Mental Block

During the toughest of times of your career in property management, you may reflect on how and why you became a property manager in the first place. In our experience, most property managers fell into their first PM role rather than studying Real Estate at the University of Reading and discovering their block management calling.

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Interviewing for Introverts

Even the most extroverted person is unlikely to go into an interview knowing exactly what the interviewer is looking for in their next recruit, so like most of us, they’ll have some nerves to cope with. Being nervous for an interview is natural and generally a good sign that you care about securing the role.

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Block Management: Choosing the Right Company for You

These days, I am not convinced that residential property managers know what they want from an employer. Larger, smaller, traditional, ambitious, new builds, period blocks, office-based, site-based, home working…  There is a vast array of managing agents out there yet property managers don’t necessarily do their due diligence, so they don’t always make the right

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