Employee (Current Employee) – Colorado – August 29, 2018
Great Ideas, bad follow through and culture. Love all the ideas and changes suggested from main corporate office but nothing is followed through at a local level. Too many new implementations trying to go all at once making it impossible for many of them to stick. No growth opportunities. Bad local culture, turnover at the corporate level is high.
Leasing Consultant/Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Ocean Springs, MS – August 16, 2018
I was a rookie to Multi-Family Housing and Lincoln provided me with excellent training and motivation. They provided a great number of benefits and premiere training that has carried over to several other properties. My greatest career milestone thus far has been achieving 100% occupancy while working with my Lincoln Team.
Leasing Manager (Former Employee) – Thornton, CO – August 14, 2018
Offices run by Lincoln Property Company are a joke to work for. They expect so much out of you with little return. Have no regard for family life, its like being in high school only worse, everyone is actual adults.
Dangles advancement over your head only to transfer you to another property
Leasing & Marketing Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 6, 2018
On many accounts, mostly the same type are promoted. You do not need a degree, but you need to be in the "in crowd" to be promoted. Once promoted, behave do not think out the box, or you will be placed at a property intended to sell or change in management. Properties are normally well maintained. Maintenance is overworked and most staff are running around while managers have their lower team memebers work on reports. Their reports however have them in the office for hours until their time to leave. Not many apologies or concessions given to residents, nor gifts. Budget always seems lop sided, outside vendors who send leads are paid substantially a lot more that the onsite staff. A lot of properties join unnecessary programs, making staff take time to learned them, only not to use in daily practice. The practice of hiring and positions need to be looked at heavily. Not always an equal opportunity employer.
Bonuses for leases and renewals. Depending on property mantenance recieves some bonuses
Poor mid level management. Miscommunication, no mandatory meetings.
Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – July 28, 2018
The regional caused conflict between the manager and myself! Pitting one against the other! She had maintenance fighting with the office! Claimed she had my back! I was fired for something one of the corporate maintenance guys did when he was on my property!
This is a good job for an entry level position or a part time position for a college grad. Potential to earn commissions, but the hourly pay is not enough. No degree required. Promotions feel like they are based on filling a seat, rather than giving it to a person who is qualified & has put in the time. It really is dependent on who your manager & RPM is at the time. Trainings & monthly quizzes are available & required to stay up-to-date with Fair Housing Laws & company policies. There are company parties for Christmas, Thanksgiving potlucks & annual award ceremonies. You get an hour lunch break and 2 weeks off a year with a minimum of a months notice.
Standard Benefits, Vaction, paid sick days
Work hours/time off not flexible, a lot of work for low compensation
Staff Accountant (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – July 23, 2018
We never get to leave early when office close/We don't get no training/we always have so much work/micromanagement too much/not organized and manager doesn't know a best way to solve problem. The policy is from what they want us to follow not company policies.
Assistant Manager - Villas on South Creek (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – July 20, 2018
While it has been several years since I worked with Lincoln, I clearly remember thoroughly enjoying my career with them. I would have stayed had I not been relocating to a different area with my husband.
Assistant Manger (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 19, 2018
This company is well established and has been around for many years. Work life is competitive, but with the help from a great team, you collaborate to make your community great. Hardest part of the job is TIME MANAGEMENT, but once you establish the skill, it will make your life that much easier.