Leasing Consultant (Aertson Midtown)

Job Locations US-TN-Nashville
Position Type
Regular Full-Time



Buckingham is seeking a sales-drive and customer-focus professional with excellent organizational and decision-making skills. This individual demonstrates active listening and gratitude, draws people to them and proactively communicates with others. As Leasing Consultant, this individual initiates and coordinates all phases of our apartment community leasing, focusing on positive resident relations and optimal resident retention.


At Buckingham, our standard is to push the standard. We take a customer approach to all projects, big or small. Real estate is an investment and at Buckingham, our biggest investment is our people. Our diverse teams are blended with individuals who foster the company’s entrepreneurial spirit, have unparalleled industry expertise and aren’t afraid to exceed expectations. Our team members are valued and encouraged to explore creativity, to be free-thinkers that bring outside-the-box solutions.

We offer the opportunity to build the future. From our branded onboarding and orientation, First Day by Design, you’ll be empowered to seek new challenges, to earn respect and the admiration of others. Recognized as a consecutive year Best Places to Work awardee, we build our future leaders through our professional development programs, paid tuition and certification programs and executive coaching.

As a member of Property Management, Buckingham offers a total compensation package with competitive market salary, commission- and performance-based incentives, paid time off and comprehensive company-sponsored benefits.


As Leasing Consultant, you are responsible for daily functions related to residency inquiries, property tours and prospective resident networking and engagement. A strong candidate is one who understands the apartment application process and strives to exceed leasing goals and objectives.


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