Administrative, Clerical, Support Services, Real Estate/Property Management, Site Personnel - Office & Leasing
Assist the Property Manager with the ongoing leasing and administrative functions of the property. The primary function of the position is verification of the certification for all resident files; all program related activities are in compliance with the rules and regulations of all federal regulations, local public housing, and tax credit guidelines. Verify income eligibility and preferences of applicants, accurately compute family income. Also, must be able to assist with tax credit evaluations, initial certifications, as well as recertifications. Prepare contracts, lease agreements, income changes, interim reviews, housing assistance payment adjustments, and/or withholdings. Must be able to clearly communicate in a positive manner with the clients. Ability to process work and purchase orders as well as rent payments. Assist in the day-to-day administration of affordable and income based housing.
Must be flexible and able to assist with all aspects of leasing and day-to-day property functions. Ability to perform accurate mathematical computations, good spelling, and grammar skills. Yardi experience preferred. Experience in the field of low income housing and tax credit programs, particularly Section-8. Exceptional organizational, oral, and written communications skills a plus. Computer proficiency a must. Must have ability to problem solve and resolve applicant and resident issues.
McCormack Baron Management, Inc. recognizes that successful management of mixed-income developments in urban neighborhoods requires a management strategy that acknowledges the unique challenges facing the neighborhood and its residents. Our staff understands the complexities of managing mixed-income housing, possesses the technical expertise to handle multi-layered compliance issues, and offers t...he personal touch needed to work with residents of diverse backgrounds. We manage our developments to market rate standards, and work with residents and the larger community to address the non-housing needs issues that exist in the community. We are committed to affirmative action and to performing equal opportunity outreach to ensure that people from all walks of life have the opportunity to live in our communities.