Property Manager (Former Employee) – Waynesville, MO – August 15, 2017
hard to ever do anything right. constantly being judged. the management isn't that nice. there is a lot of drama and judgy people. a lot of back stabbing and people pretending to like you. i dont really now what else to say and this is making me write more stuff
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – July 16, 2017
Typical day was getting the office intact, meeting with the team to coordinate the week, pipeline of escrows, listings, upcoming listings, buyers working, and training. I really learned the sales side of real estate in this position from a distressed market such as short sales and foreclosures. I learned it not only from the agent side, but management, escrow, transaction coordinating, mentoring, marketing, etc. I truly enjoy managing and mentoring agents, and watching their growth. I also implemented many systems to continuously improve work flow efficiency. The workplace culture was professional. The hardest part of the job was it was during a time when real estate and the mortgage industry had taken a huge hit, and many agents weren't prepared for it. There was a new sale introduced called a short sale, and even the banks were still figuring out all the kinks. And I learned a ton and never gave up in helping the clients. The most enjoyable part is always helping the clients out of a stressful distressed situation, and I was able to do that with my experience.
Learned a ton in management, short sales, foreclosures, training.
Tough time of the market as it was distressed for many clients and agents
Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Hartland, WI – November 1, 2016
This is a traditonal real estate brokerage. You're your own boss, so whether you like the job or not is up to you. I don't think it is a great place for newbies. Training isn't great...it's more for seasoned veterans.