Only consider if you are desperate, there is no cohesion between departments, tax\insurance depts don't take calls so you're expected to explain things that take years of experience to angry homeowners. They use unreliable 3rd party companies to make tax and insurance payments, can't tell you how many times i got calls saying "my taxes and\or insurance were not paid" good luck explaining that bc its next to impossible to get answers. You will work with alot of great people but feel like you work with total strangers bc you're glued to the phone all day. The building interior is dark and dreary , it sucks the life out of you. If you go through a temp agency and they tell you its temp to perm, consider it temp bc they never make temps permanent, it sucks when the guy sitting next to you who started on the same day makes more and has benefits bc they didn't go through a temp agency. Also, the rep from the temp agency told me i would be making $2 an hour more than i ended up getting, and when i called them out on the error they apologized but said it wasnt going to change. To this day, and forever, this will be by far the worst job ever. You will hate your life. Only consider if youre on the verge of being homeless, and even then, its almost better than working for such a lackluster company as Cenlar.
I dont work there anymore
No cohesion between departments, dark dreary office environment