Leasing Consultant (Former Employee), Midland, TX – August 21, 2014
Pros: not organized and they do not prioritize things that the residents needs
Cons: smoke breaks and commissions
This job is an overall awesome job to have, it has its ups and downs. The Management team i would say is maybe a 5 out of a 10, the way they handle every day to day business is not a well organized company, and the corporate unit is not willing to help you with the resident complaints they just push it to the back burner and that really bothered me. – more... But i stuck it out for a long time hoping things wold get batter and they never did. – less
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee), Tampa, FL – August 4, 2014
Pros: close to my sun school and good salary
Cons: no job security and no way to grow in company
Is not a work where I like everyday go and enjoy. Not organization, no cares about employed and is just go to work like by myself and nobody take responsibility. Manager and supervisor not responsible for job. No way to grow in company and not security, you feel everyday your job is in jeopardy.
Lead - Apartment Maintenance Technician (Former Employee), Atlanta,GA – June 23, 2014
Cons: no new openings in baltimore area.
Pleasant place to work. I really learned a lot with the renovation and remodeling projects. The company gave me the chance to work with several different properties to get a taste of the task each tech may face on a daily bases.
Cons: no specific ones that any other company doesnt have
This has been the best company I've worked for. Onsite and regional managers actually care about their employees. It's a great work family unit where you don't dread going to work. The company is growing tremendously so there is room to move up as long as you are giving 110%.
Leasing Manager (Current Employee), Irving, TX – April 13, 2014
Pros: property rehab, new upgrades
Cons: always working overtime but no overtime paid
A typical day begins at 9am. I first have one of my leasing agents ensure that the model has been opened and then to put out coffee in the lobby for prospects and residents. I then have one of them check the shared email while the other checks voicemail. Generally, once we open, there is almost always a resident or prospect walking in one after the – more... other. I will gather all new files and move ins to review and then either approve or deny them. I am normally consistently helping my leasing agents while trying to complete my duties in between. I have learned the value of communication, I realized that a lack of communicating truly does cause multiple problems, not just for one person but for the entire staff. After working in such a disorganized and chaotic environment, I now have a very clear understanding of how and why having a routine or system helps. I enjoyed working with my co-workers, however, I believe that with all of the new management/ policy changes, everyone became stressed and irritated, making some co-workers disagree and not get along. The absolute hardest part of the job is trying to complete the mountains of paperwork for everything while at the same time trying to help residents and prospects with anything they may be needing. What I just absolutely enjoyed more than anything is the communicating with all my residents and getting to be apart of helping others find the perfect apt home to fit their needs and wants. – less
Property Manager (Former Employee), Chicago. – March 11, 2014
Pros: their marketing website
Cons: corp management
Rude, condescending and can't get their head out of their laptop. The company is not team or employee focused. They lead by fear of losing your job. The regional and trainers lie as was told so by their boss. They treat employees as if they are idiots and not equally. They are not consistent with policies though they tell you they are. Depends on what – more... trainer you ask because the regional can't answer the questions. Awful people to work with. – less
Very friendly co workers and easy work but lots of it
Painter/maintenance (Current Employee), Odessa Texas – November 18, 2013
Pros: good management laid back work style
Cons: lots of work always busy
Coworkers are always friendly management is nice but always steer towards perfection the work isn't very hard but there is always allot of work to be done on the property and in make readies all in all it is a good company to work for with good benefits laid back work style and great management
Leasing Agent (Former Employee), West Des Moines, IA – November 14, 2013
I'm pretty sure that anyone that works for this company really wants to make the rest of the employees miserable. Harassment, back stabbing, inflexible, and all around just don't care about their employees. They are more worried about the money they will make from renting their horrible apartments that are bug infested and human scum infested.
They – more... say that you will rotate weekends, but this is not true. You MAYBE get 1 weekend off a month, that's it!
Its a terrible place to work and I would never recommend anyone, not even my worst enemy, to work at this horrible place. – less
Property Manager (Former Employee), Austin, TX – October 28, 2013
Pros: free apartment
A typical day at work at BH management was busy and fast paced. I had a maintenance team that I inherited when I accepted the job,and they needed a lot of follow-up but since my property was up for sale I therefore did not have the authority to reprimand or write up the maintenance staff when it was necessary.
Maintenance Assistant (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – September 24, 2013
Pros: easy laid back place to work
Cons: dealing with the manager everyday
Typical day would be grounds and then off to my make ready and help with service request if needed. Learned that aiming for perfection everyday will pay off in the long run. Management was good at times and bad at times she could be a little disrespectful. I truly miss all of my co workers.The hardest part of the job was meeting the managers perfect – more... expectations day in and day out ,even if you and the maintenance supervisor thought it was great it probably still wouldn't be good enough for her.The most enjoyable part of my job was we were all good friends. – less
PROPERTY MANAGER (Former Employee), Houston, TX – August 19, 2013
Pros: the company care about their employees; and they offer extensive on-site training
BH Management is an awesome management company. They really care about their residents and their employees. The offer all of the tools that a professional would need in order to advance and be their best in the property management industry.
Assistant Property Manager (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – July 31, 2013
Cons: requiring to much of a single person in a large property. rude management
THis company has amazing training. BUT the management has horrible comminucation and very pre-judging regional managers. They have a "roving regional manager/training regional manager" that is rude and does not care about anything but the money in the business. The find any little thing to fire someone when they dont like you even if you did an amazing – more... job at your job. – less