The Lease Audit Technician will maintain compliant lease
financial records for assigned region, including: desktop audit and
payment of shared common area maintenance, tax, and insurance
expense. This position will monitor and dispute increases and
inaccuracies for expense control, while serving as point of contact
for common area maintenance-related inquiries from landlords,
former property owners, tenants, and team members within assigned
Essential Job Functions
Responsible for auditing and payment of property bills within an
Verify Landlord statements with financial information within
Real Estate software by checking rents, monthly expenses, year-end
reconciliations and estimate reconciliations against statement.
Research past due and credit balances on Landlord statements and
resolve to prevent interest and lease default.
Perform desk top audit by reviewing and calculating common area
maintenance, tax, and insurance reconciliations with Lease
responsibility and dispute or process for payment.
Prepare and send Lease default correspondence to Landlords,
track for response, and work with Corporate Counsel for
Skills and Qualifications
Some college or vocational training with emphasis on business or
accounting and/or equivalent work experience.
Three or more years of clerical, computer, office organization
experience, book keeping, accounting, or customer service
Computer friendly with data entry skills.
Must possess organizational, attention to detail skills and be
able to prioritize tasks to meet deadlines.
Ability to proofread and compare numbers for accuracy.
Must have good customer service skills, typing, phones, and
knowledge of general office equipment.