Licensed Real Estate Leasing and Sales Agents Needed
Bayside Management, a leading property management company of both commercial and residential properties in Marin County, is looking for highly motivated real estate agents who are proactive with a desire to grow in an already successful organization, and are driven by an open-ended commission compensation package. This position will be responsible for seeking out and bringing in new properties to Bayside Management's portfolio, and managing those properties for owners in an alliance that embodies our core competencies; a relationship built on trust, confidentiality, consistency and increasing returns on our owner's investments.
You must have a CA real estate license, as well as good communication skills. Organized with attention to detail are essential to your overall success at Bayside Management, as is your dedication. Compensation is based on sales commissions, so the more business you bring in, the more you will be compensated.
Please respond to this ad via email to [email protected] with your resume, cover letter, and references explaining why you would a good fit for hire. Please include "Leasing Agent" in the subject line.
Other Career Opportunities
Bayside Management has career opportunities in the Property Manager, Accounting/Bookkeeping, Office Manager, and Homeowner Association Manager arenas.
Property Managers/Leasing Agents
Property Managers/Leasing agents have contact with homeowners, commercial owners, tenants, and vendors. The manager will handle property owner calls, tenant maintenance requests, prepare property leases, collect tenant rent, solicit bids from vendors, assign work orders, handle tenant notices and violations, and review and send monthly financial statements to the owners. A CA real estate license is required. A manager needs to be a "people" person with good communication skills, organized, computer literate, as well as detail oriented and dedicated to success.
The Bookkeeping Department provides bookkeeping services for homeowners, commercial owners, and homeowner associations. Job requirements include accounts payable, accounts receivable, maintain checking and savings accounts, tenant ledgers, and the preparation of monthly owner property statements. Bookkeeping experience is a must. Job skills required, but not limited to, are the ability to listen and communicate effectively, detail oriented, and highly organized. Multi-tasking is essential.
The Office Manager is responsible for the organization and coordination of office operations, procedures and resources to facilitate organizational effectiveness and efficiency. Responsibilities include organizing and maintaining office operations and procedures, designing and implementing filing systems, as well as making sure they are maintained and current. Other duties include organizing and facilitating the annual archiving of client documents, designing, implementing, and overseeing adherence to office policies and procedures, evaluating and updating all documents as necessary, and handling customer inquiries and complaints. Being detail oriented, highly organized, able to handle multiple projects simultaneously, and demonstrating and maintaining a professional demeanor during interactions with a wide variety of personalities are traits necessary to do the job well.
The HOA Manager position assists the HOA Board of Directors in the management, operation and administration of the Association. The manager coordinates, prepares necessary documents and attends Board meetings. They generate and distribute annual disclosure packages, interface with governmental agencies, attorneys, CPAs and vendors. Maintenance of records and files relating to the operation and management of the Association are of high importance, and under the direction of the Board of Directors enforces CC&R provisions and rules and regulations. The Manager also prepares annual budgets, reserve studies, and is charged with dispersing monthly financial statements to designated Board members of the Homeowner's Association. Qualities needed to be a successful HOA Manager include good oral and written communication skills, the ability to work under pressure, and to consistently meet deadlines. Maintaining high quality work with a professional demeanor are paramount, as well as problem solving and organizational skills. All Bayside HOA Managers are either certified HOA managers or licensed property managers.