Property Manager - Commercial / Residential-Central London
Ref: (Ref: A19O977)
Salary: £ 40,000 - 45,000
Specialist Area: Property Manager
Start Date: ASAP
Our Client is a well-established property management firm who specialise in both commercial and residential properties. They have been operating for over 30 years and manage a substantial portfolio mainly across London. They are now looking for a Property Manager to join the team to help manage a portfolio of both commercial and residential properties.
The Role will include:
- Managing a portfolio of commercial properties including office and industrial as well as a residential block and mixed-use portfolio.
- Drafting service charge budgets for all properties.
- Performing full review of all leases to correct/update all tenancy schedules across portfolio.
- Appraising all tenancy schedules and highlighting all outstanding rent reviews or lease renewals.
- Negotiating new lease terms on behalf of landlord.
- Drafting lease packs for landlord/tenant review.
- Processing insurance claims and arranging the repairs arising from the claim.
- Ensuring fees are invoiced as and when appropriate for works excluded from the management contract (Section 20 Notice works).
- Preparing and distributing agendas for Director’s meetings and AGM’s.
- Attending Board meetings, including AGM’s and Directors meetings
- Handling lessees’ applications for a Licence for Alteration.
- Renewing Directors & Officers’ insurance policy for freehold companies.
- Commissioning Fire Risk Assessments, Health & Safety reports, Water Tests and Asbestos Surveys where they are required and ensuring recommendations are implemented.
- Ensuring all Health and Safety regulations are adhered to.
- Checking accuracy of service charge demands and ensuring they go out on time and to the correct person.
- Recovering arrears and liaising with tenants, instructing solicitors or negotiating payment plans.
- Performing full reviews of service charge expenditure reports and liaising with accounts on costs which have been wrongly allocated.
The Person MUST have residential block management experience, and although commercial property management experience would be helpful, it is not essential. Knowledge and experience of relevant Landlord and Tenant Acts / legislation will be required and any professional qualification would be advantageous. The incumbent will have strong communication skills (written and verbal) as this active role will be quite client facing. This is a good opportunity for someone who has a passion for property management and the drive to progress their career on the commercial property management side.
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