Senior Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – September 12, 2017
I truly enjoy the job of a Leasing Consultant. Unfortunately the working conditions weren't desirable due to lack support and management..In the two years employed management turnover was very high due to poor hires.There were a total of five Community Directors in this period and three were interment and overseeing multiple communities.
Summer Corporate Operations Intern (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 11, 2017
Everyone is very friendly, and the work is fulfilling. Everybody is very supportive of interns and there is plenty of collaborative work. The Intern program is very well organized, so you will not find yourself with a lot of tedious busywork.
Marketing (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – August 16, 2017
UDR is a solid average player in the multi-family industry. They can be very cutting edge on some fronts while archaic on others. If one is looking for a stable, straight forward mulit-family experience, UDR is the place to be.
Leasing Professional (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 14, 2017
Company is cheap and doesnt want to put money in the properties, apartments are extremely overpriced and what we sell to the residents is bad quality as the apartments, appliances etc are all breaking down and falling apart. Constantly looking to charge residents new fees each year like parking, etc but do not put money back into these properties. Do not pay leasing staff enough and management complains if we go overtime. Quite frankly it sucks.
The benifits were good. I enjpyed working with my coworkers
AP Clerk (Former Employee) – Glen Allen, VA – August 8, 2017
This company had good benifits. The company relocated its corporate offices in 2011 and laid off many employees at the time. The company at the time was good to work for before the layoffs. I am sure that it is still a good company to work.
Sr. Service Manager (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 7, 2017
This is the best company I have worked for in my career. I would recommend this company to anyone looking at getting into property management. UDR is a place where you can find fulfullment and job security as long as you have integrity in your work.
Resident Services (Current Employee) – Orange County, CA – June 5, 2017
I have thoroughly enjoyed working for UDR over the last several years and feel that I have been generously compensated for my work.
My only issue is that the advancement is lacking. I feel that employees are not given the opportunity to grow. The lack of growth becomes increasingly frustrating for those employees who want to move up and move on in their careers.
I am looking for a company that empowers their staff to make decisions based on their experience in the business and that are pushed to learn and succeed in their career goals.
UDR, Inc has an energetic atmosphere and is constantly in motion, growing to meet the demands of the Apartment Home industry. The employees are recognized for the contributions they make both in the workplace and the Community they work in.
Office Manager/HR Administrator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 3, 2017
A typical day at UDR was very warm and inviting.. Great atmosphere. I learned a lot about Human Resource and Benefits Administrator. How to managed budgets etc. The most enjoyable part about UDR, Inc. is the family atmosphere..
Regional Manager (Former Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – April 17, 2017
Leading technology and innovation in property management. A great company to grow with. I worked with them for 5 years and have nothing negative to report. It is a very competitive environment but not cut throat.
Real Estate Investment Trust can be tricky, but I loved it.
Community Director (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – February 27, 2017
I loved being a Community Director for UDR. I enjoyed living by the ticker tape and having a direct impact on raising share value. Unfortunately for myself and my team, the Tidewater group of properties were actively for sale, resulting in negligent under-spending over the course of my employment. Again, I was good at it. I loved upper management and felt supported by them. Middle management seemed not to want to be involved. Because I believe in following a chain of command, this could be tricky to navigate.
Concierge (Former Employee) – Costa Mesa, CA – January 21, 2017
A typical day at work involves multi-tasking to the max. You can expect to be a police officer, a therapist, tow vehicles all the time, be the complaint center, amd answer a million calls while having a line of people waiting for parking passes.
Consierge (Current Employee) – Bellevue, WA – November 25, 2016
Live working here. Management is awsome. The only downfall is if you work part time you get no benefits. Pay is ok.....should be more due to the cost of living etc. the turnover rate would not be so huge if they paid better