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Commercial and Resident Real Estate Management incorporates both property management and asset management. It is an ideal career choice for those who want to have their skills valued, enjoy fast pace and aggressive atmospheres with huge earning potential, and their contributions recognized while having a meaningful impact on others and the world around them. Property management is a critical segment of the much broader real estate industry. Property managers love their jobs because no two days are the same and they are constantly working with different people. Relationship-building and problem-solving are two extremely essential parts to a career in property management.



Career Opportunities in Property Management
The field of property management offers job opportunities at many levels - ranging from front-line site managers to company executives. The industry attracts individuals with entrepreneurial attitudes who view challenges as opportunities and hard work as a springboard to advancement and success.
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Talent Management and Employee Satisfaction
We are seeing talent management as a high priority for all industries today, especially in real estate management. Find out what employees are looking for in a company and how companies can increase employee retention and satisfaction.
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Crisis Communications in Property Management
When there is a disaster of any kind, one of the most important roles that a property manager has is communicating with tenants, residents, staff, and clients to ensure everyone's safety and security. Find out what forms of communication can be used in times like these.
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Find your real estate management career at the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) Job Board.
IREM Job Board

IREM® is an international force of 20,000 leaders in commercial and residential management united to advance the profession of real estate management. Through training, professional development, and collaboration, IREM® supports our members and others in the industry through every stage of their career. Connect locally with 80 U.S. IREM chapters and 17 International IREM chapters to learn and network with top IREM and industry thinkers - - - Whatever the topic, IREM offers comprehensive content for real estate professionals.

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