Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 23, 2017
The original office location was charming and quaint and small and because there were far less agents everything ran smoothly and effectively and could be maintained more efficiently. I worked with two of the greatest managers I could ever work under. The rest of the company itself can get a little lost in itself sometimes and certain people in certain positions don't always hold themselves accountable.
Location, managers, co-workers, interaction with agents
Company policies, insurance deductibles, salary, hours
Real Estate Salesperson (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 27, 2016
Great people to learn and work with. I learned a lot in regards to leasing and property management. Additionally, I learned how to negotiate between landlords and renter. Also, I learned how to maintain tenant landlord relations.
Licensed Real Estate Associate (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 20, 2015
Taking clients out all day, responding to emails and phone calls. You make your own schedule- flexibility is great. There are always activities going on- open houses and events. Lots of meetings to keep you posted on whats going on in the industry and office
Real Estate Salesperson (Former Employee) – New York – April 7, 2015
CitiHabitats is a Manhattan based real estate company specializing in rentals and sales throughout Manhattan. The company has compiled an impressive database of listings which allow the salespersons to provide the most extensive options when searching for a home.
Great Listings, Some great offices, a few great managers
Real Estate Salesperson (Current Employee) – Manhattan, NY – February 2, 2015
Like all Real Estate companies, your experience will depend on what office you're in. When working with Rental clients, they will appreciate the Citi Habitats brand. There's a great listing system, with many Open Listings. Great, diverse group of colleagues.
Amazing exposure to the New York City real estate market.
licensed Realtor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 24, 2014
Typical day at work consist of, checking and responding to inter-office emails, reviewing now list of available units on market, returned phone calls, schedule appointment, preview newly listed units, market my listings, show properties and sign contracts.
Exposure and experience
Healthcare, benefits and lack of adequate mentoring
LICENSED REAL ESTATE AGENT (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 9, 2014
The typical day is chasing "clients" around the city and trying to determine if they are actually interested in renting the apartment in question. We have to compile all financial records, credit reports and submit them to building owners and landlords.
Real Estate Salesperson (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 29, 2014
Work day is dependent upon the individual, as this is a commission based job with a seasonal aspect. Learned a lot about individual motivations, internet advertising strategies, residential leasing and sales, and inter-office politics and hierarchy. Management left a lot to be desired from an intelligence and assistance standpoint, though the new manager at the location I was at has changed. Hardest part of the job was self-motivation. Most enjoyable part of the job was the flexible schedule.