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Assistant Property Manager Resume Example

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You’re the property manager’s right-hand person when it comes to getting things done. And often the first person that tenants call when they need help. Being an assistant property manager is a busy gig, but it can lead to a profitable career in real estate. 

So whether you’ve been working in this industry for a while or plan to break into it, you’ll need to file a solid resume. If marketing properties to you seems easier than promoting your personal strengths, this post offers some help. Check below for a detailed assistant property manager resume sample, followed by extra tips for customization! 

Assistant Property Manager Resume (text version)

Professional Summary

Assistant property manager with three years of experience in managing large apartment complexes, condos, and vacation properties. Capable of handling all aspects of maintenance, tenant relationships, and property administration.

Skills

  • Customer service
  • Strong interpersonal skills 
  • Conflict management
  • Property marketing
  • Tenant relations
  • Contractor Management
  • Light Maintenance
  • Microsoft 365 suite 
  • Asana 
  • Salesforce
  • Yardi Breeze 
  • RealPage
  • TurboTenant
  • MRI Software 

Work Experience

Westfield Luxury Properties
July 2020 – Present
Senior Assistant Property Manager

Westfield Luxury Properties manages a collection of vacation properties on the West Coast (Palm Springs, Lake Tahoe, Sonoma Valley) and primarily serves high-net-worth clients. 

Duties:

  • Managing tenant work order requests
  • Contacting and hiring outside repair and maintenance contractors
  • Coordinated and distributed invoices
  • Collecting and recording rental payments
  • Late and delinquent payment communications
  • Property inspections
  • Overseeing maintenance and cleaning crews
  • Advertising properties
  • Preparing reports for owners group and property manager

The Davis Group
August 2018 – July 2020
Assistant Property Manager

The Davis Group operates a series of condos and apartment complexes in the So-Cal region. They also specialize in fully services apartments and coliving spaces. 

Duties:

  • Managed Rent collection
  • Coordinate rental unit repairs and cleaning
  • Assisted tenants with maintenance calls
  • Maintenance crew supervision
  • Showed units to potential tenants

Westbay Real Estate Investments
December 2017 – August 2018
Office Assistant

Westbay Real Estate Investments is one of the leading real estate developers, operating in Orange County. 

Duties:

  • Scheduled new tenant showings
  • Reviewed billing statements
  • Multi-line phone system management
  • Maintained tenant records

Education

Redwoods State University
Bachelor of Arts in Business Management
August 2018
GPA: 3.78

  • Certified Apartment Manager (CAM)
  • Certified Property Management Associate (CPM Associate)

Assistant Property Manager Resume Example (Word version)

assistant property manager resume example

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How to Write a Compelling Assistant Property Manager Resume 

When working on your resume, it’s important to get your structure right. 

The above sample opens with a resume summary and featured skills section, followed by work experience and education. That’s a standard layout. 

If you are a bit short on space, you can consider a two-column resume layout and move your summary and skills into the sidebar area. (We have plenty of professional resume templates in such design). 

Once you’ve figured out your layout, start filing in the gaps!  

Stick to Relevant Information

Many people transition to property management from another industry. 

If that’s your case, you don’t have to include every single bit of information about your work history. If it isn’t relevant to the job you are pursuing, consider leaving it off to save space. 

For example, if you have an extensive work history, eliminate the part-time jobs you held in high school. Also, you can leave sections out completely if they aren’t relevant. This includes the “references” section which is considered to be unnecessary for most professions, including property management. 

The Most Important Info Goes on Top

The topmost information in every section of your resume is the one most hiring managers will retain. So structure your information accordingly. 

If you are organizing your skill section, add the most marketable skills to the very top. This will grab attention, and stick with the reader. The same with work experience – list your entries chronologically. Then, put your core competency as the first bullet point. 

Look for Keywords in The Job Listing

Hiring managers (and applicant tracking software) will scan your resume for relevant keywords. If they don’t find these, chances are they will simply discard your resume. To find the best keywords, take a closer look at the job listing – and pay attention to the candidate requirements/duties section. Pick out the phrases, used by HR, and plop them into your document. 

Formatting Counts

Formatting is what makes your resume attractive and readable. Start by choosing a resume font that is professional-looking and easy on the eyes. Next organize your resume with headings, subheadings, and bulleted lists. Hiring managers always appreciate a well-structured resume with plenty of white space.

Proofread Carefully

Spelling and grammar errors are a real turn-off. They come off as unprofessional, and sloppy. Even a few mistakes can leave a bad impression. Take an extra 20 minutes or so and review your resume carefully to be sure you catch every error.

Look up Resume Examples

Still, feeling stuck? Take the time to look up other relevant resume examples in your industry. By reviewing as many examples as possible you will be able to pick out even more formatting tips and tricks for organizing your career details! 

Final Tip: Send Personalized Resume Copies

Don’t be tempted to create a single resume that you will send to every potential employer. While this may save time, you will reduce your chances of being called back for an interview. Take the time to write an entirely personalized copy of each resume that addresses the needs of each company and is relevant for each job you are pursuing!

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  • Elena runs content operations at Freesumes since 2017. She works closely with copywriters, designers, and invited career experts to ensure that all content meets our highest editorial standards. Up to date, she wrote over 200 career-related pieces around resume writing, career advice... more

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