As a Property Manager, you will organise and manage the letting of commercial, residential or retail properties on behalf of their owners. You’ll liaise with tenants and owners, organise inspections and maintenance, and follow up unpaid rent.
Australian Property Managers earn an average salary of $59,964 per annum.
Projection: 11% more Real Estate Agents and Property Managers employed in Australia in 2020 (compared to 2015)
The top three regions for employment as a Property Manager are:
A self-paced certificate course will get you started in the real estate industry and teach you key skills in property administration and marketing.
To become licensed as a Property Manager in your state, you can complete a Certificate IV (QLD and NSW) or a Certificate of Registration or Licensing Program (all states).
Take your career in property and real estate to the next level and qualify for managerial roles with a Diploma in Property Services (Agency Management).
Alternatively, hone your skills with a Bachelor of Property and Real Estate, and become a specialist in your chosen aspect of the real estate industry such as property development, valuation and sustainability consulting.