Multifamily Property Manager – Oakland Park, FL

Department: Multifamily Supervisor: Regional Director Hours: Minimum 40 hours per week FLSA Status: Exempt  POSITION SUMMARY: The Property Manager will manage and coordinate all rental functions of the property by facilitating the optimum performance in areas such as personnel management, leasing, collections, resident services, maintenance, revenue enhancement, information reporting and compliance with all applicable laws .. read more

On August 22nd, 2014, posted in: Careers Entries by

Leasing Specialist – North Lauderdale, FL

Department: Multifamily Supervisor: Property Manager MFR Hours: 40 hours per week FLSA Status: Non-exempt  POSITION SUMMARY: The Leasing Specialist position requires a dynamic individual to provide lease up services for a multi-family complex. The position will require the leasing specialist to be accountable for meeting Lease up specified goal. This position will require responsibility for .. read more

On August 22nd, 2014, posted in: Careers Entries by

Maintenance Technician – Oakland Park, FL

Supervisor: Maintenance Supervisor Hours: 40 hours per week FLSA Status: Non-exempt  POSITION SUMMARY: As a member of our Maintenance team, the Maintenance Technician is a vital component of our community’s day to day impression on existing residents and prospective residents. As such, the Maintenance Technician is expected to maintain a high level of quality customer .. read more

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Maintenance Technician – North Lauderdale, FL

Supervisor: Maintenance Supervisor Hours: 40 hours per week FLSA Status: Non-exempt  POSITION SUMMARY: As a member of our Maintenance team, the Maintenance Technician is a vital component of our community’s day to day impression on existing residents and prospective residents. As such, the Maintenance Technician is expected to maintain a high level of quality customer .. read more

On August 22nd, 2014, posted in: Careers Entries by

Smart Pet Policies

Smart Pet Policies

Your potential resident is packing and looking for an apartment to move into. Her clothes and books are boxed up. The appliances are safe in bubble wrap, and Granny’s lucky penny is safe in her pocket. Meow. Woof. Oh, and Mittens and Fido. They are going too, of course. It’s non-negotiable. Pets are part of .. read more

Where has all the water gone? Water conservation ideas for rental properties.

xeriscapingm for rental properties

Xeriscaping is the future. That’s not a typo. Water conservation isn’t just a thing for arid climates anymore; as the climate heats up and multi-year droughts plague much of the United States, xeriscaping—conserving water through creative landscaping—is a cost-effective, environmentally friendly measure. It takes patience and a smart, detail-oriented landscaper who uses drought-resistant plants; aerated .. read more

Property Advertising and Fair Housing Requirements

Equal Housing Opportunity

Last month we covered the Fair Housing Act and how it’s virtually impossible for individual landlords to keep up with its ever-changing details. As you read last month, the law bans discrimination based on race, color, sex, familial status, or national origin, of course, and its applications are endless. But did you know it also .. read more

Mentoring New Talent – Property Management Interns

Property Management Training Group

FSRR is often asked to comment on current real estate events and property management industry news. Recently, Vice President, Shailene Casio-Smith, had a conversation about property management interns with Keith Loria, Contributing Editor of Multihousing News. Shailene commented on how we hire and retain the best talent at FSRR. She discussed how our firm interviews .. read more

April is Fair Housing Month. Do you know the law?

Equal Housing Opportunity

Fair Housing laws are complicated, they evolve constantly, and a single error can lead to major legal liability. That’s why FirstService Residential Realty is here for you—we know Fair Housing laws and apply them responsibly, protecting residents and your real estate investments. Since its origin as Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, .. read more

On April 17th, 2014, posted in: Industry News by

AC Filters: Keep them clean to keep yourself cool

First Service Residential Realty

Air conditioning season is nearly upon us and that means a spike in electricity bills. By caring for your air conditioner and taking precautions to reduce strain on your unit, you can conserve energy and ease the burden on your checkbook. The key to an efficient AC is simple but often overlooked – change your .. read more

On April 14th, 2014, posted in: Resident News & Tips by