What do commercial property managers earn and how do they get paid? Is it a % of the amount the company earns?

In Property Management - Asked by Bob O. - Feb 22, 2016
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J. David F.
Broker/Agent
Brentwood, TN

Generally, a typical manager of commercial properties will average between $675,000 to $100,000 annual compensation. There are various means of being compensated, the key is having the agreement in written form and signed by all the principals. The other component to compensation is what do you bring to the table, your track record and the type property being overseen.

Feb 25, 2016
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Chris R.
Broker/Agent
Denton, TX

This will vary from region to region and from company to company and have many factors. A commercial PM in a company would be compensated based partly on their experience, credentials, properties they are assigned to and duties expected to be performed. It could be based on a base salary and a % of the fees generated by the properties they manage. It could be entirely % based. Just gets down to what the parties can agree on.

Mar 18, 2016
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