A Property Manager is responsible for overseeing the daily operations and maintenance of rental properties such as residential buildings, commercial spaces, or mixed-use developments. They handle various tasks, including tenant management, rent collection, property inspections, and maintenance coordination. Property Managers ensure that properties are well-maintained, meet regulatory requirements, and generate a positive return on investment for property owners.ResponsibilitiesAdvertise and market vacant rental units to attract potential tenants.Screen and select tenants through background checks, credit checks, and rental history verification.Collect and process rental payments, including late fees and security deposits.Coordinate maintenance and repairs with contractors and vendors.Conduct regular property inspections to identify maintenance needs and ensure compliance with housing standards.Enforce lease agreements and handle tenant disputes or evictions when necessary.Maintain accurate and up-to-date financial and operational records.Keep abreast of local rental market trends and adjust rental rates accordingly.
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in mechanical engineering or a related field.Strong knowledge of mechanical principles, materials, and processes.Proficiency in computer-aided design (CAD) software.Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills.Effective communication and teamwork abilities.
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