Assistant Community Director (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – March 8, 2017
My days are very busy specially around the end to the being of the month. Posting rent, doing collections, walking units, doing inspections, answering phones and also taking care of our prospects and current residents. My days go very fast due to the fact that I stay so busy I don't realize the time. The property is large and our team is made up of 20 employees. Milestone is a Great company to work for, they look out for their employees, and it's more like a family then a job.
Substitute for community director when absent (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 19, 2017
It was a very laid back environment. Great training opportunities. I happened to have a boss that was very understanding and flexible. I learned much about the apartment rental industry. The most enjoyable part of the job for me is always the gratitude received the residents because your a part of making their home a better place to live.
free lunches, great Christmas gifts, flexible schedule
My typical day a work would the the consist of walking, from there start on work orders or make readies. On this property you learn something new everyday, my co-works are great to work with a joy to be around everyday, they are like family. The condensing units are on the ruff so getting all the tools and equipment up there is very tiring. the thing i like the most is getting the enjoyment out of when i get the work done for the resident.
The management is Horrible and there organization is not up to par every day there was some thing new and some thing changing especially the property manager is just so rude and Is absoluty not customer friendly
Attounting Assistant (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – October 5, 2016
I love what I do at Milestone I am truly the Accountant for them rather than an assistant. My job duties are a great fit for me. The management however is very shaky and the turn over is the worst I have ever experienced in my time of being in the work force. Due to that it is a constant battle of training new people and correcting documents that are turned in for payment for example.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 13, 2016
This job is terrible an company at this exact location..... There is little to no communication between the front desk to the maintenance tech to the leasing office..A dog eats dog environment. This place is based on personal likes not work performance. They play favouritism to their residents on whether to charge or fix your belongings.
Responsible for leasing apartments for initial and renewal move-ins in Order to maintain high occupancy. Responsible for collecting, evaluating and processing application Paperwork in accordance to Section 42 LIHTC program. Handles securities for deposits and rent income. Responsible for all aspects of leasing On new community lease ups including temporary locating to several new Projects throughout Florida. Liaison between construction, residents and on site management. Move-in inspections of apartments for readiness and market plans. Conduct market surveys and analysis. Provide support to management team.
Assistant Community Director (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – April 4, 2016
Posting payments, validation, deposit accounting, collection. I learned a lot. Management was ok. Co-workers was ok. The hardest part of the job was losing it. The most enjoyable of the job was having it.
I was told I will have a job after me filling in for a co-worker on Maternity Leave, but was just told that she is coming back, and they have no where to put me, and my last day is the 15th of April.
The work environment was fun, exciting, positive and all the staff got along with eachother. It was easy to work for the Manager at that particular property. She was a positive influence and I learned a lot about the business from her. The maintenance staff was amazing and were professional, fun and easy to communicate with. I would say this is one job that has had the most value