Leasing Agent

Establish a rapport and conduct residential property showings.

Salary - Contract
Benefits Offered -
Employment Type -
FLSA Status - Non Exempt

Leasing Agent Independent Contractor


  • Conducts property showings
  • Prepares by reviewing, studying, and knowing property details, neighborhood highlights, and facts including rent, availability, utilities, pets, parking, and time to commute between showings.
  • Arrives at showings 15-20 minutes early to ensure properties are ready to be displayed.
  • Prepare to provide insight to prospective renters.
  • Consults with prospective tenants to identify requirements and budgets.
  • Executes a high level of professionalism in appearance, communication, and customer service.
  • Establishes rapport with prospective tenants and provides personalized service to have a positive experience.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Associate degree required.
  • A reliable vehicle with a current driver’s license and auto insurance is required.
  • Property management certification is required within the first 30 days.
  • Basic computer/phone skills are required with the ability to learn company-specific software programs.

Physical Requirements

  • Prolonged periods of standing and walking, giving tours, and meeting with potential tenants.
  • Must be able to traverse a variety of properties with stairs and in a variety of weather.
  • Must be able to work weekends and evenings.

Requires Skills/Abilities

  • Independence: Leasing Agent must manage daily schedules, organize to ensure knowledge about properties, commute times, and neighborhoods.
  • Interpersonal Skills: Agents interact with prospective tenants face-to-face daily and must be able to listen, respond effectively, and communicate with the Leasing Manager to help determine hot leads versus cold leads.
  • Persuasion Skilled leasing agents must be convincing, enhance home/neighborhood features, and be friendly to attract qualified tenants.
  • Problem-Solving Skills: Leasing agents must be able to troubleshoot when various issues arise such as finicky keys, lockboxes, traffic, locating parking, real estate laws, and sometimes difficult people.
  • Leasing Agents must schedule and pass the Property Manager exam within the first 30 days of employment. Once the Agent has successfully passed this exam, Nomadic Real Estate will reimburse the employee for the exam fee.

Ready to Apply?

Send your resume and cover letter to [email protected]

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If this is your first time leasing your property or you’ve had a bad experience with other property managers, get in touch to schedule an initial consultation with us today. We will walk you through a personalized market analysis of your home and give you our professional recommendations of services needed. As always, our initial consults are always free, and in person. Reach out and get started today!

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How do net distributions work?

Net distributions keep your accounting clean and simple. Each month we’ll collect rent from the tenants, deduct any repair expenses for the previous month and any management/leasing fees for the current month, and credit the remaining net operating income to your account. 

You’ll receive a statement via email each time a net distribution is processed, and can view all transaction details in your Propertyware owner portal.