A property administrator normally is employed with a large-scale commercial real estate organization. Their job is to ensure that commercial and residential buildings leased by the company are well maintained, updated, and remodeled as necessary, and that all aspects of billing and accounts are taken care of in a timely manner.
Property Administrator Tasks
Develop and maintain calendar for updating and tracking ongoing projects, like taxes, insurance and emergency call lists.
Coordinate tenant and manager requests, supply needs and maintenance schedules.
Create, organize, edit and maintain property, tenant, and related documentation.
Monitor budgets and inform property managers about available funds, creating reports for owners.