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Property Managers Johnson City TN

When someone asks about what it takes to be a "good" property manager, our minds often envision a person with skin as tough as alligator hide; someone as fair and impartial as a judge; one whose patience is unlimited; and whose wisdom knows no bounds.

Wise and Associates
(423) 926-7373
208 Sunset Drive, #504
Johnson City, TN
Services
Condominium association management, homeowners association management

Affordable Management & Realty
(901) 751-9550
5524 Riverdale Rd
Memphis, TN
 
Hardco Realty
(901) 325-1493
2439 Summer Ave
Memphis, TN

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Raggedy Property Management
(615) 255-8666
2515 Nolensville Pike
Nashville, TN
 
American Apartment Management Co
(865) 525-7500
900 S Gay St Ste 1504
Knoxville, TN
 
4rentnashville.net
(615) 859-3741
Property Works
Goodlettsville, TN

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Village Investment Properties
(901) 753-3535
284 German Oak Dr
Cordova, TN

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Fifth Third Bank Na
(615) 687-3100
424 Church St Ste 700
Nashville, TN

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Alco Management Inc
(901) 544-1705
35 Union Ave Ste 100
Memphis, TN
 
Retail Property Management Inc
(615) 356-3314
6953 Charlotte Pike
Nashville, TN
 
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Property Management Tips

Property Management from A to Z
Mon 11/27/06 03:59:42 am
Chrissy Jackson Archive

When someone asks about what it takes to be a "good" property manager, our minds often envision a person with skin as tough as alligator hide; someone as fair and impartial as a judge; one whose patience is unlimited; and whose wisdom knows no bounds.

Those, however, are personal attributes. And, although they are certainly noteworthy, and they surely contribute to the overall successful picture of a "good" property manager, they don't cut to the heart of the question.

A "good" property manager must possess a large number of skills and talents, as well as being created from the fiber described above. This article looks at 26 different skills and talents -- everything from A to Z -- that should be possessed by a "good" property manager.

Using these skills regularly and developing these talents to the best of your ability is what makes the difference between a property manager and a "good" property manager. Having these skills and talents, and not using them, or using them only once in a while does not make you a "good" anything.

Customer service is often touted as the position that will be most in demand as we continue into the twentieth century. A "good" property manager is customer service personified. Each person who lives in your community, looks at living in your community, or works in your community is your customer. If you, as property manager, develop these talents and use these skills as outlined below, customer service will be second nature to you and you will indeed have become a "good" property manager.

This list, however, is not all-inclusive. There is already a second list of A to Z almost ready to print. How many others can you think of that should be included? Send your comments by email to chrissyj@earthlink.net for inclusion in the next list.

Activities - Even without a clubhouse, you can arrange activities for your residents. Coordinate volunteers to help organize events and publicize them. Be creative; encourage new ideas from residents. Check your library for books detailing unusual ideas for get-togethers. Encourage the formation of a resident social organization to keep the residents of your community active and create that "neighborhood" feeling.

Balance - It is up to you to balance your day. Allow time for resident interaction in activities and discussion. Keep an eye on expenses and remember the importance of balancing the budget. Balance the needs of your employees and residents with the needs of your employer.

Curb Appeal - "If you don't have curb appeal, you aren't open for business", as the saying goes. Make sure your community is clean, curbing and sidewalks are swept, flower beds weeded, and the entrance attractive.

Dress - Dress appropriately. If you work in the office, dress professionally in good looking clothing. If you work outside in the community, wear uniforms for easy identification ...

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