- Posted 25 October 2022
- SalaryUS$75000 - US$150000 per annum
- Job type Permanent
- DisciplineReal Estate Management, Operations & Service Delivery
- Contact NameNick Hammond
Portfolio Role - San Francisco Bay Area
$75,000 + $60,000 commission + 50% housing stipend ($150k total package)
Looking to reach the next level in Leasing?
You've hit all your targets. Your team is as good as it gets, and there's little opportunity to grow and increase your influence.
To become the best sales leader you can be, you need a bigger scope.
This will be bigger than anything you've done before.
You'll support and represent a property, internally and externally, at a senior level.
You will take full responsibility for and deliver effective leasing management for a leading multifamily investment and development business.
Reporting into the Asset Director, you'll be a key member of the team and be pivotal in maximising the performance of your property.
Your head office is based in San Francisco. You'll be a highly visible presence within the business, and across the wider industry.
The company is the fastest-growing multifamily investment and development company in the San Francisco Bay Area, and has created some of the most innovative and sustainable communities that has inspired a new way of thinking about urban living.
They own and manage an impressive portfolio nationwide of 5,000+ multifamily apartments and recognised as a market leader in the sector.
You will have 5+ years' experience minimum of operating as a Leasing Agent, and have a track record in driving high performance teams.
You will be a champion of developing and managing a strong customer and sales driven culture!
For an informal chat, please email Nick Hammond on Don't worry if your CV isn't up to date. Just send me what you have and we can deal with that later. Look forward to speaking.
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