Host said: How did you get your start doing assistant property manager work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?
Do you need a particular educational background?
Search the state you are in and you will find Assistant Property Manager positions that require no more than a HSD/GED. They are looking for great customer service skills and office skills. I started in the mortgage business which was easy to get into. From there I spent a year as Property Administrator/AKA Lease Administrator position. It is mostly clerical and any one with office skills can handle it. I luck up on a Property Manager position. It is part-time, but I handle all the day to day operations as a full time one. I believe you may find it easier to find a position in a market rental building or complex verses a HUD or Tax credit building. In any case search, and you will find someone will give you a chance.