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Property Management
Employment Information

Wages

In Washington, the median wage for property, real estate and community association managers is $28.77/hour. Nationally, the median wage for property and real estate managers is $25.58/hour.

Working Conditions

Property managers work full or part-time, generally on a set schedule, including evenings or weekends to show available properties. Some apartment managers live in the building they manage. Apartment rent may then be provided as part of the salary.

Employment Outlook

Between 2012 and 2022, jobs for property managers are projected to increase 17 percent in Washington state. Nationally, the number of jobs is expected to grow 12 percent through the year 2022.