How to Professionally Respond to Meeting Time Requests: An Insight from ReLISTO

Our success at ReLISTO is built on a high level of professionalism and commitment to landlords. As our client base expands, we’re on the lookout for property managers, real estate assistants, and top-notch leasing agents who can embody our values. This process has inspired us to share how we expect our team to handle scheduling, a standard yet significant question often encountered on job platforms such as LinkedIn 

When as a job applicant, a leasing agent, or a property manager you are asked for three available meeting times, it’s crucial to respond with thoughtfulness and precision. Here’s a template that reflects these qualities:

“Thank you for reaching out. I am available to meet at the following times:

  • [Date and Time, e.g., Monday, August 15th at 10:00 AM]
  • [Date and Time, e.g., Tuesday, August 16th at 2:00 PM]
  • [Date and Time, e.g., Wednesday, August 17th at 4:00 PM]

Please let me know which time works best for you, or if you have other preferences. Looking forward to our meeting!”

While “anytime” might seem accommodating, it can lead to a lack of specificity, a perceived lack of commitment, scheduling conflicts, or imbalances in power dynamics. At ReLISTO, we value clarity, commitment, and confidence – attributes that resonate with our mission to care for landlords, properties, and residents.

Professional scheduling is more than a matter of convenience; it’s a reflection of character, responsibility, and attention to detail. Through this blog post, ReLISTO aims to equip not only potential team members but also anyone navigating the professional landscape with the skills to handle scheduling with grace. Whether you’re embarking on a job search, preparing for an interview, or striving to excel in your current role, these insights can set you apart. We invite you to explore opportunities with ReLISTO, where our culture of excellence translates into personal and professional growth. Visit our Careers page to learn more and become part of a leasing and management team that cares about more than just property – we care about people.