Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New York State – June 11, 2016
This company has no balance between work and life. Way too much gossiping and not enough professionalism. Agents scream at each other in the office, they scream at admins and managers, and they also have full on arguments with clients in the office. The managers don't know how to actually manage the office and spend most of their time gossiping in the office or leaving for long lunch dates. They expect you to stay where you are and not grow or move on. Top agents belittle other agents who don't sell as much as they do. Very unorganized and would not recommend working for this company. Horrible work environment and if you don't make enough money for the company, they pretty much could care less about you.
Project Manager, Real Estate Operations (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – December 31, 2012
Im forever grateful for this experience for launching me into the networking, negotiating, transactions processes, analysis, information gathering of the business world to conclude a better decision towards a common goal.
Sales Associate, Trainer, Recruiter (Current Employee) – Delmar, NY – October 9, 2012
RealtyUSA was a great company to work for. I was a top sales agent for many years earning many awards. In order to be successful, I had to be driven and focused as well as customer service oriented with excellent marketing skills, along with communication, empathy, knowledge of MANY facets of real estate, including law, tax, survey, knowledge of structures and systems, computer literate along with many other skills. I love customer service and business building, I find it to be a challenge, yet something I excel at. I love to be challenged and love people...so the two together were a perfect fit. The hardest part of the job was being ON 24-7.
Real Estate Salesperson (Current Employee) – Manlius, NY – September 30, 2012
The bullpen at the office is going to be my place of business. I have been learning about local and federal real estate laws, the culture of agents, marketing techniques and strategies, markets, the fluctuation of business daily, rejection facing methods, and a variety of other important tools.
People are fast, friendly, and efficient.
The hardest part is being so young, but I don't let it affect my work.
I enjoy the freedom, professionalism, and the learning-drive requirement to survive in the business.
Good company great people but too many people come and go
SALES (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 21, 2012
First,check all e-mails 2.Check all activities 3. Pro- active in marketing 4. Appointments with buyer or seller 1 on 1"s . Check on all past deals that haven"t closed 5. Check all activities 6. Self -employed with realtyusa umbrella