in stressful situations. Site managers are the liaison between the community and the ownership. They have multi million dollar assets in their care and are faced with protecting their value.

Leasing Consultant

Market, tour and lease apartment homes to maintain community occupancy goals and to help residents find their ideal homes. Leasing consultants represent the brand of the property by becoming the face of the community to the general public. The most successful candidate has a propensity toward sales and is both social and professional.


Keep the community looking its best while typically enjoying better hours than many careers. The most successful candidate will have a good attitude, attention to detail, be self-motivated and take pride in the community's appearance. The caretaker's work provides the first impression that can make a break someone's decision to move in and is key to resident retention.

Maintenance Technician

Oversee the physical property; help to maintain the budget through effective and efficient processes; plan and implement preventative maintenance. Maintenance Technicians are the eyes and ears of the community. The most successful candidate will have or develop a diverse background in repair and maintenance as well as strong customer service.


Running in Heels: Residential property management is an outstanding field for women. Running in Heels takes a brief, personal look into the female leadership in this industry.





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