I am applying for a Leasing Consultant job and I'm having a hard time putting the answer together on this one. I believe I am very much qualified for the position, however I can't quite come up with a good way to write it... Help?
I am interested in beginning a career as a leasing consultant for an apartment complex... What are the basics of the job? What are the pros and cons, as well as hours per week , stress levels, etc...
I work in a Real Estate office now... And I want to move up and be a leasing consultant somewhere.. But I am not sure if there is any extra training for the job..
I've been trying to get a job as an apartment leasing consultant but everyone wants experience. I think I would be great at leasing but I can't seem to get my foot in the door. Any suggestions?
I was hired to be a leasing consultant. However I do evictions, dispositions, balance due notices, reports, P.O.'s and more. I only get paid $7 an hour and I feel I am taken advantage of. I feel I am doing the managers work. What should my duties be?
How much does an experienced leasing consultant for an apartment complex in san francisco make per hour?
Can you make a good living as a leasing consultant in the DC area?
I might be offered a position as a leasing consultant for a Chicago-land apartment leasing company. A friend of mine said he would be able to get me a job here. I was wondering if anyone has worked as a leasing consultant in Chicago. Is the money good? My friend has just started a month ago so he is not a reliable source to answer these questions I believe (haha). Any information would be great!
I had applied for receptionist jobs or leasing consultants but nothing. Should I just go to the leasing offices and ask if they are hiring? Any new websites for jobs?
Just had a baby and need extra cash while on maternity leave. I have experience as a Realtor and leasing consultant. Any advice will help.
I had an interview for a leasing consultant position however there were 12 people and three positions available and they now a week later want my background check authorization signed and faced back. I have a super clean record nothing on it does this mean I have the job?
I have an interview on Monday for a leasing consultant position in which I do not have experience in that field, but they seemed to like my marketing/communications background, so I did not even think they would call me. I was just wondering what sort of questions they might ask for that type of position so that I can prepare myself.
I will be moving to Arizona and I am currently a leasing consultant in California. I am making $12.50 an hour plus commission for rent, furniture rentals, appliance rental, phone services, and on renewals.
I am moving because I am getting married and we are doing the move together. If it weren't for that I have the best job and work for the most amazing company.
Does anyone work in Property Management in the Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, and surrounding areas of Arizona? Or do you know anyone who is?
I want to know what kind of salary I should be expecting to get should I work in this industry when in Arizona. What hours? Would I be able to get a free apartment over there? Let me know please! Ask your friends and please please let me know!
I need answers from people not from websites. I can find those websites on my own. Advice from people is different than advice that's prewritten.
I liked to know what are the best property management companies in southern Cali. I want to get into property management but understand I have to start out as a leasing consultant. I just finished college so I would like to make between 35,000-40,000 my first yr.
Please list companies and the range they pay and benefits anything that helps
I am thinking about taking the required course hours to take my state exam. I am also currently a Leasing Consultant for 1.5 years and thought Real Estate might be a nice bridge from my current job. I provide housing for people looking for apartments at the moment.
I am excellent with people, I've had sales experience, I'm great when it comes to customer service, and I love apartment communites. So I think I would love this type of job. But how do I get started? I have no apartment leasing experience!
It seems like every leasing opportunity I have had I get extremely burnt out on. I have been doing this for quite some time and would like another job. Any suggestions?
I work for an apartment complex as an assistant manager/leasing consultant. We hired a new leasing agent about two months ago.
Last week a lady called the office and told me she already spoke with Samantha but she felt that she didn't know what she was doing and that sounded unsure about the information she was giving her on the phone.
I told her that I would be more than happy to help her find her new home... went over the requirements and full information. Scheduled an appointment and told her Samantha will be happy to give her a tour. She told me that she didn't want to deal with her so I scheduled an appointment with her.
When she came in, I gave her a tour and she applied right then and there. After the lady left, Samantha came over to my desk with an attitude and told me that the lady was her applicant and that she spoke to her about a month ago.
My mistake was not telling her the truth about the lady not wanting to deal with her. I didn't want to make her feel bad. I also didn't want her to confront the lady and ask her what she did wrong and why she didn't like her because that's the type of person she is.
I told her that since I gave her the information on the phone, tour and applied that same day she became my applicant. Samantha was very upset and told me she didn't understand because she gave showed her the model already and an application to bring back. which she never did (the lady never mentioned this to me).
Today Samantha spoke to the property manager and told her I was screwing her and that she worked hard for her money(by the way the commission for every lease is only $25).
Her comments made me upset because I was the one giving her the right information on the phone. gave her a tour. showed her 3 different units until we found the right apt for her.
I plan on talking to her tomorrow because she had a very nasty attitude all day on Monday giving me dirty looks. I want to apologize for not telling her what the lady said because that was my mistake.
However I don't think it's ok for me to lease apartments for her every time someone don't like her and for her to get rewarded for my work. She can have the commission i don't mind... but i don't want her to not to do her job and for this to continue.
My manager is the nicest person so she told me to just settle things down with her and that it was up to me on what to do. I told her i was going to talk to her tomorrow. I don't want to be rude however I don't think is fair and don't know how to approach her i want to be firm without being mean any advise will be helpful.
If i get a job working for an apartment leasing office, how much do they usually discount if i live there? is it a percent or a couple hundred off?
I am good with people, I have great customer experience, I'm good when it comes to customer service, and I love apartment communites. So I think I would to give this type of job a shot. But how do I get started? I have no apartment leasing experience, and what are the pro's and con's of this job??
Thanks in advance..