The tasks of these individuals are different, yet strongly intertwined. The Asset Manager acts on behalf of the owner from the very beginning, i.e. before the property is built, and makes the investment decisions discussed earlier in the form of a strategy. Their tasks are aimed at achieving a high return on the client's capital, and include, but are not limited to, revenue and cost optimization, investment advice, and contract renegotiations. The Property Manager is the right hand of the owner, while having the power of attorney and responsibility for the property. It is a very important function in a company with a huge number of responsibilities. The Property Manager performs tasks in the field of finance, construction law, negotiating contracts with tenants and insurers, preventing and solving problems related to the functioning of the entire facility, as well as process optimization and environmental protection. The Facility Manager supports the Property Manager. They take over a large part of their duties related to safety, order and the technical condition of the building. It can be stated that they are responsible for the comfort of users and maintaining the value of the facility. They allow the Property Manager to focus on other tasks: tenants, contracts, finances and dealing with problems. They can also count on quick access to additional and specialized services. In emergency or non-standard cases, the service provider can arrange for mobile teams to arrive and bill for the service after it is completed. The fault is fixed without any delay and everyone is satisfied. It is worth emphasizing that the Facility Manager and Property Manager do not compete but rather support each other. There is room in the market for both functions, and collaboration between the two ensures effective property and facility management.