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No clue on how to manage.
Contract Employee (Former Employee), Woodland Hills, CAMay 14, 2015
Pros: none
Cons: No support lots of drama from dept heads.
This company in Woodland Hills run their operations with temp staffing. Does not give you what you need to do your job. Upper management does not have the required licenses in real estate according to the job description. They need a good VP of operations, to turn this poorly managed division around. They have alot of unhappy residents. Its a real sad situation.
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Construction Superintendent (Current Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FLMay 11, 2015
Pros: great pay and benefits
Cons: job security
Great place to work job security a problem due to changing market demands but overall great place to work with great benefits
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Great "Team" culture
Associate (Current Employee), Eagan, MNMay 11, 2015
Pros: Great team!, Good benefits, Opportunity for advancement
Cons: Long hours, Distance from the office to your properties is sometimes far
This is a fast paced property management company who strive to be the best in the industry. It is an interesting mix of responsibilities and tasks seeing as though you manage single family homes instead of apartments.
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Long hours, rewarding work.
Leasing Agent (Current Employee), Bellevue, WAMay 5, 2015
Pros: Autonomy, lucrative pay structure, freedom to set up your own business practices.
Cons: Driving 100-200 miles/day is common, most agents work 7 days a week, the general public has your phone number (which is sometimes not ideal at 9pm on a Sunday night).
I worked as a leasing agent for 2 years with Invitation Homes. They offer a very lucrative commission structure as long as you are willing to put in the work required. Leasing Agents work on 100% commission so top tier agents consistently stay active through the weekends.

Agents have the freedom to arrange their schedules as they like which is a huge plus. They also have a well qualified staff inside the office to assist with the leasing process and property management so you are able to spend the majority of your time booking appointments and arranging lease signings.

30,000+ miles of driving per year.
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Unorganized
RESIDENTIAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN (Former Employee), Bloomington, MNApril 8, 2015
Pros: None
Cons: To many hours
Company very unorganized, Management has no clue what it takes to provide its Service Techs with the tools to do the job assigned to theme.
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More work no more money
Portfolio Operations Associate (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAApril 6, 2015
Pros: A learned alot
Cons: they where not a good company
They closed the acct dept and leasing dept. and marketing dept and gave it to one person to learn in a short amount of time.
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HORRIBLE LEADERSHIP
Former employee (Former Employee), FLMarch 22, 2015
Pros: Great benefits
Cons: Poor upper management, Incompetent leadership, NO WORK LIFE BALANCE
The company has good talent but only promotes unworthy individuals. The growth was great but horribly mismanaged and many of the RPs and RVPs were grossly incompetent and highly overpaid.

HR was amazing but often sides with upper management who generally is unprofessional and untrustworthy.
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New and excitng experience
Field Technician/Supervisor (Former Employee), Tampa, FLMarch 18, 2015
Pros: new experience, flexible schedue, challenging
Cons: massive amout of work and not well orgaized yet
Invitation Homes is a company that is pioneer on the multifamily industry for residential homes. It is a great place to work.
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very unorganized management
Superintendant (Former Employee), Bellevue, WAMarch 17, 2015
Pros: good pay/benefits/people
Cons: weekly 4pm meetings with 2hr drive to attend and get home at 9pm
working with contractors and co-workers in field was enjoyable experience
many good people in management but lacking background in
construction to operate smoothly
purchase property- to many beyond reasonable repair
rehab property- a lot of unqualified general contractors
lease property-rehab budget and lease expectations was always an issue
each field supt carried 25-40 jobs with 10-20 contractors turning over
5-10+ properties each week to leasing
this was a temporary position up front, with a 400 property backlog
purchasing 30-50 per week and not enough field supts or GC's to
handle the load.
10 months later over 2,000 properties had been given to the leasing dept
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Was able to learn alot from Invitation Homes.
Quality Control Specialist (Former Employee), Altamonte Springs, FLMarch 17, 2015
Was left to make my own schedule and work as long as needed to complete the task at hand.
The only problem was the lack of management skills by the Supervisors and Managers.
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Constantly Changing Company
Portfolio Operations Associate (Former Employee), Roseville, CAMarch 12, 2015
Company is still trying to define itself and the core values. The job culture is always precarious as information is not shared with employees and management cannot keep up to date on the constantly changing vision for the company.
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great work place
Service Technician (Former Employee), Woodland Hills, CAMarch 10, 2015
 Responsible for completing work orders with issues relating to HVAC, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, paint, appliance repairs and common household problems.
 Complete home turns including maintenance, painting, and cleaning to make homes rent ready.
 Respond to calls for emergency maintenance in a timely and effective manner.
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Poor Management & Constantly changing goals
Leasing Agent/Realtor (Current Employee), Plantation, FLMarch 6, 2015
Constantly changing goals; managers are often changed as well. No job security. Poor communication and no ethical. It is all about circle of friends to advanced in the company.
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Learn as fast as you can
Portfolio Associate (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAFebruary 3, 2015
Pros: work experience gained
Cons: salary, cubicles
Fast paced. Daily changes in work flow processing. Heavy work load. Management report and numbers driven. Nice office building and location.
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Fun company
Leasing Supervisor (Current Employee), Jacksonville, FLJanuary 30, 2015
I've enjoyed my time with Invitation Homes when I first started the job was fun and challenging for me as time went on the challenges stopped. I would like to put my talent and eperiences to use at a company that is forced with changes and challenges on a daily basis.
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I worked there
IT assistant (Former Employee), tampa FLJanuary 20, 2015
It was pretty nice, I worked there. Did my work, everyone was happy.

Then they replaced me.

I thought I was doing good work, but they replaced me b/c my boss was fired, and they had no one they could use to transition me into more responsibilities.
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Productive and pleasant work environment.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), tampa, flNovember 5, 2014
Pros: flexible lunch times, dress code was not strick
Cons: na
A typical work day can vary from day to day. Each day is different. Just come to work on time and handle your duties and responsibilities.
To be honest, there is no hard part to a job. Once you learn your job, you got it. Just do it and do it effectively and accurately.
The entire job has a pleasant atmosphere which makes the job enjoyable.
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Team enviroment
Vendor Relations Manager (Former Employee), Altamonte Springs, FLOctober 30, 2014
Most days spent between the field and the office. Assisting new homeowners.

I learned a wealth of knowledge about construction.

Management-was hands off

Co-workers were team oriented and like family.

The hardest part of the job was watching good people loose their job during the hard times during the downturn of construction.

I loved helping people.
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Productive and fun place to work
Accounts Payable / Receivable Specialist (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAOctober 25, 2014
IH is a good company to work for. The president of the company is a great person to work with. She genuinally cares about the employees. The people that I work with are good people. The hardest part about the job is embracing the upcoming changes. The most enjoyable part is solving problems and working with happy people daily. I love the manger that work alongside. He is awesome!!!
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A company in chaos
Operations (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCOctober 1, 2014
Pros: competitive pay and benefits
Cons: no job security. extremely unrealistic expectations.
The initial pay and opportunity was good, however, the company was constantly changing/reinventing itself, and has yet to get stable. Constantly changing roles, layoffs, firings. Everyone fears being fired every day. I learned to never go to work for a start up company. The employees are great but the company expectations are extremely unrealistic. The job was actually enjoyable for the short time you can keep it. Buying, renovating, leasing and managing single family homes is a challenging and exciting profession. The management works very hard & insane hours trying to keep everyone up to date with the constant change, but a lot falls through the cracks since all the layoffs as there is no longer enough help to get the job done right.

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Invitation Homes is America’s leader in single-family homes for rent.