Best job I ever had, until the focus shifted away from expansion.
Asst to General Counsel and Debt Recovery Manager (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – October 15, 2018
The summary really says it all. Everything was awesome, at least for me, until the company shifted focus from expansion to maintenance. It was the right thing to do and I wish the company and all of my former co-workers well but I hated that my position there was eliminated.
Credit Specialist (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – September 9, 2018
I enjoyed the ability to manage my day and avoid my manager looking over my shoulder . We have a flexible work schedule and the ability to work from home . The work is interesting , we have the ability to take inbound calls and follow up with management when we need help. The work is fast paced and one must be able to multitask.
A typical day at work was busy and fun at the same time till the reorganization at the company. Management was fair. The hardest part of the job was dealing with upset customers. The easiest part of the job was helping to create a happy culture.
Shared Services Coordinator/ Utility Coordinator (Former Employee) – Sandy Springs, GA – August 3, 2018
Started at the beginning of this company building and it was amazing, the people were amazing to work with. Stayed through 3 layoffs and management now is terrible. When under pressure they are not attentive to employees needs or requests. Corporate HR is horrible to its employees. Hopefully with the last merger they will get things back on track.
Benefits, diversity, functions, bonuses
Promises, keeping focus on the employees needs, more concerned with money than attention to detail
No life balance. Manager had no experience in real estate or management.
Lease Coordinator (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – July 11, 2018
Worst department I have ever worked in. Manager was out of the office constantly. Major nepitism with hiring management. Human Resources is a joke. Absolutely no life balance. Schedules get changed without adequate notice.
Assistant Portfolio Manager (Former Employee) – Sandy Springs, GA – July 10, 2018
Learned various reporting methods and strategic planning for high volume properties. Previous management was very knowledgeable and approachable. Training was followed to increase productivity and moral. Awarding systems encouraged great service and improvement. The difficulty began when the company merged with another company and the management staff began to move on to other companies. Less training took place, less people working shifts and ultimately more than half of the staff was dismissed which created an extremely heavy work load for everyone else. Highly stressful.
job is great but alot of work and pay is low. the employees are nice the environment is good. There is no advancement in position the work load is hectic but manageable but the hourly pay is very low for the amount of duties you have to complete on a daily basis.
This company was awful! The maintenance department dictated what the property managers were to do. I was accused of saying things that never came out of my mouth. I had to call HR due to the hostile work environment produced by this company.
No budget, the homes we put people in were filthy and only half fixed. It was an embarrassment to place people in our rental homes.