Maintenance (Current Employee) – Oregon – July 31, 2018
Working at Peak will be the greatest decision you've made. Middle and Upper management care about their employees and they work hard to to help you succeed in your chosen career path. You're not just a number, but a person they care about.
Community Manager (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – July 30, 2018
Peak Living is a growing company which offers many advancement opportunities. I have worked with the company just shy of 2 years and in that time they have acquired 4 new properties in our region. They have a great online support team that responds within 24-48 hours to issues regarding yardi, accounting, training, HR, IT, and marking support. They also have a Peak Cares program where disgruntled residents can call and talk to upper management which takes a lot of pressure off the onsite team. The company and my supervisor is always recognizing employees for their efforts. My direct supervisor has always been so approachable and helpful in anything I need to learn. I'm excited to see the company continue to grow!
Growing pains, sometimes growing too fast is hard and new policies and practices are rolled out too soon.
Community Manager (Current Employee) – Cordova, TN – July 30, 2018
Working at Peak Living has opened my eyes to a new way of running a company. They understand that there's a ton of stress onsite and they help by standing behind you when needed. This family type environment has been great! We support and guide one another as we continue to grow. Working as a team is a must and Peak Living understands that!
Service Manager (Former Employee) – West Memphis, AR – July 13, 2018
Sad company to work for I wouldn't recommend anyone to work for them they don't care about fixing anything because they don't want to purchase the material to get the job done and management is a joke. All I can say is run from them they don't care about residents concern or nothing
Amazing support from RM & CEO. Everyone at corporate office is easily accessible to help with anything you need. Regional manager is always available and very support. CEO is very approachable, down to earth and listens to on site teams.
Service Manager (Current Employee) – Utah – May 2, 2018
Company doesn’t care about employees or residents they only care about staying on budget. You don’t get overtime pay and they promised monthly and quarterly bonuses that you will never see. They only care about taking care of people in upper management. No one seems to know how to do their job and your forced to try to work with management that won’t let you spend any money to get anything fixed correctly or in a timely manner. Overall an extremely negative experience working for them I strongly recommend anyone seeking employment avoid them at all costs.
All about money, not their employees or residents.
COMMUNITY MANAGER (Former Employee) – Rio Rancho, NM – April 25, 2018
I would not work for Peak Living. They do not allow you to do your job and micro manage to the extreme. Cannot buy items to fix apartments or make readies without being scrutinized. Do not want to fix anything that will cost them thousands of dollars, would rather stay in budget than fix anything. Care more getting their bonuses by staying in budget than fix anything. Overall Peak Living is a company for investors not the employee or the tenant.
Fair pay and benefits.
Micro Manages and rather stay in budget than fix anything.
Maintenance Tech (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – February 20, 2018
I was only at the company for about a year. It was a great company to work for at the little time that I was there. I really did not to spend a lot of time getting to know a lot about the company. Over all it was a great experience.
Community Manager (Former Employee) – Utah – September 25, 2017
Home office is disorganized, they pay their vendors 90 days late (so late vendors quit working for you), their "leadership" has no clue how to lead, you get no real training, and they continually undermine your ability to get anything done onsite.
Low pay, don't give you tools you need to be successful
Maintenance Supervisor (Current Employee) – Utah – August 4, 2015
Typical day involves taking care of the grounds, cleaning pool, going through the turn board and taking care of said turn. Doing work orders, ordering parts for turns and work orders. Office staff is amazing. most enjoyable part of work is seeing residents of this community happy and making their day better.
Assistant Manager and Leasing Agent (Current Employee) – Provo, UT – February 19, 2015
Typical day at work was showing apartments getting the prospects to fall in love and move in. Management was great if you have any problems they will take care of them as soon as possible. My Co workers were awesome i will be friends with them for a long time! The hardest part of my job was that my mother is a regional manager for Peak Living and she is over most of their communities and so i was never treated like a normal employee. Learning the manager position, I loved it. Scheduling vendors and turns and ordering.
great company to work for, very friendly people.
my moms is a regional and I wasn't treat the same as a normal employee.