Evernest Careers and Employment
Evernest started at the beginning of the 2008 economic crisis by default. When the bottom fell out of the residential housing market, our founder, Matthew Whitaker, was left holding 30 rental houses that he wanted to sell, but couldn’t. So he set out to find a property manager with similar beliefs and management preferences as to his own. Later that year, Matthew started Evernest and opened our doors for business.
Since 2008, our team has continued growing. From 3, to more than 100 team members dedicated to providing owners the best property management experience around.
What’s the secret to our success? We attribute it to an incredible team and a thriving company culture. Our company culture influences everything about how we do business with our owners and tenants. It’s also the basis for which we hire new employees. Having competent job qualifications is, of course, necessary, but embracing the Evernest core values is what matters first.
Evernest currently has locations in Atlanta, Birmingham, Boulder, Chattanooga, Colorado Springs, Columbus (OH), Denver, Detroit, Ft. Collins, Jackson (MS), Little Rock, Memphis, Murfreesboro, and Nashville.
We specialize in single-family houses, condos, and small multifamily buildings; and currently manage almost 4,500 homes for over 2,600 different investors and homeowners. Our clients range from real estate funds to homeowners of single-family homes and small multifamily buildings.
We have found that our clients trust us primarily for these three reasons:
1. National brand, local experts – we hire local people to manage our homes.
2. In-house maintenance – Evernest team members handle most of our work orders. This leads to less resident turnover.
3. No 3rd part application underwriting – Most property manager subcontract the most important job we have as a property manager . . . find you an awesome resident.
Come find out why we say, “We don’t own your home, we just act like we do.”
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Salary estimated from 282 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Installation & Maintenance
Company was great when I started but now has developed a Extreme micromanagement style.. GPS tracking constantly my phone, my truck, jut about my trip to the bathroom, makes employee feel like their not trustworthy.
Many in Leadership roles are inexperienced and flush people out based on numbers alone without helping or trying to develop employees. Absolute zero work life balance. Also if they can they will pay somebody from out of the country or in another part of the USA where wages are lower, to do jobs for minimal pay. About half the companies employees are cultural and live and work out of the country virtually. it’s also a very misogynistic company in terms of men hold all of the leadership positions.
Great place to work and tons of opportunity. I have a sense of purpose and all of the tools and resources that I need to get my job done the right way even when it is challenging.
I cleared 170 work orders for the company in roughly two months time. Management does not communicate well. I was a first point of contact maintenance contractor for tenants. We got along well. Often heard disappointment regarding the service provided by office staff. Unrealistic expectations as an employee (6-8 calls a day... driving in Denver...). Inconsistent work orders and payments when I had equipment and service related bills due cost me in fees. Company frequently has "black outs" where no payments are authorized for a period of time. Management not willing to address these concerns. My recommendation is Do Not Apply. Its not a good fit.
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