Leasing Professional (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 26, 2017
Great team and work environment, got along with all staffing members, customer satisfaction is a huge priority, keeps you busy, you learn multiple tasks and management treats you well. The only con I have is the change in work policies are frequent. Besides, this is a wonderful company.
Transportation/Lead Driver (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 23, 2017
High stress place to work no team work. Learned how to survive from being fired. Communication non existent with management. Stressful work environment. The best part of the job was the co-workers. Management did not care about employees.
PROPERTY MANAGER (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – September 27, 2017
The overall company is probably fairly good to work for. I believe Upper Management leaves a lot to be desired. High employee turn-over. Honesty about your position can be inflated when hired and you end of doing the majority of the work while someone else gets the pay and bonuses.
Really good training
No job security, upper management deceitful, felt very used
Property Manager (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – September 19, 2017
You work a standard 8 hour day on the average. After I left this company I learned that not all managements empower their employees. Upper Management has the best interest in their employees. Most enjoyable part of my job was the team.The hardest part was the sense of job security.
Property Management Intern (Former Employee) – Lakewood, CO – September 13, 2017
Trinity Property Consultants was an amazing place to begin my working career in the property management field. During my time, I saw almost all aspects to what goes into how a property is managed. I began with one job, and every other week I changed to the next job on the chain. I began with the maintenance tech guys, and ended with the corporate offices out in Las Vegas, Nevada. As a college student, this was the best fit for me to understand what goes into the development, and management of a property in just a short window of time.
Great work experience, balanced work schedule, amazing staff who cares
I began during the turnover period, under staffed at times
Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) – Oregon City, OR – August 28, 2017
The property I worked at was within 5 miles from home. The manager was great to work with. The rehab project manager was stealing from the company, however while proving it, I was black listed with upper management.
Leasing consultant (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – July 10, 2017
I can honestly say that I enjoyed working for this company especially after seeing what other companies are all about. Trinity offered job placement for anyone who was moving, competitive wage, benefits and compensation. Very diverse company which offers great ways to learn about culture and people, also they make sure that you are very well trained and educated on all areas that needed.
Leasing Consultant (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – January 25, 2017
Great company to work for. Pays competitively and offers paid training and clothing expense. The only thing I found negative was the constant classes that needed to be taken or you lost your commission. The classes had to be taken at work and there wasn't always time.
Salary is good however, the training is provided via computer webinars and online course work. Employees are required to complete training courses in an unrealistic time frame. Most employees never get them completed in time.
Assistant Community Manager (Former Employee) – Tualatin, OR – November 7, 2016
trinity was a great company to work for. They gave uniform allowance every six months. The pay was very competitive. There was a lot of paid schooling to make sure that every employee was good at what we did.
Uniform allowance, Pay rate, Bonuses.
in transition. They seem to be buying Apartments to flip them.
Leasing Consultant/ASSISTANT MANAGER (Current Employee) – Lakewood, CO – September 13, 2016
This company taught me a lot about the industry and provided me with essential skills related to property management. The work life balance was decent, but the management was poor and did not care to develop their employees.