REP / Temporary Assignments (Former Employee), Lakewood, CO – October 23, 2013
Even though my experience spans past 20 years in Administration / Finance / Customer Relations, it was like pulling teeth trying to get work. After my initial interview I had to complete an assessment, depending on the % correct would determine whether you received a COC and was suppose to increase opportunities. I passed with a 98%. Called them weekly, – more... even physically went to the home office location to reaffirm I am very available for work. In a 12 month period I received 1 ONE 1 assignment!!!!!
I continuously got the run around, calls never returned, and asked them if maybe I wasn't a good fit for their agency, never once did they indicate anything like that.
I didn't understand what was wrong, all I wanted was to work, I have the skill sets and experience to do a phenomenal job. – less
New learning experience at each job assignment. Office staff is caring and helpful in finding you employment.
temp (Current Employee), Denver, CO – October 4, 2013
Pros: vast learning experiences from having different assignments
Cons: not being able to form strong bonds with other workers or customers because of longevity
Each job assignment varied. The most typical day I had was greeting present and future residents as they walked in, greeting residents, vendors and the owners on the phone and showing potential residents the amenities at each community while answering any questions. What I learned from this job was the various computer programs used in apartment leasing, – more... the process that each vacent unit must undergo to met the guidelines for future residents and all the guidelines for the Housing Association. The hardest part of my job is to leave each assignment after building friendships with my co-workers and residents. The most enjoyable part was building those relationships and being able to help residents with any problems they may have had while currently living there. – less
Real Estate Assistant (Former Employee), Denver, CO – August 27, 2013
Pros: always meeting new people and interacting with them.
Cons: not a stable job
This job required a lot of traveling and when it is only a one day assignment. its not worth the drive or money. No place for advancement. The other workers were great to be around until we had to leave and start over at a new office. None of my jobs were hard at all, I loved meeting new people always.
Very accomidating, kind, on top of there work, always happy.
Temp Agent (Current Employee), Denver, CO – September 27, 2012
Pros: always have work. get paid weekly.
Cons: pay is not great, no bennifits.
I love working for Real Estate Personnel. They are wonderful people, always cheery and on top of everything. They inform you of any changes right away. They will help you with any problems that may happen. Always polite and I always have a job with them even though I only temp I have been working full time. And if I need a day a week or vacation off – more... they are great at working around my schedule. Great while transitioning jobs. It's just not good for a permanent job they do not pay well . – less
Administrative Assistant (temp) (Former Employee), Englewood CO – November 16, 2011
Pros: proactive, helpful, convenient
Cons: lower initial pay, few permanent opportunities
This organization is a good resource to find a temporary position in real estate management. They were more focused on multi-family properties when I was employed by them several years ago. They seem to have expanded to provide more commercial management opportunities these days. A good company to get your foot in the door where it might otherwise be – more... closed. I'm going to call on them again if I can't find a direct hire opportunity in my latest search soon. – less