After you’ve begun to establish your Property Management Business, you’ll want to start seeking to hire Property Managers. When you are seeking to hire/develop Property Managers you’ll want to consider the qualifications and duties of your potential employee.


  • Have successfully completed real estate courses for the state your business is in,  and possess a minimum of a Sales Associate Real Estate license
  • Be professional and present himself/herself well
  • Be a take-charge individual
  • Have Reliable transportation
  • Be self-motivated
  • Be willing to pitch in and do whatever is needed
  • Be willing to work as a 1099 Real Estate Professional
  • Be able to manage multiple clients and be detail oriented
  • Salary is based on Commission


  • Responsible for all aspects of property management
  • Performs inspections on vacant units
  • Oversees readying units for rental
  • Conducts Lease negotiation and preparation
  • Issues all appropriate notices
  • Places signs and lockboxes
  • Performs interior and exterior inspections
  • Makes claims on security claims
  • Meets with prospective owners and tenants
  • Places rental properties on website and different internet marketing sites
  • Ensures background checks are conducted on prospective tenants
  • Is responsible for client service satisfaction