You’re welcome! Sounds like a good start, I hope you score a good position soon.
Obviously, your goal is to not get fired. But to resign on your own terms lol. However, if it happens it really depends on the property employment agreement. Usually, upon termination there could be a clause, stating the terminated employee agrees to vacate the property. A. The same day of termination or B. Vacating the unit within a certain timeframe. C. Or there could be an option to pay rent after termination and whatnot. Before you sign the dotted line, asks questions and sleep on it first. It’s a good career path, the money is good and the bonuses (X amount units rented) leases renewed are an extra perk.
You’re in SoFlo there are many condominiums, highrises, apartments (high-end to lower end) etc. Even if you’re not a good salesman, fake it 'til you make it. The hiring managers want to see an air of confidence; the ability to delegate to others in a professional manner. Also, the ability to remain calm; dealing with a tenant(s) from hell, handling a crisis like a water leak at 2 AM or some other onsite emergencies.
You can do this!