Morgan Properties was a very fair company to work for
Property Manager (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – April 4, 2017
I had a wonderful experience working for Morgan. But my health issues made to impossible to fulfill my duties. HR was always helpful and knowledgeable regarding personnel issues.The most difficult of my job was the traveling.
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – NJ – April 8, 2017
Morgan's corporate office needs to retrain their regionals on Customer service, team building and working as a team instead a just focusing on goals or leasing contest. All of which can be met. Regional used the technique of threatening loss of employment if goals were not met. Could visit property and only speak to property manager.
Marketing Assistant (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – March 31, 2017
Marketing was always my main focus when I worked for Morgan. From the secret shops internally & externally, to the social media marketing to even planning fundraising events; this job is what increased my focus in this new industry. I switched my major to Marketing while going to Temple because of the daily tasks I was doing. I am and will continue to be a customer savvy person.
I was recruited to apply here at previous job. I applied and was hired about 3 weeks later. I applied for one property, but trained at a different one. My co workers were nice and the training in King of Prussia was so much fun. I met new people there and made 2 lifelong friends. Upon coming back I was moved to a different property to fill in for a girl who was out. This is where it all went downhill. Assistant property manager was the daughter of my prop manager and pretty much did what she wanted, the property manager was a nightmare to work with and the district manager was very difficult to get along with. After the girl came bk for her position I was moved to a property much further than I could commute to and was let go because I couldn't make it to pick up my kids from that location. They move you around too much, my position was given to another person while I was at the other property "filling in" I think that was a way to get me out. I would not work for this company again nore would I live in one.
No job security, pettiness, cliques, most family so you feel like an outsider.
Marketing & Sales Agent (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 16, 2016
High volume traffic; phones, residents, potential prospects and company expectations. I learned to up my "multi task" game. I wouldn't say the hardest part but most frustrating part is the daily expectation of task when there is not enough office support. What I enjoyed the most about the property was the customer service aspect & helping residents and prospects.
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 7, 2016
Beautiful community and wonderful residents. Great maintenance supervisor. The Property Manager was a nightmare to work for! I was 1 of many people that had worked under her over 10 years. Residents warned me about her but I loved my job and dealt with her issues. I was let go after 14 months with no warning. However residents knew I was going to be fired! I would definitely work ther again if given the opportunity but ONLY if a NEW property manager was hired.
Leasing Consultant (Current Employee) – Dover, DE – June 24, 2016
A typical day at work includes contacting prospects, scheduling tours, lease signings, scanning rent payments, and court filing. I have learned how important it is to build a relationship and a rapport with prospects to guide them into the perfect living situation that they are looking for. With the help of management and co-workers I have built a strong skill set and reputation for high gross and closing ratios. I love my job and this field and I am looking forward in growing to help communities become and maintain a high level of success.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – February 1, 2016
Received and screened telephone calls and visitors, sorted and distributed interoffice correspondences and mail, shipping and receiving FedEx packages daily, ordering all office and coffee supplies, photocopied, faxed and scanned various documents for the Human Resources department, put together new hire packets, performed other administrative responsibilities as required.
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – December 18, 2015
I learned to become a great test taker. Morgan Properties insist that all their employees become acquainted with their rules, policies and guidelines by attending seminars, seeing videos on safety and on how to get your next renter to say "yes" by pointing out the benefits and convenience of their apartment homes and by taking "Grace Hill" tests after reviewing videos or printing out the questionnaire with hints on the appropriate answers.
Property Manager Portfolio of 500 Units (Former Employee) – New Jersey – November 23, 2015
There is a lot of training and informational sessions. The corporate officers of the company are there to help. Morgan by far is the leader in this industry, they could pay more to keep the people that truly value their positions and love the job that they do
management does not have any compassion for the lives of fellow employees very sad. I was treated very unfair by my supervisor this is not a place were I want to retire. I hope things change quickly because I'm seeking further employment.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Bear, DE – February 19, 2015
FOX RUN APARTMENTS..Company does not care to spend the necessary money to repair apts and townhomes the way they should be. Its so bad that the model is no where near what the actual apts should be. Massive amount of work orders and techs are spread thin. If u like it, you will get it. Back to back emergency calls on there outdated heating and ac units. The do not care about their residents.
We are committed to excellence, and take pride in offering a comfortable living experience for our residents. Management teams look forward to servicing your needs as quickly and efficiently as possible.
assistant supervisor (Current Employee) – Pikesville,MD – October 3, 2014
Everyday is different for the most part. Everyday you have to game plan and organize work for the day to be as productive as possible. Learned how to maintain and service everything you could see on and property. Its great and helps alot when you have a strong team with good techs because it easy to delagate responsibilities and get alot of work done. Hardest part of the job is adapting to all the different managers that come and go.the most enjoyable part of the job is displaying excellent customer service keeping the residents and supervisor happy.