Job Description
The Real Estate Office Manager provides a comprehensive level of administrative support for multiple businesses, including Self Storage Facility, Residential Real Estate Appraisal, and Land and Real Estate Development. The Office Manager will be an indispensable part of the organization, will maintain, evaluate and improve systems as well as anticipate ongoing and future business needs.
In this new office, the manager will excel in the day-to-day activities of running the sales/customer service office, as well as updating and maintaining multiple databases. He/she must feel comfortable working independently, with little supervision (after training).
Storage Units
â ¢ Promptly meet/greet prospective new customers
â ¢ Answer customer questions, in person and via telephone and email, about Storage, and recommend storage solutions to meet their needs
â ¢ Assist potential customers to understand lease terms
â ¢ Lease storage units to new customers
Real Estate
â ¢ Work with real estate professionals, bank personnel, government entities, and Appraisal Management Companies via telephone and email
â ¢ Input and update information into software for various appraisal steps, required by appraisal management companies, and business requirements
â ¢ One to two yearsâ  experience in a professional setting
â ¢ Excellent customer service skills
â ¢ Must be able to think strategically and anticipate business needs before they occur
â ¢ Strong written and verbal skills
â ¢ Superior project management and organizational skills
â ¢ Resourceful and solution oriented
â ¢ High level of technical skills with computer applications, including Microsoft Office Word and Excel, Web Research.
Please email a one page Resume to Parkridgeinc@gmail.com

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