Pros: i was able to travel around the midwest.
Cons: being away from my family for a long period of time
A typical day working at AIMCO was a little different everyday because I was usually at different properties but I usually would walk property inside and out daily, check and return emails, daily meeting with the staff, evaluate and rate staff quarterly for awards or pay raises, taking care of residents issues/conflicts, schedule resident events or parties, answer and return phone calls, conference calls, Manage/Train other managers (Mentor), get mail, pay bills, collect rent, send out late notices, Certification/Recertification, create and follow budget, buy all property supplies, process applications, credit & criminal check, communicate and schedule vendors, send out infraction letters, eviction letters/court, move in and move out residents, schedule turnovers, meet deadlines.
Being able to travel to so many different properties, I had the chance to learn so much more about the Property Management business.
The management team was one of the best supportive teams I ever had a chance to work with along with the co-workers.
The hardest part was when I arrived at a property and not knowing what issues were happening with that particular property.
The most enjoyable part of my job was getting to meet a lot of new and exciting people.