Property administrators perform some or all of the following duties:
A. Negotiate or approve rental or lease of various properties in a portfolio on behalf of property owners and ensure that terms of lease agreement are met
B. Prepare and administer contracts for provision of property services, such as cleaning and maintenance, security services and alarm systems
C. Co-ordinate the implementation of repairs, maintenance and renovations carried out on buildings and monitor progress and cost of work for property owners
D. Compile and maintain records on operating expenses and income, prepare reports and review rents to ensure they are at market value
E. Ensure that trouble calls received from clients or tenants are acted upon
F. Administer damage deposits
G. May hire and supervise rental agents, property clerks, building superintendents or other support staff performing operational, clerical or maintenance duties.
1. Real estate and rental and leasing - 80.0%
2. Public administration - 4.0%
3. Construction - 2.0%
4. Finance and insurance - 2.0%
5. Administrative and support waste management and remediation services - 2.0%
1. You must have a high school diploma.
2. You may need a training course or vocational program in property management or real estate.
3. You may also need administrative experience as a property clerk, contract clerk or administrative officer.
4. Most recent entrants have a community college diploma, and almost 2 in 5 have an undergraduate unversity degree.
The average hourly wages for Property Administrators is $18.37/HR, which is close to the average for occupations in the business, finance and administration sector and are close to average for all technical, professional, and skilled occupations. These wages grew at an average rate from 2002 to 2004.