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My name is Carol Roberts, and I have a background in the real estate business, where I’ve primarily worked in sales and customer care. Now I’m looking for new and exciting challenges.
When I read about the property manager position at [Company Name], it definitely piqued my interest.
I believe I am just the right person for you!
The way I see it, there are several factors that suggest that I am the right person to contribute to your continued success.
First of all, my previous work experience has given me a stable foundation to build on when it comes to working with people. My job as a real estate agent has been particularly important when it comes to developing the skills necessary to succeed as a property manager.
In addition to these experiences, I also bring with me a solid education. My Associate degree in property management and business administration from University of Rochester is a good fit for the job requirements and my years of schooling have also honed my ability to learn new things quickly.
Experience and knowledge are important aspects, but they tend to pale in comparison to having the right personal qualities. I am often described as financially adept, flexible and socially skilled – traits that I believe are all important to succeeding as property manager.
I hope that this brief presentation has given you an idea of who I am, and what I can bring to [Company Name]. I feel strongly that I would be able to meet your expectations, and look forward to being called to an interview so that I might introduce myself further.