Fast paced and productive workplace. Maintained a positive interaction with employees and tenants.
Resident Relations Specialist (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – November 11, 2015
A typical day at work involves interacting with both employees and tenants. Employee issues may arise due to unanswered questions about day to day business operations and community/resident concerns. I handle all aspects of property operations from posting payments to resolving resident disputes whether it is a noise complaint, accounting question, maintenance issue, etc. I also handle all aspects of day to day business activities such as retaining residents and making certain that all issues are resolved to the resident's satisfaction. I have learned to be proactive and to approach any situation in a positive and respectful manner. Teamwork is an integral part of my job and this is important in building a positive and trustworthy work environment. The hardest part of my job is tackling difficult situations and to find a solution that works to everyone's benefit. The most enjoyable part of my job is having colleagues that you can trust and collaborate with and a manager who is supportive.
Human Resources (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – September 19, 2017
I've worked at Aimco for a little over a year. I love the culture, as it's something that is lived, not just preached. They talk a lot about "owning it" and while that is not for everyone, I love that we are held accountable for our actions. We depend on each other, we support each other, and we work together for a common goal. As a publicly traded company, revenue is important. Those who are successful at Aimco understand that and appreciate that. We are goal-driven and we like to succeed. We like to set goals and crush them. We work hard and we make good decisions.
Manager (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – September 17, 2017
Aimco Management was a property management company that managed several buildings in New York City. I was a property manager for several buildings. My job was to do apartment inspections and generate work orders for maintenance work. I also supervised over forty workers in total. Working as a property manager was a lot of fun and I also learned alot about building structures and inspections.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – September 5, 2017
A typical day at work is always busy but fun. I learned more in a year than any other job. The relationships you create with your coworkers, leads and management are outstanding. Everyone is so helpful and friendly. There's always room for improvement, moving up or around in other departments, fun activities, food, and friends.
Online Leasing Application Specialist (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 4, 2017
Processed on-line application for the Atlanta and Orlando ROC. Ran FAR reports and posted payments on Property Bridge. Answered phone calls from customers regarding the status of their approval. Employment and residence verification. Processed 5-10 leas application per day through FOCUS.
Manager (Former Employee) – California – August 28, 2017
You are stretched to your absolute limit. Aimco was a great company several years ago but you now have a culture of higher level management greed. Apartments are filled with roaches and rats but they wont give the funding to correct these items. Team on site is awesome but not worth the stress.
Growing Corporation with Some of the Perks of a Start-Up
Resident Relations Specialist (Current Employee) – Greenwood Village, CO – August 14, 2017
The thing I like most about Aimco is the company culture. We have some type of food almost every week, a ping pong table, and a popcorn machine. They describe movement within the company as a jungle gym instead of a ladder. I really like the people I work with, but I wish the pay was higher. 401k could be better, too.
Free food a couple times a month, great company culture, paid volunteer time, opportunity for bonus
Very low 401k matching, below average pay, turnover
HAP Compliance Specialist (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – July 24, 2017
There is a lot of turn over. Due to the new management/supervisors taking a place of another. It most often makes work life hard. Trying to adapt to the new way of doing things, when you are just now getting into the way of doing things, based on the last supervisor/ Manager. The company is known for putting more of a work load on you,but not raising your pay
But overall the Company is really a great place to work.
Executive Assist Development/Office Man (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 22, 2017
AIMCO is an awesome company. It's sad the office closed when the economy when through the recession or I would still be there. My manager was a great man and we worked as a team. The office employed more than 50 people in corporate and managed more than 300 offsite. There was never any injustice and always an Open-Door opportunity for suggestions. Management listened to ideas and sometimes used them. I truly miss this company and the atmosphere.
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – Bridgewater, MA – June 17, 2017
I can say that they pay well. However, in my first year of employ with Aimco, I was sexually harrassed by my female manager, singled out and disrespected and harrassed on a daily basis. Nothing was ever done to correct the issue. I had leases & bonuses taken away from me, they owed me thousands in bonuses which they refused to pay. They put my leases under a different name so that I would not recieve my proper pay. My assistant manager was well aware of the harrassment and did nothing to assist me. I was basically driven pout of my job which I loved doing however out became so hostile art work that out affected me physically & emotionally. I was not treated t all week with this company.
Bonuses for sales goal incentives
Hostile work environment, poor product, does not care about its employees.