Top 10 Property Management Companies for Jobs

Property Management can be a fun and rewarding career.  It pays decently too.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), property managers make a median income of $30.90/hr or $64,270/yr.  But not all property management companies are created equal.  Some companies may have more jobs to offer or even pay better.  Others are reported by employees as just being pleasant places to work.

Here’s how the top 10 property management companies compare for job opportunities and workplace environment:

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1. Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC

Charleston, SC

214,696 Properties

Average Property Manager Salary: $46,102

Glass door: 3.5 rating

2. Riverstone Residential Group

Dallas, TX

176,319 Properties

Average Property Manager Salary: $39,532

Glass door: 3.7 rating

3. Lincoln Property Company

Dallas, TX

153,445 Properties

Average Property Manager Salary: $57,747

Glass door: 3.1 rating

4. Pinnacle Family Companies

Dallas, TX

132,450 Properties

Average Property Manager Salary: $28,800

Glass door: 3.1 rating

5. Equity Residential

Chicago, IL

109,465 Properties

Average Property Manager Salary: $59,858

Glass Door: 3.2

6. Winn Companies

Boston, MA

87,542 Properties

Average Property Manager Salary: $44,119

Glass door: 3.1

7. MAA

Memphis, TN

82,881 Properties

Average Property Manager Salary: $51,788

Glass door: 3.3 rating

8. AvalonBay Communities, Inc.

Arlington, VA

72,814 Properties

Average Property Manager Salary: $68,455

Glass door: 4.3

9. Alliance Residential Company

Phoenix, AZ

71,972 Properties

Average Property Manager Salary: $71,657

Glass door: 3.2

10. FPI Management, Inc.

Folsom, CA

69,675 Properties

Average Property Manager Salary: $44,000

Glass Door: 3.1

What is a Property Manager?

A property manager is typically in charge of conducting all business-related duties involved with rental properties. A property manager is responsible for:

  • Working with realtors, landlords and tenants
  • All aspects of leasing a residential, industrial, or commercial property
  • Maintenance of the property and its grounds
  • Keeping all financial records for a property – including tax information
  • Marketing property to ensure full capacity

A property manager, who is a third party who is hired to handle the daily operations of a real estate investment, may work with health care facilities, senior housing projects, government-subsidized public housing complexes, general apartment complexes or individual properties.

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