Over all, getting 'big' things done was like pulling teeth.
The culture was not a very proactive one and there were too many emergencies.
An ounce of prevention coupled with a long range strategy is not the way things are done.
Suffer with it until it breaks completely is more the M.O. To me, that is the best way to lose good tenants.
The owner is not in the state for the most part. It is my wish that he shined around more often. He seems like a nice man.
Relationship with the tenants is the best part of my job. I have control over that.
Not enough support from those hired to do so.