Denver is a very poorly managed branch of RemX. The Market Manager has been out of the industry for 11 years, just recently returning. They are about 5 years behind in basic technology, and there is limited to no training to use the antiquated software.
The company offers below average salaries, and way below average commission structures. They offer a plethora of bonuses, most of which never materialize no matter what the production.
Because the organization charges very high margins, there is a lot of wealth created, but it concentrates and the top and producers have limited growth potential.
poor management, poor support staff, poor organizational structure