How To Show Love To Your Leasing Staff on Valentine’s Day

The “holiday of love” is right around the corner and it’s a great time to let your leasing staff know you appreciate all the hard work they put into your Multifamily Housing property and its residents.

Most times Valentine’s Day can be pushed aside in the professional world, however it is the first universal opportunity in 2021 that you can set a tone of gratitude in the leasing office that can last the remainder of the year. Not to mention you can raise the spirits of some of your staff members that might not have anyone to share this dividing holiday with which will raise the morale in the office as the weekend approaches.

Below are 5 great ways to show your leasing staff they are loved this coming Valentine’s Day!

1. Free Pass

Everyone loves a day off! Give your leasing staff Valentine’s day cards with a free pass written on them which will allow them to take one paid day off outside of their normal paid time off. You can even dub it a “love yourself” day and encourage them to use the unexpected time off to treat themselves and show self love. Not only will this be a sweet surprise, it may also promote productivity by allowing the staff members to get some much needed personal time. 

Of course stipulations that apply to normal PTO procedures should apply to this extra “free pass”.

2. A Fun Workplace Theme Day

Have a fun workday theme and contest, such as “Colorful Sock Day” where no one wears shoes that day at work. This works best when the property manager wears outrageous socks and prominently walks around displaying Mickey Mouse toes.

Winner of the “Colorful Sock Day” gets awarded with, of course, socks. Residents, by the way, will think this is hilarious. 

3. An Appreciation Wall

Install a white board in a common area called the Gratitude Board or the Wall of Thanks. Encourage employees to write short “love” notes to thank each other on the board. Take a picture of the board on Friday and print the picture, then give the copies to the leasing staff in cute picture frames they can keep on their desks. The maintenance staff can also be included in this!

4. Valentine’s Day Raffle

Give everyone in the workspace 10 raffle-style tickets. Ask people to write people’s names leading up to Valentine’s Day to vote for the person who has done kind things in the previous year. Declare that person the “Sweetest” on Valentine’s Day. Award with a giant heart shaped box of candy that the whole group shares. This could become a yearly tradition that motivates kindness throughout the year!

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5. Hand-Written Notes

Say thank you. Sincerely, honestly, and for a specific action or behavior. Better, say thank you with a handwritten card. Even better, enclose a $5 or $10 gift card. A handwritten “Valentine” from the property manager to their leasing staff members can go a long way in making them feel appreciated.

No matter what you do, we hope you have a lovely Valentine’s Day this year!

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How To Keep Politics Out Of Your Multifamily Community

How the Texas State and City Governments are Helping Renters and Landlords

With the start of a new year many people are seeking a “reset” button on the intense issues the previous year held. While 2020 was chock full of intense issues, politics were of exceptional concern.

The attack on the Capital in early January proved that politic-related emotions are at an all time breaking point. Where once a heated argument over political parties sufficed, now citizens are taking a more physical approach to make clear where they stand on the party lines.

One of the major concerns of a property manager is keeping their residents living in harmony within their multifamily housing community. Keeping the resident’s political views at a respectful level is more important now than ever to avoid conflict on property grounds.

Below are some ideas to keep politics out of your multifamily community.

1. Keep Political Messages off the Community Boards and Public Spaces

Make it a policy that any flyers, stickers, or posters in political nature are not allowed on the community message board or in the shared spaces such as the laundry room or club house.

2. No Posting Anything Political on The Property’s Social Media

Be sure your staff knows that nothing in political nature should be posted on the property’s Facebook, Instagram, or other social platforms pages. This includes any images of the property that may contain a resident’s political sign which may be on display in a window or balcony.

3. Designate a Political Sign Area on the Property

While you can’t control what your resident’s display in their own private spaces, you can try to encourage them to instead post any political signs in a designated area on the property. Do this by sending a message to the residents that since political emotions are at an all time high, out of respect for your neighbors there is now an area on the property where you can all show your support for your political causes instead of displaying them in your windows or outside spaces.

Having them all in one neutral place takes away the identity of the people that want to share their political leanings. Be sure to not put the designated area in a high traffic place such as the dog park or near the front office.

4. No Political Discussions Between Employees Where Residents Can Hear

Ask your office staff to be sure to take political discussions to private spaces and not have conversations that are controversial in front of any residents, or potential residents.

Freedom of speech is a cornerstone of America and asking residents and staff to keep their political opinions to themselves can be tricky. Be sure to deliver any of these initiatives with a high degree of respect and sensitivity. Always present them as “options” even if they are really rules in nature.

Here’s to a peaceful 2021!

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5 Ways to Show Employee Appreciation During the 2020 Holiday Season

It’s safe to say that the pandemic has dampered most of our holiday plans during a time that everyone could use some extra love and appreciation. As an employer, you may be wondering what you can do that is pandemic-safe and shows your employees you care about them in lieu of the annual holiday party.

Below you will find 5 Ways to Show Employee Appreciation during the 2020 holiday season!

1. ZOOM Holiday Party

Just because we can’t gather at a public space doesn’t mean we have to miss out on the embarrassing egg-nog fueled holiday party antics. You can through a ZOOM holiday party. Send your employees UberEats gift cards and a bottle of wine so you can all gather for a good meal and a cup of cheer online. Plan fun party games such as Zoom charades to keep the mood festive. Keep the online-party around 1 hour so everyone can plan accordingly and not feel awkward about signing off to enjoy the rest of their night.

2. Online Concert

ZOOM can also be used to put on an online concert for your employees. You can hire a musician to perform and take requests from your staff as you all tune into a personalized performance on the ZOOM app and watch together.

3. Send them a Turkey

Don’t forget about the classic way to show your employees love during the holidays which is sending them a Turkey or a Ham for their holiday dinner. Especially during the pandemic, this gesture goes a long way for making their family dinner special. Coordinating a bulk turkey buy can be a little chaotic though so there are other ways to get dinner on the table. Try giving a Butterball Gift Card or a local meat delivery service may partner with you.

4. Amazon Secret Santa

Get all your employees involved with an Amazon Secret Santa. Give your employees $25 gift cards to Amazon and then assign them all a fellow employee to shop for. Supply the home address to the employees and let them shop for each other. This provides a nice comradery between staff members without requiring them to spend their own money during the holiday season.

5. Extra Bonus from Holiday Party Savings

When all else fails you can count on cold hard cash to make your holiday bright. If you normally budget for a big holiday party you can redistribute that money to your employees in the form of a holiday bonus.

No matter what you do, don’t forget to show your appreciation this holiday season. We could all use some extra love at the end of 2020!

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Keeping Your Apartment Property’s Work and Resident Culture Positive During Tumultuous 2020

We all deserve a big pat on the back because we have almost made it through one of history’s most tumultuous years! 

However, many businesses sadly did not make it and the ones that did have been forever changed. So if you find yourself struggling to keep morale boosted in your work environment, you are not alone!

Luckily, the Apartment Industry has not only survived but THRIVED! Now it is more important than ever to make sure your property’s work and resident culture stay optimistic and nurtured as we move into the future.

Here are 5 ways to keep your Apartment Property’s work and resident culture positive as we close out 2020.

1. Talk about The Future

Much of this year was spent in survival mode as we made big changes to our communities because of the need for social distance. While things are far from being back to normal, many of us have adjusted to new procedures to stop the spread of COVID-19. What we are all suffering from now is the fatigue of these new practices and can all benefit from a little distraction. With the new year only two short months away, it is the perfect time to start focusing on what is ahead.

This can include new incentive programs for your leasing agents and maintenance crew or training programs that will be offered along with any team events you may have planned. 

For your residents, you can talk about any virtual programs for building community you will implement in 2021. It’s best to consider social distancing as a part of your normal way of getting your residents together because 2021 may be similar to the current year in terms of safety precautions.

2. Address Problem Areas

In preparation for a successful new year it is important to deal with any problem areas that your property may be struggling with currently. These problem areas could be a result of COVID-19 or they could be normal, every day issues your apartment community is facing. Nip these things in the bud now so you can have your staff and residents start the new year off from an empowered and positive place.

3. Allow For Grace

No matter what your goals and struggles are with your residents and your team, the biggest thing to keep in mind is everyone has had a really hard year. One of the simplest things you can do to keep your work and resident culture positive is to give them all grace when they are feeling stressed and helpless. This can include being more lenient on common infractions such as being late to work or being late with a rent payment for the remainder of this year.

4. Keep Your Residents in the Know With Zoom Gatherings

Social distancing has completely dismantled most apartment community events and because of this many renters feel disconnected from their property’s attempts to forge a sense of community among their residents. Regular Zoom meetings for residents to give them updates and a place to ask questions are very beneficial for a property’s culture. You can encourage attendance by offering prize giveaways which winners can be picked at random from the Zoom attendees.

5. Pay Special Attention to Social Media and Trends

Lastly, be sure to keep your property’s social media accounts active with resident information and property initiatives. An active social media account will be very helpful to your leasing agents as they are selling virtually to potential renters. Making their job easier and more effective will help to increase a general feeling of job satisfaction and keep the property’s culture positive.

It’s times like these that can make or break a property’s living and work culture. You can either start 2021 with positivity and optimism or you can start the new year with bitterness and fatigue, it’s up to you!

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5 Reasons You Shouldn’t be Spooked to Hire A Leasing Agent from Outside the Apartment Industry

5 reasons You Shouldn’t be “Spooked” to Hire A Leasing Agent from Outside the Apartment Industry

We now find ourselves in October of one of the most monumental years in our time and it’s safe to say that standards across the apartment industry have changed. Our industry has not escaped the upheaval the pandemic has caused, especially when it comes to hiring.

The apartment industry has not slowed down since the economic downturn caused by COVID-19 and because of this there is a high demand for leasing agents, especially ones that can sell over the phone or video chat. 

The good news is that there are plenty of excellent candidates in the hiring pool, although they may not come from a traditional leasing background. Below we go into detail of why you shouldn’t be “spooked” this October from hiring a leasing agent that comes from another professional industry.

1. Look for a Background in Phone Sales

Many sales for apartment homes are being conducted via phone calls and video chat with virtual walkthroughs. Because of this, a candidate that is used to selling a high-priced item over the phone would be an ideal addition to a leasing team. Look for candidates that come from a background of equipment sales, or even car sales, that were conducted via phone call follow ups. Basically any sales experience where the majority of the sale process was conducted virtually would be acceptable.

2. Seek out Experience with Video Chat for Meetings or Sales Calls

While high-priced sales experience is great, don’t ignore candidates that may have extensive experience of conducting meetings with fellow employees or clients via video chat and conference calls. Closing the sale in a virtual experience is more about establishing credibility and connection with the prospective tenant, which is a skill that is learned from extensive time communicating with people in a virtual manner. 

3. Customer Service Job History can be Ideal

The customer service industry is a tough one to work in. You have to be extremely flexible with handling people at their worst times, while usually doing so over the phone or virtual chat. Being a successful customer service agent means you can keep cool under pressure, have the stamina to work long hours in a repetitive environment, and be able to troubleshoot during the customer interactions. All of these skills would equate to a great leasing agent that is selling apartment homes over the phone.

4. Check out the TimeShare Industry

An industry that is often ignored when looking for candidates to sell high-priced items over the phone or video chat is the timeshare industry. This is a huge industry that has taken a massive hit because of the reduction of tourism. Many successful timeshare agents that are used to closing big deals on high-priced vacation rentals are finding themselves on the hunt for their next opportunity. These candidates not only have experience selling rentals via virtual walkthroughs, but they also have extensive experience selling clients over the phone.

5.  Consider the Non-Profit Employee

Lastly we want to mention the non-profit employee. This may not be a sector you would usually consider when you are thinking of sales, however a big part of working in the nonprofit industry is raising money for their company. Many employees spend the majority of their time on the phone with prospective donors, trying to secure funds for their cause. Being comfortable with asking for money from people over the phone is an important key in virtual sales and a component that many people are not comfortable with. 

We hope you find success with seeking leasing agents from outside of the apartment industry, there certainly are many different sectors that you can look to for your ideal candidate. As we close out this strange year we can be sure that some things, such as virtual selling, aren’t going to disappear once we have a vaccine. Be prepared for the new normal!

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Innovative Ways Working Parents are Tackling Virtual Learning

In the 5 months since COVID disrupted our lives, virtual learning has gone from something we were frantically trying to pull together to the new normal in our children’s education. However no matter how used to the situation parents and students are now, it does nothing to alleviate the stress and frustration virtual learning causes in the home. After all, most of us were not trained as teachers and didn’t plan on taking on a second profession. Not to mention jobs in areas such as Multifamily Housing that can’t afford for their employees to work from home.

Fortunately, there are some ways to make homeschooling a bit easier. Below we discuss 3 ways working parents are tackling virtual learning.

1. Schedule Your Work Calls during Their Most Engaged Time

Assuming you are working from home, you will have to take Zoom and phone calls that require your full attention for your job. Inevitably during this important time your child, or children, will need something from you and this simple scenario could reap a big amount of stress. One way to help avoid this common situation is to schedule your calls during their most engaging school time. Perhaps this is when they are doing an art project if they are younger, or when they are in a live-streamed virtual classroom if they are older. It may not be clear initially when they will be most engaged, however after a month of instruction you will begin to see patterns of when the best time to schedule your work calls are. While you are going through this learning phase, let your supervisor or clients know what is going on so they can support you with flexibility during this impermanent time.

2. Plan on Doing Weekend Work Time 

This tip isnt going to be the most popular one with working parents, but desperate times call for desperate measures. Saturday and Sunday may become the only two days a week where you can schedule some undivided attention for your job because your child will not have to ask you for help with their classwork. You would be surprised what 1 or 2 hours of uninterrupted time can accomplish for you in terms of work done. This means that you may be able to knock out a lot of activities on the weekends so you can destress your Monday-Friday daily routine.

3. Engage Your Community with a “Learning Pod”

We decided to end on a high note, especially after tip #2. The “Learning Pod” may be the absolute best life hack for virtual learning, especially if you work in a field that does not enable you to work from home such as the Multifamily Housing Industry.

The learning pod concept can be molded to fit almost any age group of kids ranging from two to eighteen years old.

Essentially you connect with 2-5 of your children’s virtual classmates that live in your area and create a “pod”. You would coordinate with the parents of those students to host the pod on certain days of the week. For example, if you are able to link up 5 students together you would only have to host your child’s pod 1 day a week and they would be out of the house the other days of the week at the other parent’s homes. You would drive them to the home and pick them up just like if they were attending school in-person.

In addition to freeing the parents to work, these groups will help hold each other accountable for classwork given by the school, handing in homework assignments, and completing assessments, as well as possible additional help as needed (including enrichment through a book club, science experiments, executive functioning games, chess, etc.).

The group may hire an educator (ranging anywhere from roughly $10 – $50 per hour, per child) or work independently if the students are older.

Of course, any group meeting in person should exercise diligence and caution to limit exposure to infection, including at least daily temperature checks, 6-foot distancing wherever possible, mask wearing, and frequent hand washing and/or sanitizing.

While all of these tips are helpful in navigating the new educational system we are all facing there is one tip that reigns supreme, which is self-forgiveness and understanding. No one is expecting virtual learning to be held to the same standard as in-person class. When you feel yourself getting overwhelmed and stressed, or you see your child getting overwhelmed and stressed, make sure to stop and take a moment to forgive yourself for falling short and to congratulate yourself and your child for navigating a historic time in the world. Just by showing up for virtual learning and working from home you are already achieving something not many humans have had to accomplish.

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How To Maintain Work-Life Balance

“Work-Life Balance” was one of the most searched for terms on Google last year and it’s easy to understand why. With the rise of technology invading our homes and personal time, it is becoming harder than ever to draw a line in the sand between work time and non-work time.

This is coupled with long work hours, extreme multitasking, and the pressure to work as hard as possible to maintain career trajectory. So how do you make sure your life doesn’t become your work? We have a few strategies that you can implement below!

Block Your Time

According to the bestselling book The One Thing by real estate celebrity Gary Keller, time blocking can be the way to propel yourself to career success. The method is simple: identify what the most important activity you do that directly relates to your job’s success rate and block off time to devote to just that. If you are in the multifamily industry your most important activity may be marketing your property. If you are a staffing professional your most important activity may be finding qualified candidates.

The sweet spot seems to be 25 minute time blocks with 10 minute breaks in between. The main focus of time blocking is to not get distracted by ANYTHING. No answering the phone, no checking email, no answering your co-worker. Find a spot where you can hunker down and let your colleagues know what you are doing. As you complete your time blocks you will know how many blocks a day to dedicate to your activity in order to get results. The point is to get more results in less time by implementing extreme focus.

Put Your Phone to Bed

Most of us are guilty of coming home from a long day at work only to sit on the comfy couch and stare at our phones. This activity has a numbing effect on us and serves to help us leave the stress of the day behind and lose ourselves in the world of the internet.

The problem with this activity is the disconnection it causes between us and the ones we love. Our children and spouses get robbed of their time with us because our faces are in our phone. Even if you live alone, your mind is distracted from fulfilling activities such as reading, working on a hobby, or spending time with friends (in real life).

A way to avoid the phone trap is to literally put it to bed at a certain time. If you have children and get home 3 hours before their bedtime, putting your phone to bed when you walk in the door is best. A drawer or an out-of-sight charging station is a great “bed” for a phone. If your job requires you to be on alert after works hours, you can set a timer to remind you to check your phone after an appropriate amount of time, such as every hour.

Be Mindful


Meditation is really an extraordinary practice. The key element to remember here is the word “practice” because it has to be done regularly and over time for it to have an effect on your brain.

The effect it will eventually have is to enable you to step back from stress and emotions and have the superpower to make decisions and take action from a place of neutral observation.

Start with sitting quietly and focusing on your breathing for 3 minutes a day. Aim to work up to 10 minutes a day of sitting in purposeful silence with the goal of gently turning away from any thoughts or emotions that comes into your mind as you meditate.

In addition, during your day as your transition from task to task, try to have a moment where you come back briefly to that place of observation and refocus on what you are about to do. This mindfulness will not only increase your effectiveness, but it will also serve you when work time is done and you transition into personal time.

Achieving work-life balance is at the top of most working people’s list of priorities and with the above steps you can begin to achieve better relationships at work, home, and with yourself.

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Top Tips for Using LinkedIn in 2019

Social networking is a fantastic way to accomplish your professional goals and no other social network delivers opportunities like LinkedIn.

We know the idea of paying attention to one more social network may seem exhausting, but we assure you that by implementing these top tips for using LinkedIn you will see quick and compounding results.

Get a Professional Headshot

When it comes to an online presence you can’t get around the fact that your image is going to be the first thing people look at when considering you for an opportunity. You don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars with a professional photographer (although it is a great investment) if you don’t want to. It can be as simple as getting in front of a white or black background, being professionally dressed, have adequate lighting, and use your smartphone to snap a shot. The biggest thing you want to avoid is having an unprofessional photo attached to your LinkedIn profile.

Put Keywords in Your Tagline, aka Headline

LinkedIn automatically defaults this area of your profile for your job title. However, it is best to put keywords for your industry so you can stay on the radar of recruiters, related businesses, and candidates. In the multifamily housing industry you would use key words such as:

Apartment Industry Recruiter | Multifamily Staffing Professional | Hiring Specialist

Not only do these keywords explain the job title of someone that works in the multifamily industry, but they also get picked up in LinkedIn’s algorithms when a user searches for them.

Join Groups on LinkedIn

LinkedIn groups are like mini-networking happy hours online. They get incredibly specialized and can be a gathering place where you can meet industry professionals, bounce around ideas, and ask for advice. In addition to the immediate value LinkedIn groups can provide, they will also be there for you when you decide to look for your next professional opportunity. LinkedIn groups are not for selling products or services, they are for networking and should be treated with respect for the other members.

Update Your Connections

From the Clark Blog (https://clark.com/employment-military/linkedin-profile-tips-get-job/):

On a monthly basis, update your contacts that you include in your list of LinkedIn connections. LinkedIn gives you a powerful tool to expand your network. Go to My Network, click on Connections and click on the star wheel to the right to access the ability to add your Gmail contacts or import contact files to invite to your network.

Additionally, under My Network, you can choose “Add Contacts” and LinkedIn gives you the opportunity to add individuals one-by-one or choose your email provider to sync your contacts with your profile connections.

Upload Video To Your Profile

Here are some ideas:

  • Record a short video giving an overview of the content you’re sharing
  • Review a book or other piece of content and share your review.
  • Share videos of client testimonials.
  • Do an overview of a product or platform and share a few tips or tricks.
  • Create a teaser or trailer to a longer video or episode of a series.

Video is an amazing way to get your profile at the top of search results within LinkedIn.

There you go, a few quick tips to make LinkedIn work for you which leads to happy networking in 2019!

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Apartment Groundskeeper (Austin, TX)

Job details

Salary$13 – $14 an hourJob TypeFull-timeNumber of hires for this role10+

Qualifications

  • Location:
    • Austin, TX 78731 (Preferred)

Full Job Description

Hire Priority has an eye for talent and is looking for several qualified Apartment Groundskeepers for communities in the Austin area. If you are a team player, who takes pride in their work, this may be the perfect opportunity for you!

Location: Austin

Why become apart of our team?

  • We are a caring team and strongly believe in a great work-life balance.
  • We offer a competitive hourly wage and pay weekly

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Maintain the community’s appearance: walk the community on a frequent basis and removing litter. Attention to detail is important!
  • Keep common areas (pool, laundry room, dumpster, and recreation areas)
  • Rake, sweep, and shovel. Safely operate small hand tools and mechanical equipment such as blowers
  • Perform power washing, paint curbs, trash out apartments, maintain light fixtures throughout the property as needed
  • Perform all other apartment maintenance duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Apartment industry experience is helpful!
  • Detail-oriented
  • Entry-level experience in painting, janitorial work, knowledge of basic tools, etc.
  • Ability to work outdoors for extended periods of time
  • CPO (preferred)

Please be available for an immediate interview!

(Se Habla Espanol)

Must provide identification and proof of eligibility to work in the U.S, and complete an application and interview.

We look forward to adding you to our team!

INDAUS

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $13.00 – $14.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift

Location:

  • Austin, TX 78731 (Preferred)

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Leasing Consultant

Job details

Salary$13 – $15 an hourJob TypeFull-timeNumber of hires for this role10+

Qualifications

    • Customer Service: 1 year (Preferred)

Full Job Description

Hire Priority, Austin’s leader in Multifamily staffing is currently seeking to hire Experienced Apartment Leasing Consultant. If you are motivated, hardworking, capable of closing deals, and love to work with amazing people every day, this may be the perfect opportunity for you!

Leasing Consultant Responsibilities:

  • Engage and assist current and prospective residents
  • Show available apartment homes and amenities
  • Generate leads and follow up with prospects daily
  • Screen and qualify prospects and prepare lease agreements
  • Execute marketing strategies to increase traffic to the property

Leasing Consultant Requirements:

  • Multifamily leasing agent experience of at least 1 year, preferred for immediate placement
  • Experience in Yardi, Onesite, or Bluemoon helpful
  • Strong customer service skills, professionalism, and self-confidence
  • Weekend availability is a MUST
  • Lease Up Experience preferred

Leasing Consultant Benefits:

  • Tremendous opportunities for advancement
  • Great benefits and commissions
  • Up to $15/hr DOE

Please be available for an immediate interview!

Must provide identification and proof of eligibility to work in the U.S, and complete an application and interview process.

We look forward to adding you to our team!

INDAUS

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $13.00 – $15.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekends

Experience:

  • Leasing: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Customer Service: 1 year (Preferred)

Company’s website:

  • hirepriority.com

Work Remotely:

  • No

COVID-19 Precaution(s):

  • Remote interview process

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Groundskeeper and Maintenance (Houston, TX)

Job details

Salary$12 – $15 an hourJob TypeFull-timePart-timeNumber of hires for this role10+

Qualifications

    • General Maintenance: 1 year (Preferred)
    • Driver’s License (Preferred)

Full Job Description

Hire Priority has an eye for talent and is looking for several qualified Apartment Groundskeepers for communities in the Houston area. If you are a team player, who takes pride in their work, this may be the perfect opportunity for you!

Locations: Houston / Katy / Baytown / Humble / Clear Lake

Why become apart of our team?

  • We are a caring team and strongly believe in a great work-life balance.
  • We offer a competitive hourly wage and pay weekly

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Maintain the community’s appearance: walk the community on a frequent basis and removing litter. Attention to detail is important!
  • Keep common areas (pool, laundry room, dumpster, and recreation areas)
  • Rake, sweep, and shovel. Safely operate small hand tools and mechanical equipment such as blowers
  • Perform power washing, paint curbs, trash out apartments, maintain light fixtures throughout the property as needed
  • Perform all other apartment maintenance duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Apartment industry experience is helpful!
  • Detail-oriented
  • Entry-level experience in painting, janitorial work, knowledge of basic tools, etc.
  • Ability to work outdoors for extended periods of time
  • CPO (preferred)

Please be available for an immediate interview!

(Se Habla Español) You can apply now or call us at 713-960-9906

Must provide identification and proof of eligibility to work in the U.S, and complete an application and interview.

We look forward to adding you to our team!

INDHOU

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $12.00 – $15.00 per hour

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday

Experience:

  • Apartment maintenace: 1 year (Preferred)
  • General Maintenance: 1 year (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • Driver’s License (Preferred)

Work Remotely:

  • No

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Leasing Consultant (Bilingual) (Houston, TX)

Job details

Salary$13 – $15 an hourJob TypeFull-timePart-timeNumber of hires for this role10+

Qualifications

    • Property Management: 1 year (Preferred)
    • Spanish (Preferred)

Full Job Description

Hire Priority, leaders in Multifamily Staffing is looking to hire a high-energy Leasing Consultant, who isn’t afraid of working hard and loves interacting with people. If you are motivated, dependable, capable of closing deals, and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, this may be the perfect opportunity for you!

Leasing Consultant Responsibilities:

  • Engage with prospective residents by showing units and amenities (virtually)
  • Generate leads and follow up with prospects
  • Prepare and process lease agreements
  • Provide excellent customer service to residents and prospective residents
  • Execute marketing strategies to increase traffic to the property

Leasing Consultant Requirements:

  • Minimum one-year experience in the apartment industry
  • Excellent customer service skills, professionalism, and self-confidence are a MUST
  • Fluent in Spanish
  • Weekend availability is a MUST

Location Openings: Houston / Richmond / Katy / Humble / Baytown / Galleria / Memorial / Sugarland

Please be available for an immediate interview! Must provide identification and proof of eligibility to work in the U.S.

We look forward to adding you to our team! Submit your resume or call us at 713) 960-9906!

INDHOU

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $13.00 – $15.00 per hour

Experience:

  • Property Management: 1 year (Preferred)

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  • Spanish (Preferred)
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