I did learn some property management skills. Hardest part is dealing with buyers.
Real Estate Agent (Former Employee) – Fort Myers Florida – September 8, 2015
Very hard selling real estate. I really do not enjoy being a real estate agent, so I am going to go back to what I enjoy doing. I have also done some property management. Most enjoyable is your schedule.
You do not have to go in every day, The other agents are nice.
No healthcare, weekend hours, phone calls at night. No beneifits and no weekly income you can rely on.
Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, il – March 20, 2015
Don't let the great reviews fool you. You will be overworked, underpaid and overlooked. I've seen people in the same position for 6 years only to make a lateral move to another area of the company. There are nothing but dead-end jobs with no advancement. There are communication problems and a tons of cliques and silos. If you want to build a career, don't apply here.
Public Affairs Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 7, 2012
While employed at the National Association of Realtors, I worked closely with wonderful individuals that inspired me to grow and take charge. I was constantly surrounded by great attitudes and a healthy, productive and exciting work environment.
Real Estate Agent (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL. – April 25, 2013
Very rewarding, very flexible hours to work at the most important times for greater success. Able to meet a large range of successful-interesting people seven days & nights a week. Rewards come from meeting new people, and very productive office-computer time.
*A day of a realtor work hard, smart with great honesty and integrity *Build business by attending networking meeting, knocking door to door to get your name as a realtor out to the consumer *Calls to potential clients