Overall not a bad place to work
COMMUNITY MANAGER (Former Employee) – Dallas, OR – October 17, 2016
Onsite Property Management. Walk across complex, open office. Do a mountain of paperwork. Answer emails, phones, and meet with walk ins. Do inspections, move in/out, evictions, tax credit paperwork. Be compliant and timely with paperwork and fair housing laws. Best thing about the job: independence, the unit provided was good, the training is quite good.
The hardest things about the job: corporate office not willing to do the work on complaints and support management when things are falsely reported. Corporate office will hold managers accountable when they fail to complete paperwork in a timely manor and will put the errors off on managers. The compliance office is understaffed and not held accountable. Other than that, it would have received four or five stars.
Trainings and Portfolio Managers are good
Compliance office understaffed and not held accountable