Real Estate Office Assistant Sample Job Interview Questions

Real Estate Office Assistant Sample Job Interview Questions

 

Here are sample Real Estate Office Assistant job interview questions designed specifically for the Real Estate career. Be sure to check out more Real Estate interview questions.

Describe your experience with handling tenant inquiries, emails, telephone calls, and correspondence.

Tell me a bit more about your background with rent collections and accounts payable.

How do you ensure success when you creating cost summaries and tracking work assignments?

What qualities do you think make a great Real Estate Office Assistant?

What do you find most challenging when setting up appointments, marketing campaigns, messages and help facilitate in getting transactions closed. Why?

what interests you most about this job as a Real Estate Office Assistant?

Tell me about a meeting in which you had to take a stand on an unpopular issue. What did you say?

Have you written letters to answer complaints in our job as Real Estate Office Assistant? Tell me about a recent situation.

Give me an example of a good decision you made recently as a Real Estate Office Assistant.

What do you know about providing administrative support to real estate management office?

In your view, what is the most important aspect of balancing ledgers? Why?

When judging the performance of your subordinates, what factors are most important to you in our job as Real Estate Office Assistant?

How much experience do you have operating a computer, PDA, printers, word, drill press, etc.)? How proficient are you?

Have you ever set up a course of action to accomplish a long-range goal or vision as a Real Estate Office Assistant? What was it and how did you set it up?

How have you prepared yourself for this job for our company?

Give me an example of a time when you worked with team members in deciding each person's task.

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Bonus Questions


  • Which do you consider more valuable, a high salary or job recognition and advancement?
  • Can you think of a time when you intervened to get your team back on track because they couldn't decide on an issue? Explain.
  • Sometimes supervisors' evaluations differ from ours. When has this happened to you? What did you do? What do you consider the most important contributions your department has made to the organization? What was your role? Give examples.

Daily Interview Tip

When you prepare for an interview, plan and rehearse answers to potential interview questions. It may be useful to memorize your training, skills and experience, and be ready to answer questions on what you did and how you did it. Make sure that you are ready for the follow-up call: If the employer is supposed to call you on a certain day, be available to take the call. Before your interview, start mapping your identifiable, provable skills against the interviewing company's needs.