Property Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 6, 2018
The mission statement for this company is indeed true. They thrive and providing their resident with outstanding customer service. They provide their employees with extensive training for continued progression and advancement opportunities in return accomodating to investors with outstanding returns.
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – April 4, 2018
In my short time with MG, I had nothing but positive experiences. Community Manager was motivated and didn't micro manage. The staff were all friendly and professional. I relocated out of town, or I'd have stayed around forever.
Assistant Community Manager (Current Employee) – Los Angeles County, CA – January 3, 2018
Corporate office should back up their employees a lot better. And should realize that employees can't control people going into eviction I can't pay for every single resident that can't afford the rent
Property Manager (Current Employee) – California – September 20, 2017
Mg Properties make sure Family comes first! There is a clear direction of what is expected of work results. The most enjoyable part and challenging of the job is working with different cultures which help us understand and learn from each other.
Community Manager (Former Employee) – Napa, CA – July 2, 2017
I had a great experience with MG. I have been employed by other property management companies but always compare to MG. By far the best company to work for. I only left due to some personal issues not related to the company.
Property Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 13, 2017
MG Properties Is A very competitive stressful work enviorment many upper management employees are very helping but they send other regional managers to work in a out of area enviorment with micromanaging from a far.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Tracy, CA – February 15, 2017
Newly promoted manager made it difficult but they tried. Great culture corporate seemed like they cared. Horrible benefits if you have a family. $800 a month for 2 people?!!? I think McDonald's has a better insurance plan. The interaction between communities was cool
Leasing Consultant (Current Employee) – Wildomar, CA – January 24, 2017
The entire team that I work with is great. Management is very helpful. They make you feel like a part of the family. The hardest part of the job is when a property is being acquired and all the info that is given to you all at once. The job is very rewarding when residents come in and thank you for all that you do.
Property Manager (Former Employee) – North Hollywood, CA – December 1, 2016
MG felt like Family. From Upper Management to Training and Development; Corporate associates are very friendly and approachable and will help teach/show you to achieve a practical solution to your problem. HR was specifically helpful and exhibited patients. Opportunities to advance or transfer are always available due to new acquisitions through out the year. It's a large Co. made to feel small with friendliness.
Growing Co. purchasing acquisition throughout the year.
Some communities are low income tax credit, Hud, Section8 ty
Property Manager (Former Employee) – North Hollywood, CA – November 1, 2016
Excellent Company for employment and advancements. Big company that still treats their employees with personal attention and detail. Training and development, HR and Risk management dept. exceeded any other company I previously was employeed with.
Rapidly expanding and extensive support, training and assistance at the Corp level
Some properties are section 8, Hud, subsidized low income.
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – August 10, 2016
If there were any downfall to this company it was that they care too much for people. Naturally numbers need to be met, so if you're not you'll hear about it, however this company never forgets that people are people and they get nowhere without them. A resident is having a tough time they with help out, waive fees, whatever they can do. An employee got seriously ill, or came on hard times, they did everything they could to help, fundraisers, donations, you name it! Every employee goes to corporate for a 1 week training all expenses paid in San Diego. You meet every important person in the company and they meet you, and they truly care and will check in with how you are doing. I would have never left if I did not move.
Their heart, benefits, commission
More money needed to be spent on property impovements