Salesperson (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 29, 2016
Good working relationship with team peers, superiors and managing director. Developed and honed skills related to effective marketing, sales and management in the field of luxury residential real estate new development in New York City.
Senior Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 6, 2017
Management here is pretty terrible. Corcoran over charges for marketing and really doesn't care about new people that join. Their commission structure is not supportive for growth. They honor tenured agents and don't give enough training and support to newer agents - and I wasn't new, this was just my observation. Their business model is really outdated. My advice would be to try a lower commission brokerage.
Associate Broker (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 8, 2015
One of the largest and most prestigious real estate companies there is.Be prepared to execute all aspects of residential property sales for both buyers and sellers, from initial showing to close. Brokers and and salespeople are commission only, so be prepared to be working 24/7-work and life balance can get blurred easily.
Professional, Ethical and very friendly environment
Real Estate Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Bridgehampton, NY – December 4, 2013
The good thing about working with independent agents is that they essetially work for themselves and I am here to asist them with any needs. Everyone has been very friendly and I get decent health benefits. The management team is very good with their agents and staff. I have learned a lot about how real estate is done in the Hamptons, NY and have enjoyed viewing all of the amazing properties.
Advertising and Marketing (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 10, 2013
An excellent company that respects your time and understands life is not always 9-5. The CEO makes a genuine effort to get to know you and your name. If you work hard and complete your tasks, it is not an issue if you need to slip out for a doctor appointment or leave early to pick up a child. The morale is high and I feel as if you are rewarded for your efforts.
Broker's Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 12, 2012
A typical day at work for me would be to come in at 9am and usually I am the first one at the office! I open the front door and turn on all of the lights and go to my desk and work... My office is located upstairs from the store front and there is a beautiful open window view of the city by my desk.
The staff and management is very friendly and like family here.
I have learned allot from Corcoran and will take what I learned here and apply it to my everyday lifestyle.
The hardest part of the job is the pressure that some clients give you for wanting their issues addressed as soon as possible. This can be hard when you are working with one or more customers at a time.
The most enjoyable part of the job is making clients happy and satisfying their needs.
free lunches, self-employed, other perks, great real estate events around nyc, great boss