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Leasing Agent

Job Description and Requirements

Leasing Agent Responsibilities.

Include: Presenting properties and provided amenities in a positive light to prospective tenants. Acting as a landlord for property owners and help them navigate the property market


Leasing agents work with property owners to find good tenants for their buildings. ... Leasing agents work with property owners and help they navigate the complex nature of the property market. Agents find people and businesses and determine their needs and wants for the property, as well as their economic viability.


Leasing Agents are required to scout for tenants for commercial office buildings and shopping malls and making them sign lease agreements with owners. They may work in the residential and commercial areas by renting out flats, shops, office spaces, residences, among other establishments for a certain period of time. These agents provide useful information to prospect clients about the property and the community and schedule visits to show the facilities.


Leasing Agents usually perform many of the following tasks: 
• Preparing documents. 
• Showing properties to tenants. 
• Checking credibility of the renters. 
• Maintaining cleanliness on the properties. 
• Clarifying doubts about this industry.



• Being persuasive. 
• Having high attention to details. 
• Being a good negotiator. 
• Having math skills. 
• Being computer literate. 
• Having good communication skills. 
• Being flexible. 
• Having sales skills. 
• Being able to work with a team. 
• Having multitasking skills.




Candidates having a Degree in Real Estate Management, Business, or related subjects will have better job opportunities in this industry. Persons who want to work in this field can take courses related to Real Estate and Property Management offered by vocational schools, adult learning centers, and community colleges. Professionals of this area are required to have a license in some states. This qualification can be obtained by completing a jurisdiction-approved real estate course and passing an examination.