Ref ID: 02843632
Classification: Accounting Clerk
Compensation: $65000.00 to $80000.00 yearly
Commercial Property Manager Duties and Responsibilities
Commercial property managers are often the go-to contact for tenants and potential tenants. They may be responsible for creating and signing lease documents, updating leases before they expire, and showing available spaces to businesses seeking commercial space. In some cases, they are also responsible for negotiating lease terms, establishing expectations for the tenant and property management company, and updating leases to attract and retain quality tenants.
Direct Maintenance Activities
Commercial property managers are also responsible for conducting maintenance and cleaning activities and working with third-party service providers to repair and maintain crucial building systems like HVAC, plumbing, and electric. They may negotiate and prepare contracts for long-term maintenance activities and individual projects and often supervise maintenance projects to ensure that they are completed according to expectations.
Report Financial Information
For commercial property managers who work for larger property management companies, reporting financial information can be an important part of the job. Commercial property managers may gather financial data and prepare reports on budgets, occupancy, and overhead costs to help support decision-making and ensure profitability. They may also submit monthly or annual reports on property income and tenant payments.
Market Commercial Spaces
Many commercial property managers are also tasked with marketing available commercial spaces to potential clients. This helps to ensure that commercial properties are not sitting empty and that commercial spaces are generating revenue. Commercial property managers may advertise available spaces in local publications or online and post signage advertising information about spaces for rent.
Manage Cash Flow
In addition to reporting on financial information, commercial property managers also take an active role in cash flow management, establishing budgets and identifying opportunities to reduce overhead costs. They may analyze tenant trends and leases to generate ideas to enhance income and are also frequently responsible for collecting rent payments and paying subcontractors.
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- 5+ years of property management experience
- AA or BS/BA in Accounting or related field preferred
- Spreadsheet and ERP system experience is a plus
- Ability to multitask efficiently and prioritize work
- General familiarity with Multi-Tenant
- Deep understanding of Property Inspections
- Property Management experience highly desired
- Quality experience with Commercial Leasing
- Property Budgets experience preferred
- Property insurance experience preferred
- Well-founded grasp of Multi-Tenant
- Proven knowledge of Construction Projects
- Practical knowledge of Commercial Leasing
- Comprehensive knowledge of Commercial Property Management
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