You need a property accountant in the finance department if you are working in real estate sector. When it comes to a senior property accountant, they need to have significant experience and formal education as they have to take care of the financial aspects of commercial, industrial as well as residential properties.
The job duties of a senior property accountant vary from firm to firm. However, the common role of a senior property accountant is to prepare income statements and financial reports every month for the company.
Let’s have a deeper look into the role:
Senior property accountants need to have a diverse set of skills in order to perform their job duties well:
When it comes to experience, they should have at least 5 years of experience working as a property accountant. But again, it depends upon the employer’s requirement as well.
Most of the real estate employers generally expect a senior property accountant to have a bachelor’s degree. Often having a master’s degree in accounting works as an additional advantage. In order to be competitive in this job category a master’s degree in accounting or equivalent is required. To stay up to date, certain certifications and additional courses related to property accountant are recommended. In order to be most productive in the job, great mathematical and organizational skills, problem-solving ability, listening and interpersonal skills are desired.
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