Property administrator - commercial

The tasks expected of a property manager comprise everything necessary for keeping the management going smoothly. This means: receiving and replying to enquiries from tenants and partners, collection of rent and arrears, implementation of rent regulations, handling of terminations and drafting of lease contracts, accounting and balancing, preparation of various accounts. An important part of a property manager's task is being in contact with commercial tenants whose rent terms depend on an individual lease contract. At the same time, it is important to understand that the tenant must operate their business from the lease.

Qualifications expected in a property manager:

  • either training as property manager or a background as an accountant, legal secretary, real estate agent, financial advisor etc.

  • a thorough understanding of finances and experience with numbers and balances

  • outgoing, responsible and works well in contact with many different people

  • prepared for teamwork and for assisting colleagues when necessary

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