Leasing Manager (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – July 5, 2017
Working in a nasty environment in Northern Virginia where the tenants have bugs and don't speak English. Pressure for occupancy was intense and the pressure to get Yelp and Apartments.com scores up was equally intense.
Property Manager & Project Coord (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – January 25, 2017
'Stellar its a big company due to the extent of its portfolio and the small manpower to cover all aspect it lacks of direct supervision of activities and all delegates in the barking Bulldog (Director of Operations) to scare away any issues and keep employees terrorized.
be helpful and try my best of my knowledge to complete my task
Porter/Handyman (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 2, 2015
been working with my employer like for (12 years - present) just looking for something closer to my house and to experience a different kind of task, work in a 15 floor building do almost everything, love too work, complete any task in building maintenance, my co-worker its great we work as a crew to get the job well done , looking forward to get hired as a supervisor , in the 12 years working they send workers so i could teach them how to work as a porter / handyman , my employer have like 644 building in all nyc , just want something new ,and to try to learn if possible more than i know right now , i do my own payroll, help tenants with all paper work , such as section 8 , or private matter due to my employers duties .
fun work place, and help my coworkers
15 minutes coffee breaks in the morning, and lunch break a must .
good for starters in the business not a place for growth
Section-8 Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 23, 2015
Its a place to get your feet wet. Overall the benefits package is good and the company principals are good people for the most part. But direct management of individual departments can be very unfair and unrewarding.
The work and skill expected is not reflected in the compensation or promotions, the payroll is kept very low compared to similar jobs at other management companies.
excellent benefits, company outings and parties, various departments to learn build knowledge and experience
poor work/life balance, unfair management of individual departments, low pay, little to no room for promotion
Branches are left to dangle with little or no support from main office
Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 23, 2014
While working for Stellar Management I felt that there was little or no support from the Corp offices. When I was released I was never told a valid reason for the dismissal. I did not receive any reviews or counselings stating I was not doing my job correctly. I am still owed money for expenses.
Assistant Property Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 22, 2013
• Managed the day-to-day operations of 20 (600 Units) residential buildings and retail space in the upper Manhattan and the Bronx. • Conducted property inspections to determine the need for maintenance, anticipate problems, evaluate liability risks, capital improvement and for budgeting purposes • Monitored rent collection, and ensure that rent is collected on a timely manner from tenants for these assigned properties. • Foresee cost of labor, materials and construction expenses during renovation of vacant apartments.
Lead Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – North Miami, FL – September 4, 2012
A typical day at work consisted of, e-marketing, daily tours of property, generating reports, interaction with customers, keeping leasing team in order, and answering phone calls/emails. I learned a great deal about the real estate industry, customer service, managerial roles, administrative assistant rolls, and public relations. Management was very down to Earth and caring of others needs. My co-workers were amazing, professional, and attentive to individuals needs. The hardest part of the job, was the repetitiveness of daily operations, due to the fact that I enjoy a challenge. The most enjoyable part of the job, was the daily interaction with a variety of individuals.