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Property Manager/Commercial



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PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Prepares lease/subleases abstracts to insure completeness and accuracy. Receives/distributes all lease related notices. Reviews leases/subleases for all pertinent information necessary for tracking and managing. Updates and maintains the Real Estate Database. Maintains lease/sublease information such as terms, clauses, rental obligations, and critical dates. Monitors, tracks and reports on critical dates in the Real Estate Database to management. These may include lease expiration dates, security deposit returns from landlords, CAM charges, lease rental increases and lease rental abatement provisions. Ensures landlord billings information is updated and payments are coordinated with Accounts Payable. Maintains image archive of leasing contracts, amendments, and other leasing documents. Interprets lease clauses where necessary, identifies issues and escalates to Sr. Lease Administrator if appropriate. Provides on-going research and answers questions related to lease/sublease EXPERIENCE AND REQUIRED SKILLS: 1-2 yrs Lease Admin or Real Estate experience with a degree but at least 4 yrs without a degree. Ability to understand, interpret and abstract Real Estate Lease terminology. Relevant experience in a fast paced, multi-project, operational environment. Strong communication skills – written and verbal. Ability to meet deadlines. Detail oriented. Dependable & reliable. Knowledge of Microsoft’s Office Suite as well as using Real Estate Management Software (SAP experience a plus).








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