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Leasing Manager

28

Statewide
Job Postings
379th

Out of 439
Jobs In-Demand
5,380

Currently Employed
in Indiana
$15.97 - $29.20

Avg. Hourly Wage
Indiana
$19.19 - $39.96

Avg. Hourly Wage
USA
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Leasing Manager - Indiana Regions Overview:

The graph above shows that there were 28 job postings for the occupation of Leasing Manager in Indiana during 2013 and 2014. The vertical bar chart shows which regions had the most demand for Leasing Manager. These numbers represent current demand as advertised in online job postings and do not necessarily indicate projected job growth in the future. Nevertheless, these numbers are a valid barometer for gauging recent job demand statewide and regionally in Indiana.

What Leasing Manager Do:

Plan, direct, or coordinate the selling, buying, leasing, or governance activities of commercial, industrial, or residential real estate properties. Includes managers of homeowner and condominium associations, rented or leased housing units, buildings, or land including rights-of-way .

Common Job Activities:

  • Manage and oversee operations, maintenance, administration, and improvement of commercial, industrial, or residential properties.
  • Plan, schedule, and coordinate general maintenance, major repairs, and remodeling or construction projects for commercial or residential properties.
  • Direct collection of monthly assessments, rental fees, and deposits and payment of insurance premiums, mortgage, taxes, and incurred operating expenses.
  • Determine and certify the eligibility of prospective tenants, following government regulations.
  • Inspect grounds, facilities, and equipment routinely to determine necessity of repairs or maintenance.
  • Act as liaisons between on-site managers or tenants and owners.
  • Meet with prospective tenants to show properties, explain terms of occupancy, and provide information about local areas.
  • Market vacant space to prospective tenants through leasing agents, advertising, or other methods.
  • Prepare detailed budgets and financial reports for properties.
  • Maintain records of sales, rental or usage activity, special permits issued, maintenance and operating costs, or property availability.
  • Direct and coordinate the activities of staff and contract personnel and evaluate their performance.
  • Meet with clients to negotiate management and service contracts, determine priorities, and discuss the financial and operational status of properties.
  • Solicit and analyze bids from contractors for repairs, renovations, and maintenance.
  • Confer regularly with community association members to ensure their needs are being met.
  • Clean common areas, change light bulbs, and make minor property repairs.
  • Negotiate the sale, lease, or development of property and complete or review appropriate documents and forms.
  • Prepare and administer contracts for provision of property services such as cleaning, maintenance, and security services.
  • Investigate complaints, disturbances and violations and resolve problems following management rules and regulations.
  • Review rents to ensure that they are in line with rental markets.
  • Maintain contact with insurance carriers, fire and police departments, and other agencies to ensure protection and compliance with codes and regulations.
  • Confer with legal authorities to ensure that renting and advertising practices are not discriminatory and that properties comply with state and federal regulations.
  • Negotiate short- and long-term loans to finance construction and ownership of structures.
  • Analyze information on property values, taxes, zoning, population growth, and traffic volume and patterns to determine if properties should be acquired.
  • Meet with boards of directors and committees to discuss and resolve legal and environmental issues or disputes between neighbors.
  • Purchase building and maintenance supplies, equipment, or furniture.
  • Contract with architectural firms to draw up detailed plans for new structures.
  • Negotiate with government leaders, businesses, special interest representatives, and utility companies to gain support for new projects and to eliminate potential obstacles.

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