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It’s a strange conundrum, because while the job may sometimes seem a little thankless (imagine people only wanting a piece of you when they’re upset about something), basically, when the phone doesn’t ring…it means I’m a total stud in the world of property management.
No matter what the size of their portfolio, a property manager must wear a great many professional hats: human resources pro, administrator, mediator, organizer, social director, project manager, sounding board—sometimes even therapist. An on-site manager has more than his or her share of responsibilities.
The day to day struggles and giggles of a Hawaii Property Manager.
A property manager is a third party who is hired to handle the daily operations of a real estate investment. They can manage all types of properties, from single family homes to large apartment complexes.
A property manager is responsible for the maintenance and management of a physical building or property. There are two types of managers: residential and commercial. The specific tasks required in these two types of roles are different, but the overall position requirements are the same.
So often property management is viewed as a stepping stone into sales, but the reality is that property management is a specialist area of the real estate industry.