The Property Management Staffing Crisis

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The Property Management Industry is in a crisis. We see property managers quit one after the other. On average, a good property manager lasts for about nine months on the job, and then burnout sets in. So how can we put a stop to the revolving door of unhappy team members? Kirk Stafford joins us in the discussion about the property management staffing crisis.

Kirk knows what it’s like to be on the front line of property management, having worked in the industry for more than 35 years. Now, he uses his skills and experience to assist agencies and property managers in crafting their businesses and careers. In addition, his strong presence within the property management community has made him a sought-after mentor by industry leaders. Let’s hear more about Kirk’s views in today’s episode of The Property Management podcast. 

“There are much more important things in life than your job. You have the job and the income from it to enable you to enjoy your life.”

– Kirk Stafford

 

In This Episode:

  • Meet Kirk Stafford; a sought-after mentor in Property Management
  • Why are property managers leaving in droves?
  • What new technologies should agencies use to create a happier environment for property managers?
  • How can property managers adapt best to new business processes?
  • Kirk shares how he “reimagines the inner workings of the property management business.”
  • What can property managers do to improve their mindset?
  • Kirk recommends the following books:
    • Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek
    • The Universe Has Your Back by Gabrielle Bernstein
    • The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek 
    • Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey
    • First, We Make the Beast Beautiful: A New Story About Anxiety by Sarah Wilson
  • Action items from today’s episode

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