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Listen to my employees and do a better job finding out what they need to be better at what they do, then give them the resources and support to be the best at what they do.

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2 weeks paid time off for vacation

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I had to leave because of relocation. My husband finished grad school and we moved away from Oregon.

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Princeton Property Management has been in business for over 30 years with a great reputation!! I'm confident their future will be full of success!!

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9 to 10. Office hours are 8, then emergencies happen from time to time.

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I have not received one in my years time being here.

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Better pay and truth in job responsibilities. I have had so many times when they pulled out maintenance team to send them to a different property because they didn't have people that knew how to work ion air conditioners. I was basically the property manager and was paid for being a leasing agent. They do not offer incentives for jobs well done and resident retention and I think that would be helpful to bring in a more teamwork approach.

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You have no business without your onsite managers. Treat them with more respect.

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You would apply through a portfolio manager. It would be discussed in a committee. You would be asked to provide proof of insurance and credit-related information for approval.

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