The team at Triumph are equipped with the knowledge and experience that every property manager should have. This knowledge and experience must, however, be marshaled and channeled in the right direction – a skill essential to good property management.

Property managers are skilled along many fronts. They’re able to juggle many tasks, for both landlord and tenant, in a way that keeps both parties satisfied. Property managers also manoeuvre through a complex legal nexus, a factor they must always keep in mind.

Property management is a professional duty, something that comes with experience and time. No qualification – whether it be through business or other means – comes close to the value of this experience. This experience builds a valuable and inimitable skillset.

But what are these skills? They include interpersonal skills, experience, organizational skills, and keeping attention-to-detail in mind at all times.

Interpersonal skills

Property managers need to be able to work with other people. This could be through negotiation, such as dealing with unscrupulous tenants, or, alternatively, through formulating a contract that suits both sides.

Property managers also need to be effective communicators. Communication, whether it’s in verbal or written form, needs to be clear and concise and honest. Managers should communicate and negotiate in a positive, honest, and ethical manner at all times.


Beholden upon property managers is their responsibility to preserve the value of the property. This is a profound responsibility, one that comes only with experience. However, a solid education can be a great starting point – particularly to Bachelor’s or Master’s level.

As managers, you’ll have to deal with a wide range of paperwork – whether it’s from accounts, contracts, or general correspondence – and dealing with this paperwork necessitates a robust knowledge of the issues. Only experience can put this knowledge into practice.

Organizational skills

Organizational skills are the glue that holds everything together – both interpersonal skills and personal experience. Organizational qualities ensure that everything runs smoothly and, given the number of tasks a property manager has, this is a vital skill to possess.

Property managers invariably have to deal with multiple properties, themselves holding multiple tenants. There are innumerable issues surrounding each property such as maintenance and tenant selection. Managers cannot afford to be complacent at any time.


Property managers need to keep abreast of ever-changing regulations. These include local building codes, ordinances, and health and safety legislation. Property managers also need to remain cognisant of state and federal legislation that impact these factors.

Managers also need to consider maintenance, too. With keen attention to detail, property managers can inspect the property for any potential hazards. They’ll be able to act prophylactically to prevent problems as opposed to treating problems when they occur.

Interpersonal skills, experience, organizational skills, and a keen attention-to-detail are four key skills that all property managers should possess. To learn more about what property management can do for you, check out this page for more information.