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Productive and challenging
Leasing Consultant (Current Employee), Richmond, VADecember 19, 2013
Pros: discounted rates for employees, competitive pay
Cons: short breaks, healthcare
A typical day at work consists of following up with all of your prospects and seeking ways to acquire new ones (updating websites, open houses, specials, etc.). Additionally, the day to day tasks also involve contacting dissatisfied residents, account reconciliation, updating reports, touring walk-ins, and managing the property and any issues while – more... adhering to the company policies. – less
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helping finding a place to live that they can call home
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCOctober 30, 2013
I enjoyed my time with the company, I didn't want to leave but needed to relocate.
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Industrial Construction
Supervisor (Former Employee), Richmond, VAOctober 11, 2013
I was apart of one of the leading devlopers in residental realestate and given the oportunity to soar with the eagles as training was at my Bek-n-call, I cant say enough about the level of deocation it bestoes upon its staff
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Cool for the experience to put on my resume
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee), Petersburg, VAAugust 25, 2013
Pros: pretty decent pay for entry level
Cons: no room for advanvement if you don't look the part
I liked this company at first. It was my first job out of college. I got 1 year of experience and got out of there. They already know what they want their future property managers to look like and if you don't fit the mold, you will forever stay a leasing consultant. Nice office, management just OK.
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don't consider this company
maintenence technician (Former Employee), Cary, NCJuly 22, 2013
Cons: everything avoid this company, most people there are afraid of their jobs. you literally could be fired at anytime.
I left a great job to come to weinstein for the promise of the training and experience I would gain. I was misled from day one. I had a horrible experience. I came in as a c tech with my epa certification and general experience with ability and knowledge and eager to learn more. I basically was just a maid. They do things backwards. Unless you enjoy – more... a lot of cleaning and very little actual maintenance work avoid this company. They pretend to be family oriented and the fun days are interesting, but they will back door you in a heartbeat. Very high turn over, big brother type company. Clicks and all that. Pay is good and good Benefits, but weigh that against working for an evil empire type of company. Absolutely trust no one! Money is all that matters to them. People are expendable to them unless you are a robot who can't think for themselves. Be warned. – less
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Great opportunity for advancement
Property Manager (Former Employee), Richmond, VAJune 24, 2013
Pros: benefits
Cons: long hours and always on call
I started in a sales/leasing specialist position and within 6 months, promoted to a manager-in-training role which quickly led me to running my own apartment community team as the Property Manager.
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Every day is different
MIT (Former Employee), Newport NewsMay 23, 2013
Pros: decent pay, good bonuses
Cons: cronyism, late hours, mandatory weekends
Every day with this company is different. The pay is decent if you are willing to put up with the favoritism, shadiness and late/weekend hours. You might be hired as a manager in training but be prepared to be a leasing consultant for a long time before moving up. There's also a good chance that you might go from LC to MIT to Acting Manager and back – more... to a Leasing Consultant. It all depends on how the directors are feeling.

The company sponsored events are fun and the bonuses are typically good. – less
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Great opportunity to meet new people!
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCMay 14, 2013
Pros: meet new people, spend some time outside showing properties, occasional free stuff from local businesses, fresh baked chocolate chip cookies daily!
Cons: work weekends, pay does not reflect the range of skills required or educational background of employees, high turn-over, seasonal cut-backs
As a new resident to Charlotte, it was nice to have that type of experience fresh on my mind while helping a number of other people making the same transition. A lot of the work was self-paced, however, being very organized was vital to keeping up with the busy day. There was always something new and exciting happening and it was a definite learning – more... experience. This is a great entry level position and will certainly help establish sales experience. – less
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i'm like it here
Carpenter (Current Employee), Glen Allen, VAJanuary 15, 2013
Pros: benefits
Cons: not as much overtime as i would like
its a 7-330 job with occasional overtime.i could be doing anything from demo'ing,trashing out,framing,or trimming a unit.i have learned if you have right people in right place things go fairly smooth,but,if you don't things can get a little less smooth.as far as management goes refer to previous sentence.i am lucky.i am the kind of guy that gets along – more... with most people.so,i rarely have issues with my co-workers.i really don't find anything hard about my job,but,if i have to pick something,i guess it would be bringing the lowes order and doors in the units.the one thing i enjoy most about my job is the comradarie i enjoy with my coworkers.most of us are friends as well as co-workers. – less
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Small sized management company
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Newport News, CAMarch 1, 2012
Pros: tight knit family environment
Cons: tidewater properties need renovation
Company that owns and manages a majority of its properties. The truly valued its employees! Conducted monthly breakfast meetings and annual company parties that were nice and memorable.