Property Manager

Posted 29 January 2024
Salary £25,000
Discipline Permanent

Job description

Job Title: Property Manager

Salary: £25,000

Location: Maghull

Hours: 42.5 per week Monday – Friday 9-5 with some Saturday working on a rota basis.



Registering applicants (both sales and lettings). This would be speaking to the applicant face or face or on telephone and taking their contact details and getting information to register correctly on our database.

Arranging viewings for sales and lettings properties.

Repairs– reporting repairs to landlords, arranging appointment with contractors and chase until completed.

Repairs invoicing– chase completed work invoice email to accounts working out deductions required from rent.

Contractors– arrange contractors by building rapport with them.

Property inspections– arrange appointment, go to property, create report, email landlord report along with areas of concern, arrange repairs if needed from appointment.

Safety certificates-arrange gas safety renewals, boiler services, EICR renewals, EPC renewals and right-to-rent check renewals before their expiry dates.

Rent guarantee renewal and tenant evict renewals- rent guarantee invites get emailed via company, to chase with the landlord to see if they want their policy renewing. Contact the insurance to renew the policy with them. 

Renewal of tenancies– managed. contact landlord and ask about renewing their tenancies, agree the term with the tenant, type the tenancies and email the paperwork for electronic signature.

Renewals of tenancy let only. Contact landlords to agree renewal term, type invoice and send to landlord to pay before dealing with the renewal of tenancy.

Checkout– once a tenant vacates the property, go to the property and conduct checkout report along with taking meter readings.

Checkout repair quotations/disputes– arrange on behalf of the landlord for quotes for work if work is required upon reflection of the inventory.

Moving out letters– send letters to gas, electricity, council, and water companies to confirm tenants have moved out and provide meter readings where necessary. 

Serving Notices– an array of notices on behalf of landlords such as section 21 forms 6a, section 13 and section 3. 

Rent Arrears– chase rent arrears with the tenants and update the landlord if no rent has been received. Also, if there is rent guarantee policy in place, to contact the insurance to liaise with an insurance claim.

Deposit releases