Millennia Housing Management Affordable Housing Leasing Consultant in Oscoda, Michigan
Aldergate I , Aldergate II is seeking an Affordable Housing Leasing Agent for its communities located in Oscoda, MI. The Affordable Housing Leasing Consultant reports to the Community Manager and shares responsibility for the overall operation, and the day-to-day activities associated with the leasing office. The Affordable Housing Leasing Consultant will work to minimize vacancies, lease apartments, promote good working resident relations, assure program compliance and perform office tasks as required.
The Affordable Housing Leasing Consultant will qualify new tenants, provide tours of the community, handle all details of move-outs and move-ins in accordance with inspection checklists, manage maintenance requests for timely completion, and ensure residents are provided with a clean, safe and well-maintained community. Daily activities will include working collaboratively with your community team as well as key partners in Maintenance while ensuring all required aspects of apartment turnovers, leasing, compliance and assisting in operating a stable, fiscal operation are covered and meeting all requirements.
If you are interested in working in a rewarding environment where your talents are appreciated, apply in confidence.
Responsible for filling occupancy
Tracking all prospect leads
Maintain property waiting list in accordance with HUD requirements
Maintain files of leasing paperwork and input leasing data into computers accurately and in a timely fashion.
Process all applications for move-ins and re-certifications in accordance with the Section 42 guidelines.
Submit completed move in files to Assistant Property Manager
Presenting properties and amenities in a positive light to prospective tenants
Complete all required paperwork and database documentation/entries
Assist with all activities related to leasing apartments.
Demonstrate excellent customer service and professionalism
Handle telephone calls, including retrieving messages and returning calls.
Greet, pre-qualify, demonstrate, and follow up with prospects
Successfully overcome objections and practice closing techniques
Conduct move-in orientation, move in inspection, execute all documents, verify the utility accounts have been transferred into the name of the resident, and collect all monies due before releasing the keys to a new resident.
Assist with the process of re-certifications in accordance with the Section 42 Guidelines, policies, and procedures.
Handle and accurately complete all paperwork and reports associated with leasing activities.
Notify the Community Manager of all conditions that are unsafe or are areas of concern.
Follow the Fair Housing Act at all times.
Maintain positive resident relations by responding to residents in a friendly, professional, and timely manner.
Place a strong emphasis on customer service in every action on the job.
Assist Community Manager in other duties as deemed necessary by property circumstances or situations.
Education & Experience
1+ year’s prior apartment leasing management experience, preferably in affordable housing with Low-income Tax Credit, and Fair Housing compliance knowledge or experience preferred.
Extensive sales experience
Excellent time management and multi-tasking skills.
Demonstrated strong customer service skills to interact with team, residents, prospective residents, housing authority representatives, and visitors.
Strong organizational skills with effective decision-making abilities.
Strong MSOffice skills (Word, Excel) for effective written communications and maintaining accurate records.
Knowledge of accounting for collecting/tracking rents and posting to appropriate records.
Minimum High School degree or GED equivalent preferred
Shows respect through self-awareness, reflects on his/her own words and actions to adapt, grow, and succeed. Embraces differences, while recognizing what brings us together. Maintains high levels of confidentiality.
Strengthens relationships with residents, owners, customers, and employees relying on secure communication and a deep understanding of the values and needs of all those involved. Works with others to achieve common goals and objectives.
• Service Orientation:
Understands what internal and external stakeholder’s importance and anticipates their needs; strives towards loyalty and lasting relationships. Maintains a positive attitude.
Works on the right things at the right time and, in doing so, stays aligned with our business essentials and priorities. Understands the business – carefully and critically analyzing financial data and metrics, and weighing options and risks before making decisions. Remains open and flexible and adapts to new ways of doing things to keep us at as an industry leader.
Responds to challenges with composure, optimism, and hardiness; perseveres and exhibits professional stress management strategies.
• Work Intensity:
Demonstrates a sufficient level of urgency in completing work efficiently.
Experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
Property Management, marketing, sales or customer service experience required.
Grooming & Uniform
Must maintain a neat, clean and well-groomed appearance.
N (Not Applicable) Activity is not applicable to this position.
O (Occasionally) Position requires this activity up to 33% of the time (0 - 2.5+ hrs/day)
F (Frequently) Position requires this activity from 33% - 66% of the time (2.5 - 5.5+ hrs/day)
C (Constantly) Position requires this activity more than 66% of the time (5.5+ hrs/day)
Stand - C
Grasp – C
10 lbs or less - C
12 lbs or less - C
Walk – C
Reach Outward – C
11-20 lbs - C
13-25 lbs C
Manually Manipulate - C
Reach Above Shoulder - C
21-50 lbs – O
26-40 lbs - O
Sit - C
Speak - C
51-100 lbs - N
41-100 lbs - N
Crawl - O
Over 100 lbs - N
Squat or Kneel O
Bend - O
Other Physical Requirements:
Vision - C
Work is performed indoors and outdoors in a residential setting with regular exposure to cold, heat, noise, people, and equipment. Due to travel, incumbent is exposed to vehicles, planes and other methods of transportation.
The Background Check Process
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We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Each applicant for employment is considered solely on the basis of job qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, age, disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other classification protected by law.