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#1

I think I need a new onsite manager for one of my parks. I don’t seem to be getting the performance out of her and the problems seem to be increasing. I don’t want her to know that I’m looking. What is the best way to look for new managers? I don’t believe that any of the residents would be good at it.


#2

You could try craigslist but not list any identifying information in the advertisement


#3

Thank you. That is what I am doing with an “Investor Group.” On CL.


#4

We used Zip Recruiter and found a great manager. It is a little pricey, but it was much more fruitful than Craigslist.


#5

What state are you located in? I’m in Georgia and just hired someone, but had a very good prospective second. I would be glad to refer him to you if interested.


#6

The park is in Ohio.


#7

When you say pricey, like how much?


#8

Do you recall how much you paid?


#9

Free rent, we pay all utilities and they get $400 per month.