Property Administrator job description

property administrator job descriptionThe property administrator job description will help you understand how to make your first step into the industry and develop your career further.

In a typical Property Administrator job description, you can find duties and responsibilities like:

  • Qualifying applicants / Registering on system
  • Organising contractors to attend to maintenance issues and liaising with landlords where applicable.
  • Property File upkeep
  • Putting together, printing and sending out property lists
  • Handling day to day operations
  • Assisting sales team members
  • Diary management
  • Filing office general office paperwork, sales paperwork
  • Updating banking, pipeline and weekly spreadsheets
  • Updating window display
  • Preparing reports when needed
  • Maintain office supplies
  • Keep a handle on all invoices/accounts/chasing completion monies
  • File chasing
  • Marketing/social media
  • To provide administrative support
  • To create brochures, flyers, marketing material, window cards, organise EPCs, place properties on the internet.
  • To create invoices for fees and disbursements
  • To help in providing an aftercare service to our clients.
  • Answering phone as required and dealing with queries where possible, and/or taking accurate messages
  • Expense claims
  • Assisting with events
  • Creating mail merges, running reports and mail outs
  • Archiving electronic records and files and general file administration
  • Ask questions, interact and discuss objectives and day to day work of your team
  • Be responsible for the weekly and monthly and ad hoc advertising.
  • Be responsible for general office housekeeping
  • Be responsible for petty cash
  • Ordering stationery
  • Post – incoming distribution of post and franking of outgoing mail
  • Arranging property viewing and survey appointments

The most common Requirements in a Property Administrator job description are:

  • Personable
  • Able to work under pressure
  • Can-do, positive attitude
  • Excellent telephone skills
  • Excellent communication skills with good verbal and written English
  • Able to work well as a team and by themselves
  • Calm and professional working manner
  • Smart and well presented
  • Excellent administrative skills
  • Superior computer skills: Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
  • High attention to detail
  • Organised, Accurate and methodical
  • Smart thinking
  • Strong character
  • Forward thinking
  • Self-motivated
  • Provide a high level of customer service
  • Focused and highly organised

If you have some previous administrative experience, this will be extremely useful as the role will be very busy and somewhat demanding from the start.

The estate administration role provides scope for career progression, personal development and networking opportunities. In dealing with plenty of paperwork, you will gradually learn all legislation and regulations surrounding real estate, which will prove advantageous as you move up the ladder.

Now that you know you have some clear ideas about what a property administrator job description is, don’t waste any time, check them all in our sales negotiator job board: you can decide whether you prefer to view all existing property administration jobs or you can specify if you prefer them within

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