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Job Description for Lease Administrator
Lease administrators generally work at a large real estate firm with a rental portfolio or even a property management company, and their job is to oversee (and keep up-to-date) all contracts pertaining to rental of the properties owned or managed by the company and ensure that any necessary documentation is communicated. They also keep track of all related payments and obligations which may be part of those contracts, such as homeowner's association dues.
Typically, the lease administrator is the first person to initiate action on leases which may be in arrears; he/she may be involved with the company's accounts or collection department in this regard. In some cases, the administrator
may be responsible for establishing contact with the lessor to determine a means for receiving payment and establishing terms for such a plan. If further action is required, he/she may need to initiate it. Lease administrators are also responsible for notifying renters as leases near their termination and they may seek to extend the lease, establish new terms, or work out details for the separation of the contract.
Most employers prefer candidates who have at least an associate's or bachelor's degree in a business or administrative discipline. Companies with large rental property portfolios may prefer those with prior practical experience in property and lease management experience, as well. Lease administrators generally work traditional weekly business hours.
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