I have found that there is a hiring mentality in accounting which has made it a specialty occupation. While your training is valuable, the hiring HR departments think in terms of "industry". While I could find no training for a "property management accountant" at school, the job leads are looking for a specific "industry".
in your job search, you will see a need for a specific accounting package. In the minds of HR, the software does the accounting, and the accountant must know the software. Should you be fortunate to learn two or three accounting packages, you will understand that the software is similar, ie does reporting, does A/P and A/R, etc.
Your degree is an entry card to financial statement work. Your GPA will determine the level of pay, and in larger companies whether a lead or supervisory position will be offered.
The hiring needs of HR focus on "Industry Experience", specific software, and degree. As you have or will have a degree soon, you will want to determine whether General Accounting or Internal Audit or Cost Accounting would be of interest to you.
As your involvement with Accounting grows, know that it has become a specialized career field. The three items HR will focus on become the things which will determine you accounting future.