Pros: nothing at all
Cons: every single thing!!!
RUN!!! You will get a new comp plan every 2 weeks.
Management is HORRIBLE!!!
This Company does NOT care about their employees.
Ask about the drops and the deductions on your commissions that you will face if you do not meet your new client count, specially BAD in California and Texas.
If a property drops their listing you are responsible for making up that revenue on the same month they drop.
If a property wants to upsell to have better placement, you are responsible to make that money up the next month or 2 since they consider that a non-reoccurring revenue.
If a new property wants to start in the on the current calendar month, this company consider that a "Back Bill" since they work a month ahead. You will be responsible to make that money up the next issue.
If you make your revenue target but not your new client count monthly they will deduct your commission check about $2,000
since they "pay" 500 dollars for each new client.
You will have to service, and upsell an average of 60 properties in addition to your New prospects in order to just stay afloat.
Ask what is exact commission percentage for each upsell and renewal for each property, what is their turn over, how often do they change comp plans and how often do they increase their rates.
In closing....No matter how hard you work, you will NEVER make more than 80,000 a year that includes 40k of base salary specially in California and Texas since they have a different com plan from the rest of the country.They will change your comp plan almost every other week, and you will never see an increase on your commissions even if you are above plan.