Rental coordinators assist building owners needing to either lease a building in whole, like a home, or in parts, as with apartments. They collect payments, lease space, search for tenants and otherwise make sure that everything goes flawlessly in the process for the new tenant and owner.
Rental coordinators are the point of contact between renters and owners, acting as the liaison between both of the parties. These skillful people rent out a property on behalf of the owner and collect renters' data, conduct paperwork, background and credit checks, and give renters various kinds of information. Rental coordinators are also seen answering calls, monitoring building conditions and showing buildings to potential renters.
This position is not about strict educational requirements. A high school diploma in the related major is sufficient, but one can pursue a bachelor's degree for an additional edge. The average annual salary for a rental coordinator is approximately $33,000.