Property Accountant

New York, New York • $75,000 - $85,000

About the Company:

Our client, an ultra-high residential real estate company combines boutique hotel personality with imaginative architectural design to create a fresh new standard for apartment living.


  • Manage and perform month-end close process including preparation of financial reporting packages and commentary to owners/partners
  • Account reconciliation, bank reconciliations, ad hoc reporting, analysis and miscellaneous projects
  • Oversee and follow-up with property management regarding resident ledgers, Account Receivable Resident Aging and Gross Potential Revenue Report/ Vacancy Rent posting
  • Miscellaneous support related to Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and process for Resident security deposits
  • Compile and review analysis of detailed budget variance reports, income, expense, capital expenditures, leasing costs, NOI and cash flow
  • Assist in revenue management and budgeting through data mining and system generated analysis.
  • Ability to handle tight deadlines, ad-hoc and miscellaneous requests as required


  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university
  • 3 years+ experience and advanced knowledge of accounting
  • Preferred knowledge residential property management
  • Proficiency with Excel and familiarity with all Microsoft Office Suite Applications
  • An aptitude for problem solving and procedure and workflow structuring
  • Ability to think independently as well as work in a team environment
  • Excellent communication, problem solving, procedure and workflow structuring skills.
  • GAAP reporting experience a must, Tax and IFRS reporting experience a plus:


Compensation & Benefits:

  • $80,000 – $85,000 Base Salary
  • Competitive Bonus
  • 25 Vacation Days
  • 401k with generous Match
  • BEST IN CLASS Culture, the firm has a team of people from every division that sits down each week to discuss how to make things better



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