Manager (Former Employee) – NC – November 22, 2016
In my time at the company, I noticed that although there were a few good people in the company, the bad ones far outweighed them. The company is based on favoritism (going all the way up to the President of Property Management), good hard working people are used and the ones that mess up are promoted as long as they suck up to the right people. I would say as a word of advice to upper management, before you promote someone-interview the people they work with every day. That would give you a much better idea of how qualified that individual really is, as opposed to how good the people around them are.
Management is lacking. Learned a great deal. co workers were great people. did the best they could with what was available. Hardest part of the job was facing the residents after a break in and having there belongings stolen. not easy!
Infested with Rats Roaches and ants, constant break ins, Residents living conditions are unexceptable, mostly foreign people with no other option so they are taken advantage of, extremely poorly kept grounds
employee (Former Employee) – Ocala, FL – January 19, 2016
Great company to work for but, Ocala property has a horrible property manager and new assistant that is a back stabbing , 2 faced witch. So, watch your back. Really sad that they would want people like this working for their company. Especially knowing the assistant' s history from her previous property she worked at.
Leasing Consultant (Current Employee) – Coconut Creek, FL – April 3, 2012
A typical day at work involves greeting potential prospects and selling them on the benefits of living at our community. I have learned Fair Housing Laws and the software used. The hardest part of the job is when residents have issues that are beyond the control of management. The best part of the job is meeting people from different states/countries. The relationships you develop with residents are rewarding as well.