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Based on 2,600 responses, the job of Property Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.91 out of 5. On average, Property Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Property Manager?

June 2015
"Publick communication."
Property Manager:
To follow-up on requests newer to demand and get every thing you do in writing.
June 2015
"Bad Boss."
Property Manager:
Make sure it is a reputable company that takes care of their employees with an office assistant, health insurance, 401k, dental, vision, a fair salary, and free rent if you live on premises.
July 2015
"A roller coaster ride."
Property Manager:
Pros: Helping people and assuring in finding their perfect home.
Cons: Unappreciative people that are never happy.
August 2015
"Rewarding & fast paced."
Property Manager:
Pros: Helping all cloents, both tenants and landlord to find stabilty & sucess. Having the abilty to organise and multitask several departments throughout one day (accounts, property manage - permanent, commercial and holiday)
Cons: Taking over from a previous manager, where little problem solving/conflict resolution took place and accounts were not cleared.
September 2015
Property Manager:
Set good bounderies for yourself and go with your gut when interviewing. Be prepared for people who don't believe rules apply to them. Know the rental laws.
September 2015
"I love the interaction with people."
Property Manager:
Pros: Able to multi task - the change and difference a day makes - interaction with people/residents.
Cons: None.
September 2015
"Property Mangement review."
Property Manager:
Pros: The Monday to Friday 9-5:30 hours.
Cons: Dealing with difficult clients, trying to sort maintenance jobs.