Recently promoted to Property Manager, Meghan Solis simply gets results. She constantly exceeds our clients expectations, communicates (both in-person and through Building Engines) with tenants and holds our vendors to high standards. Meghan mentors and trains Tenant Coordinators within our company and routinely “saves the day” when there is an emergency. An example of her calm under pressure attitude happened last week when a car jumped a curb at a retail shopping center and crashed into the building. Meghan was on site within minutes, working with local authorities and multiple vendors to handle the situation. Never one to back down from a challenge, Meghan is an extremely valuable real estate professional that is highly respected in our industry. It is for these and many other reasons, I would like to respectfully nominate Meghan Solis for the Property Hero Award.
What do you love most about your role?
One of the things I love most about property management is that no day is the same. Things can change at any minute, requiring me to think quickly on my feet and sometimes complete multiple tasks at once. The variety of tasks that I take on is very broad. I can go from meeting a plumber at a property to look at a burst pipe, to carrying out a routine inspection. The different types of people that I meet on a daily basis challenges me to develop my communication and people skills. One of the biggest pleasures I get from my job is knowing that a Landlord places their trust in me to manage their investment property. I take the role of managing someone else’s property seriously, and when that trust is given to me it gives me great satisfaction.
What technology do you rely on most in your day to day work?
The technology I rely on the most is my cell phone. Since a good deal of my business is conducted on the road, my phone allows me to stay in constant communication with tenants, property owners and vendors