Interesting and diverse. Meet a variety of new people everyday.
Pros: no long drives to work, landscapers to mow lawn and plow snow
Cons: feel like you never leave work living onsite, some tenants lack your right to privacy when office is closed
Always something to do, you're never bored. Between rental calls, new tenants coming, upkeep of property, you can never say you had a slow day.
Individual site management is excellent, you develop a real family/team enviroment between sites. Everyone from your site to other sites always willing to pitch in and help on projects or if unexpected personal emergency, someone is always there to help you at your site.
Hardest part, becoming familiar with tenants and understanding their circumstances, but still having to send them to auction. Living on-site the tenants that don't understand site closes at 10 pm, and will sit there and blow their horns all hours of the night to be let in for something as simple as a missed christmas ornament, that they just have to have right now.
Enjoyable, the variety of people you get to meet and asisst, whether its a simple just need to store for a month until house is finished, down to hurricane took my home, and this is what I have left can you help me, and seeing that look for relief on their faces getting them into a unit so they can just relax and move on to their next task, knowing that their items are secure.