The role of our asset managers consists of making higher level decisions that will positively impact and create value for their assigned properties. As an asset manager, you will work directly with your on-site managers to achieve set goals, report to higher management, and will be required to periodically travel to do site visits.
On-site property managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a single property, or a portfolio of properties in the area. To ensure that the property is well-maintained, on-site managers routinely inspect the grounds, facilities, and equipment to determine whether maintenance or repairs are needed. They meet with current tenants to handle requests for repairs or to resolve complaints. They also meet with prospective tenants to show vacant homes. In addition, on-site managers enforce the terms of rental or lease contracts along with an association’s governing rules. They make sure that tenants pay their rent on time, follow restrictions on parking or pets, and follow the correct procedures when the lease is up. Other important duties of on-site managers include keeping accurate, up-to-date records of income and expenditures from property operations and submitting regular expense reports to the corporate office.
Mobile home community maintenance technicians perform repairs and upgrades that keep the interior and exterior of their mobile home communities in first-rate condition. Daily responsibilities for technicians change continuously from job to job. They may perform electrical and plumbing repairs, or they may paint and do lawn maintenance work. Handy people who are self-motivated enough to get tough jobs done with no supervision will thrive in this role. Most MHC maintenance technicians work full-time during the day, evenings, and weekends. Many technicians are also required to be on call for emergency repairs and work irregular hours when needed
The job of a self-storage associate involves overseeing operations in a facility that offers storage space rentals. Your responsibilities include ensuring that the storage units are clean and that security systems are functioning. As a manager, you also interact with customers and sell products such as boxes and tape. Your other duties may include handling onsite payment processing and completing administrative tasks such as filing relevant paperwork and invoices for clients.