Senior Property Inspector (Former Employee) – Haymarket, VA – February 23, 2015
Being a property inspection job your work schedule was always different. With over 100 properties needed to be inspected a month you had to schedule your weeks out in advance. These relied on the tenants to cooperate with you which was a hassle at times when inspections were due quickly. Hardest part of the job was balancing your time due to even if you worked 8 hours a day out in the field you were expected to continue working at home to create appointments. Left no room for a life out of work.
Everyone was great to work with. Manager was great! The most enjoyable part of the job was you were provided your portfolios and you managed them. A lot of time out of the office doing property inspections and meeting with boards.
Accounting Manager (Former Employee) – Jamaica Plains, MA – September 27, 2017
Lucky if they are in business in a year. They don't pay their vendors. Always struggling to make payroll. Management assumes that clients are wrong and they are right. They are losing business and unable to manage their properties in a professional manner.
Property Manager (Current Employee) – Twin Falls, ID – June 1, 2017
Plain and simple RPM is a great place to work as far as the job itself and the hours. The pay is not very good and the benefits are not good. Insurance isn't great and there isn't even a 401K, which I consider to be very vital to a career.
fun, fast paced busy environement. Very indepenant work
Franchise Office is designed for individuals that require high structure and supervision
Executive General Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 1, 2017
Franchise Owner would not remain in compliance with Georgia Real Estate Laws or follow policy after it was presented to him. This put me especially at risk due to my position. I had a contract that allowed for additional compensation based upon growth multiplier and royalty revenue shares that were never distributed to me.
Maintenance Coordinator (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – February 14, 2017
I've learned a great deal about property management while being employed here. It was some times difficult getting ahold of the tenants. Lunches were occasionally bought by management, and I was privelaged the the feeling of being needed and importnant.
Leasing Agent (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 18, 2017
You are able too get to know your employees, they all work together to accomplish common goals. Very nice employees. Very busy, the training isn't good. However, with work experience you should be able to pick it up.
Real Estate Leasing Agent (Former Employee) – Huntington Beach, CA – January 12, 2016
My day will start at 9;00 a.m, will came to the office meeting to get the list of properties I was going to show for the day, got keys and flyers and what ever additional information needed for prospecting tenants. After the meeting and spend a 1/2 hour with my co-workers wish each other a good day, I started to go on the road to show properties,answering the phones as prospected clients will call of course using a ear piece, showed properties, fill out rental agreements,sometimes on the web side or sometimes with actual applications, send the information to the office and continue to my next property until I show all of them in my schedule for the day. The interesting part of my job is that I was always meeting new people and going to different properties, the down part was mostly the traffic I had to deal from one property to another, but at the end of the day was a great feeling to had help those people to find their new home,