Leasing Consultant (Current Employee) – Robinson Township, PA – October 25, 2017
Working for Fore Property it was most definitely an honor, but this position has no advancement for myself. This position is not in the industry that I want to be in that is related to my college degree. I would rather a position where I am able to work a more balanced work schedule with opportunity for advancement through hard work.
Business Manager (Current Employee) – Anonymous – September 30, 2017
Property Management can be stressful at times like other occupations. The only thing that is constant in this business is change. It is hard work yet very rewarding working in Affordable Housing. Communication to upper management is key to ensure you get the support we need at the property! I have found this company to be resourceful, flexible and professional. I look forward to continue learning and growing with a top notch company such as Fore.
Business Manager (Former Employee) – Iowa – July 19, 2017
Upper management doesn't provide the help onsite managers need to properly manage staff and does not provide a team environment at all. They play favorites a lot with staff and have a high Manager turn over. They expect you to work crazy hours with no lunch or breaks some days, not caring about your as a person, just the bottom line. They don't support the BM's at all or respect them. I would never recommend this place to a friend. They could be a great company if they got it together and listened to their employees.
Senior Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – July 14, 2017
I like my job, and it is a good place to work, but there are too many managers trying to get a small group of people to do a specific thing. Too much confliction between information. I have learned more supervisorial things.
working holidays, uppermanagment problemss and doing work above my job description without compensation
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 29, 2016
A place to learn tax credit but move on. Unprofessional and inexperienced management always hired. Huge turn around I think proper training would help the company in general. Assistant Managers never want to take property management positions an have been with the company for years due to regional pressure and demands.