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7 Habits of a Successful Property Manager

By Jessica Galeano

7_Habits_of_a_Successful_Property_Manager.jpgWhether you’re new to the business or have worked hard to establish yourself as a successful local resource, any good property manager will tell you that there’s always room for improvement. In fact, given the fast-paced and highly competitive nature of our industry, consistently honing your skills and service abilities is the key to setting yourself apart and positioning yourself at the head of the pack. If you’re ready to take your property management business to the next level, here are 7 habits that you’ll want to start practicing today.

Exceptional Communication

Are you doing enough to keep your colleagues and clients in the loop? Successful property managers have found a way to master communication, both internally and externally. Make openness, honesty and transparency a priority and you’ll reap the benefits of stronger, more positive relationships.

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Positive Attitude 

The housing market can be likened to a rollercoaster ride, with significant highs and nerve-wracking lows. How you manage yourself during these fluctuations can make or break your ability to do well as a property manager. Those that excel in this industry maintain a consistently positive, can-do attitude regardless of external circumstances.

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Forward-Thinking 

The property management business is evolving at a pretty fast rate. Technological advancements, such as software, mobile and cloud technology are making it easier and more efficient to operate while maintaining optimum service levels to remain competitive. Only those property managers that keep an open mind and are willing to adapt to and embrace these changes will emerge victorious in the end.

Bold Confidence 

You’ve worked hard to become a property manager and invested a lot of time and effort into mastering your craft, whether it was through classes or mentorship. Now that you’ve reached a pinnacle of your career, you should be confident enough to position yourself as a trusted resource and a knowledgeable industry provider. Doing so demonstrates to everyone with whom you interact that you are a leader and a success story.

Self-Motivation 

Who would you prefer to work with: someone who consistently does the bare minimum or someone who always strives to go above and beyond in everything they do? Obviously the latter is a more attractive option. This is a trait that a property manager should strive to achieve – the drive to rise to the challenge and the desire to get things done.

Impeccable Organization 

Without question, the property management industry is one in which chaos is the norm rather than the exception. On any given day you could be tasked with wearing 10 different hats and completing your work at a mind-boggling rate. The only way to maintain ongoing success as a property manager is to develop exceptional organizational skills.

Unwavering Commitment 

As mentioned earlier, the housing industry can be extremely volatile. The ability to dig in your heels, face the oncoming storm and push through no matter what is something that truly sets successful and profitable property managers apart from those who simply can’t handle the pressure. Be committed to reaching your goals no matter the trials and tribulations and you’ll be rewarded handsomely in the end.

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