Property Management Jobs in Charlottesville, Virginia
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Why be an Allstate Agent? For the driven individual there are few career choices that compare to running your own business and being your own boss. So the question of why a career in property & casualty, life and health insurance sales is less about what you do and more about who you are. Our successful network of Insurance Agents balance an uncompromised passion for helping others with a personal...
Career ladder position w/growing and diversified Charlottesville based real estate development, construction and management firm. Strong leadership, communication and marketing skills are essential. Ideal candidate must be driven, disciplined and results oriented. Challenging environment w/competitive salary and attractive fringe benefit package, including insurances, profit-sharing and other bene...
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Title: Office Manager/Accounting Associate Job status/type: Full Time Supervisor:CFO Job Description/Duties:The office manager/accounting associate will be responsible for the day-to-day management of office administration duties and accounting support for the CFO. Specific responsibilities: · Accounts receivable/accounts payable functions; · Assisting or preparing month-end closing, preparation o...
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I manage an apartment complex. How do I start my own property management company on the side in Oreg...
I'm looking into starting a property management company. How do I get started? Licenses, paperwork, clients?
How to get involved in property management?
I really want to get involved in property management and eventually into renting my own offices/apartments, but I'm really not sure how to get started. I would like to be a property manager first - pr...
How long are property management contracts?
I'm in the process of buying a 4-plex. The property management company that I want to use wants me to sign a one year contract. I would like to sign a month to month or a six month contract. Ca...
How much do property managers make in NYC?
I recently had 2 interviews for a property management job in NYC. They both went very well and I was left with the impression that if I want it the job is mine. I recently finished up an MBA program...
How do I find the most reliable and quickest property management?
I own a rental unit and I have interviewed a few property management companies. All say that they can do the job for $X amount, but is there any place where I can check how quickly they get renters in...
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