Regional Property Manager – Minneapolis, MN

Position: Regional Property Manager

Location: Minneapolis, MN

The Regional Property Manager will be responsible for managing a diverse portfolio of conventional apartment communities while meeting financial goals for the portfolio and developing strategic initiatives for ensuring growth of net operating income.

  • Responsible for identifying issues and developing resolutions of physical issues
  • Developing aggressive and effective marketing solutions
  • Recruiting, training, and development of site staff
  • Ensuring all reporting is complete and accurate
  • Must ensure all policies and procedures are adhered to at all properties within their portfolio
  • Visit properties to inspect physical appearance as well as performance of the property
  • Demonstrate strong professionalism and integrity while representing Company

Job Description:

This person will be responsible for reviewing and understanding company operations and risk management objectives for a large real estate portfolio in multiple states.  Duties also include conducting on-site surveys to identify physical hazards and evaluating controls; reviewing how properties are currently maintained and making recommendations for improvement plus developing and implementing an education program for staff.

Company Info:

Company is one of the leading multifamily housing development and property management companies nationwide. They manage a diverse portfolio of properties totaling over 35,000 units in 20+ states.  The Company’s values are built upon the company’s mission and vision, and include creating long-term value, integrity, developing people, and growth.

Key Requirements:

  • The ideal candidate must have a proven track record of success in overseeing a portfolio of six or more properties (2+ years of experience as multi-site supervisor required)
  • Track record of  leadership experience to include sales training, goal setting, and performance management.
  • Strong experience with compliance, file audits, and file approvals
  • Strong reporting, analytical, budgeting, problem solving, and supervisory skills, as well as solid technology skills and the ability to multi-task

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