Property Management – Internship
Usc
Posted on 3/13/2024
INACTIVE
Tripalink

51-200 employees

Co-living property management enhancing tenant lifestyles
Company Overview
Tripalink stands out as a co-living company that prioritizes the needs and experiences of its residents, offering a blend of private and communal spaces with upscale amenities across multiple popular neighborhoods. The company's commitment to fostering a sense of community is evident in its organization of on-site events and its app, which facilitates property tours, payments, and exclusive local offers. Furthermore, Tripalink's prompt response to maintenance issues and its data-driven approach to improving the living environment underscore its dedication to enhancing the quality of life for its residents.
Data & Analytics
Real Estate

Company Stage

Series B

Total Funding

$58M

Founded

2016

Headquarters

Los Angeles, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

11%

1 year growth

15%

2 year growth

25%
Locations
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Experience Level
Intern
Desired Skills
Communications
CategoriesNew
Real Estate
Responsibilities
  • Manage regular move-in and move-out flow including checking units, collecting tenants information, explaining move-in instructions, sending the notice and dealing with deposits based on inspection.
  • Operate Appfolio system to manage customer data, maintenance requests, contracts, and other related issues in the renting process before and after the tenants move in.
  • Assign work orders and assist maintenance technicians with inspecting properties, supervising repairs, maintaining property units, common areas, and amenities to fulfill tenants' requests.
  • Communicate with the Property Manager and advance the completion of maintenance/repair progress with the vendors.
  • Visit different properties occasionally to ensure all sites and communities are maintained properly and foresee potential problems.
  • Establish fluent communication and good relationships with tenants by investigating and resolving their complaints.
  • Write, edit emails and make phones to vendors, owners, and other organizations for discussing and scheduling minor construction issues and others.