LEASING CONSULTANT (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA - October 6, 2019
Pinnacle was the second company I had worked for in the property management industry and I absolutely love it. I worked in the NW region and our team was pretty amazing. I loved my location and my management team. Everyone was always very involved in all aspects. They definitely spend money on their employees, our company parties were always a blast. I got a pretty decent hourly wage for not having been in the industry too long but my commissions were GrEAT. They also offered company apt discount if you lived on site. D
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX - March 28, 2018
I enjoyed working with Pinnacle, they are pretty fair and I loved the every day challenges. Meeting new people everyday was wonderful, The team work always came together especially as the challenge got greater. Thank you Pinnacle for all the opportunities you gave me.
Leasing Consultant (Current Employee) - San Antonio, TX - March 26, 2018
I would never recommend anyone to work here. Very poor management, no training opportunities, and all in all not a very enjoyable place to work at. I would go elsewhere as soon as the opportunity comes up.
pay is good
horrible and i mean horrible staff/management/human resources
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV - March 13, 2018
The job was great. I enjoyed meeting new people and getting those that were new to Vegas in their perfect homes. The only thing that I would change is management. We all worked as team players but the structure was off.
Fast pace environment. Learned how to lease. Management is very open minded and GREAT to work for. Workplace it VERY diversity. Hardest part of job was dealing with resident that was not sincere about paying their rent. The most enjoyable part of the job is making people/resident feel like home and approving them that they have been approved.
Laid back office with nice people but not enough work to keep employees engaged.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Seattle, WA but moving to Bellevue, WA. - January 31, 2018
I appreciated when I started the ability to choose my schedule a little bit. Basically the earlier you come in the earlier you get off. My supervisor is very understanding and hands off which works great for some but not for me. I realize now that I need a little bit more structure or a supervisor who is more attentive to employees. The office itself is very disconnected from each other. Every department has it's own separate area and people do no interact very much. I want a more collaborative work environment which my current job does not provide. In my opinion the hardest part of my job is that I have to coordinate data from the sites while never meeting, or speaking with them in person. Everything is through email so an extroverted person like me struggles to maintain motivation stuck behind a screen all day. Others might like how relaxed and low pressure the job is but for me I feel my talents and skills are being wasted doing the same thing every month without learning new things or being challenged in new ways. It is a great job for an introverted person who likes doing repetitive and sometimes very tedious administrative tasks to help real estate companies make money off of people living.
flexible scheduling, good benefits, decent pay, autonomous work environment
little to no collaboration, no innovation initiatives, very repetitive, tedious, often not enough work to fill out the week.
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Leasing Manager (Current Employee) - Kent, WA - January 1, 2018
This company is oookay to work for. I can see that some properties will be amazing to work at and others not. It honestly depends on your Regional Manager and owners. I also feel like Pinnacle does a lot of unnecessary steps to get a simple project done.
Reserves at Pilot Butte (Former Employee) - Bend, OR - December 31, 2017
I had a Regional that was never present and when there were issues that needed help from the regional this person was never there to help. The regional would contact me to ask questions about how to do her own job.
Leasing Consultant/ Maintenance Assistant (Current Employee) - Plano, TX - October 27, 2017
I learned a lot about the industry in this position from different sides. I worked both in the older lower end communities and high end communities and the overall consensus is the management didn't really care about the residents and never gave the tools needed to make any property live up to its full potential. It frustrated me the most due to the fact these are peoples homes not just some small insignificant thing.
I was a part of a start up crew, there were 10 in our group. I would be the lesion between the construction company on updates of buildings that were opening first, I would let leasing agents what could and couldn't be leased. The largest complex I did a lease up was 420.
The hardest part was keeping the construction company to communicate effectively.
Job culture, we worked effective, and in the end we were able lease as quickly they were finishing up the building.
I love this place, it has taught how to be great salesmen and learn how to handle objections. Since the community is old, its a challenge to sell here but i have manged to do well for myself. There is always something new to learn here and i feel prepared to deal with anything. Its just so busy so i cant learn to do things that a manger does. I always try to be better then the day i was before and really want to move up. A typical day here starts with advertising our apartments, checking voicemail's, getting back to prospects and getting them into the office to show the property. Also i always help the residents on any work needed in there apartment . The hardest part of my job is finding the time to do everything. I have a great team ,i just like doing everything myself. The most enjoyable part of working here is meeting people and developing relationships that will last past my time here. I love to sell and i love what i do and i just want to be the best that ever did it. Management is good, i can always depend on my managers to help me with any problem and resolve any issue.
While working with Pinnacle property management I obtained many great skills and knowledge in this industry. My community manager was an amazing role model and provided me with the skills to be successful in property management. I learned how to use many marketing programs like popcard, showpro, LRO rainmaker, yardi just to name a few. The work environment was very optimistic, everyone is very welcoming and always shares knowledge to help us all progress.