Condominium Property Manager Cover Letter
In this ad response, the first paragraph identifies the target position and begins to indicate the person's experience. The next two paragraphs elaborate on his experience and suitability for the job.
Sample Condominium Property Manager Cover Letter
March 28, 2010
2365 S Mayfield Ave
Chicago, IL 60652
Dear Mr. Smith:
Your advertised position for a property manager at a prestigious condominium development in Watertown, published in the Sunday Boston Globe, March 21, 2004, captured my immediate attention. I firmly believe, and hope you agree, that my long, embedded, and rich experience in residential and commercial property management meet the standards, drawn from your profile of the ideal candidate, to fill this position.
My background and foundation in real estate and property management are well documented in the enclosed resume, which highlights my notable competence and wide experience in rentals, leasing practices, inspections, financing, maintenance, and budgeting. Having successfully managed and advertised rental properties for M.P. Valois Real Estate, Ltd., during the past five years has given me a solid footing in this field.
In addition, I am very familiar with all the Boston real estate developments over the past 17 years, having worked extensively with the J. Varnum Corporation as Project Manager for such impressive developments as Windham Heights and Patriot Towers. At the latter development, I leased 19,000 square feet of condominium space and capably negotiated leasing contracts to tenants for commercial space that totaled 40,000 feet at the concourse.
Mr. Smith, if you agree with me that my qualifications match your specific employment requirements for this position, I would appreciate an opportunity to meet with you or another representative to review my candidacy in more depth. I look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your consideration of my application for this employment opportunity.