Community Manager (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 30, 2016
This is one of the worst companies in property management that I have ever worked you. It hasn't been six months since I started And I'm ready to hand in my keys. The turn over rate is extremely high. If your not apart of the corporate office your useless to this company. The pay is decent but they could have a better bonus structure. I'm definitely in the process of finding better employment. Don't waste your time working for this company!!
Community Manager (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – July 14, 2015
There is no real management and policy in place. If you are not in the corporate office you are not valuable. They have inexperience regional that hire their inexperience friends. The company promotes only by association rather then promote because of hard work. Pay is not good and they like to stay short staffed because they don't want to pay anyone. They rather the manager or maintenance to do everything and be everywhere. no breaks, the regional will tell you they are not obligated to give you a lunch. Oh and the VP is 21yrs old.
Community Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, Texas – March 2, 2015
I took a property no manager wanted cleaned it up where most manager would not stay for weeks at a time I stayed a year and a half doing what I love to do most, make residents happy they chose my site to live. After doing so the management/owners felt I was moving them out faster than moving them in with their approval and witht he screen process being so high most of good prospects was denied due to credit history, most of the ones I removed from site was denied as well, but someone overrode the decision to let them reside at the apartments anyway. The hardest part of my job was to give the owners what they asked for and that was to clean it up, when I completed the last of removing the riff raft out they transferred another manager to my site and let me go. The most injoyabe part of this job was giving keys to prospects to move into their new apartment we prepared for them
A typical day consist of , taking work orders, conducting tours, providing exceptional customer service to your current and future residents, and completing recertification and compliance files. I have learned how to process a file efficiently. I have also learned the fair housing rules and how to provide an excellent experience from start to finish with new prospects. The one good factor about the NRP Group is that they are managed and owned by the same company so they provide a bit of stability in that sense. However,They could utilize a management course for lower and upper management . My co-workers were great . The hardest part of my job was attempting to do my job to the best of my ability and not having the proper management communication to do so. The most enjoyable part of my job was the mere fact of assisting people in making a huge decision as to where they will reside. It's a very rewarding feeling when you are able to help someone in need.
commission. paid vacation. paid sick time.
poor management. poor communication . healthcare and 401k benefits aren't good.
Controller (Current Employee) – Wichita, KS – June 11, 2014
Great employees like a big family. Great to work with different municipalities Travel Keep the different personalities happen is the most difficult part of the job, because most employees are off site.
in the morning i come in and clean the grounds on the property as well as the office and weight room. Then i begin on any maintenance tickets that may have come up or finishing previous issues from the day before. I learned that you definitely have to work smarter not harder. Management was decent, not the best but not the worst The hardest part of the job was being on call 24-7 for 2 different properties and still trying to manage sleep and home life. The most enjoyable part of the job was the hands on experience i learned from the contractors that were hired to do certain jobs..