By 2025 the nearly 100-year old title of “Property Manager” will be replaced by titles far more reflective of the role. In the early 1930s, the position began as a Building Supervisor role. Formation of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) began to elevate a career in property management. The title “Certified Property Manager” was created and the status and quality of this role was significantly enhanced. As the real estate industry moves forward, the title, role and responsibilities of the Property Manager will dramatically change. Tomorrow’s Property Managers will be faced more on what’s inside the four walls of the community and could be closer to a General Manager or Concierge at Ritz Carlton.

Our team understands your evolving role and want to be a resource for you, your team and community members.  Here are a few ways we can help:

  1. RAP – a web/phone app to help you access vital information about your property from disaster plans to vendor contacts.
  2. Training – your maintenance and leasing team members can be vital to lowering the cost of any size property damage. We use our over 45 years of experience to provide insights on how to prevent, report and manage a property damage event.
  3. We are accredited in the state of Mississippi and Louisiana to provide CE hours to a growing number of property management professionals.
  4. From marketing to events, Guarantee can help you with local events to marketing strategies. Our focus isn’t property damage, it is being a resource.

For more information on how we can help you meet the demands of your evolving role; including how to prepare for emergency/disaster recovery plan call our team at 1-800-349-4357.

The Evolving Role of the Property ManagerWritten by: Kristen Schmitz, Business Development Associate Gulfport, MS

Email: kristens@guaranteerestoration.com