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Great People to work with
Invoice Processor (Former Employee) –  Carrollton, TXNovember 26, 2018
Typical work day was very fast paced & was able to learn many things in this role. Although there was not much room for advancement the employees were great to work with.
Pros
Enjoyable coworkers
Cons
No advancement opportunities, pay is not competitive
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So much potential.....
Sales (Current Employee) –  Richardson, TXMay 28, 2018
If they would hire actual sales people, set some expectations, utilize metrics and fire the lazy people, it would be great. I am used to working with higher caliber people, getting paid my commissions and watching the lazy people that don’t hit quota get fired. I’ve never seen so many people not it quota and it’s not a big deal.

The insurance is a high deductible plan. It’s 10k deductible for family. Like by having insurance at all. We are shopping external plans. A company that big should have amazing insurance.
Pros
Lots of opportunity. If you get bored you can sell something else. Lots of acquisitions.
Cons
Horrible healthcare benefits. Lazy reps, inexperienced managers.
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Good
SQL Developer (Former Employee) –  Carrollton, TXJanuary 7, 2019
Pros

- Friendly culture
- Tech forward company
- Great work/life balance
- Regular free food/events
- Engineers have a say
- Nice place to work.
- Good place to learn
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Sort of soul crushing
Senior Media Developer (Former Employee) –  Carrollton, TexasSeptember 11, 2018
Sorry but it just isn't a great place to work. At least not for a creer. It might be ok as a rung on the ladder to better compensation and work environment. It's too political, only caring about CYA.
Pros
Recession proof industry
Cons
Culture, pay below industry standard
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5.0
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Great place to work
Senior Manager, Product Management (Current Employee) –  Richardson, TXSeptember 12, 2018
Great place to work, I really like it! Totally approve of the CEO and the vision. Great work and life balance overall. Generous benefits. Flexible schedules.
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Poor upper management but good individual contributors
Manager (Former Employee) –  Richardson, TXMay 24, 2018
Nice casual work environment with good vacation benefits. Poor upper management with constant turnover. Almost no internal promotions. Very limited growth potential. Below average compensation. Continually outsourcing workforce to foreign offices.
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Great Place to Work
Accounts Payable Specialist II (Current Employee) –  Ann Arbor, MIJuly 20, 2018
RealPage is a very great company to work for. They offer good compensation for their employees as well as work hard to build office morale.
With it being a larger company, there are always lots of coworkers to reach out to and to find help when you have a question or need help.
A very strong team environment
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Great place to work
Data Analyst (Current Employee) –  Richardson, TXFebruary 23, 2018
The work culture is very strong in regard to balancing life between work and personal life. My teams were an enjoyable and friendly group, but still got the work done and provided continuously improving client experience.
Pros
Benefits, work/life balance, good management and corporate culture.
Cons
Annual salary raises (never more than ~3% per year), Limited career advancement in many departments
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Realpage was a family.
Escalations Support Agent - Level 2 (Former Employee) –  Richardson, TXOctober 4, 2018
The job culture there was balanced well with outside life. I gained a lot of friends there and enjoyed my job. I recommend it to anyone that would be a good fit there.
Pros
Job culture
Cons
Matrix
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Potential Once The Old Guard Moves On
Employed (Current Employee) –  Richardson, TXSeptember 25, 2018
Filled with leaders who have risen to the top because of years with the company or personal relationships with other leaders. 95% have never worked anywhere else which leads to Stockholm Syndrome across the company.

Lots of high functioning bullies who are allowed to behave poorly as long as revenue continues to flow. CEO and senior leaders view pitting people against each other as motivation and sport. The word "collaboration" is used but the behaviors are not fostered. Low emotional intelligence!

Headcount continues to grow exponentially because low skilled and inexperienced leadership refuses to invest in infrastructure that would automate most repetitive tasks and CUT headcount. Back to the first point- they don't know any better and refuse to listen to anyone who does. You can't simplify when you continue to add hands to the pot! Two years spent investing in and installing a world class unified ERP would set the stage for continued growth thru acquisitions in the future. Hello seamless integration with little client impact!

The CPO loves to quote the employee survey results and the new HQ. Survey's are numbers games... the more lower level heads you survey, the more likely your numbers will be good. Lower level employees aren't as tuned in or exposed to the drama and in-fighting, especially those in India and the Philippines where the headcount is being added. And how about investing in infrastructure systems instead of a million dollar staircase?? Talk about out of touch!

If you enjoy the blame game and aren't frustrated by widespread inefficiency,
  more... this is the culture for you! Otherwise, just keep going.  less
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Great Company!
Marketing Associate (Current Employee) –  Greenville, SCNovember 6, 2018
As a company they do a great job training you for roles. There are lots of opportunity to advance as well. Benefits are amazing too! My only con was working on Saturdays
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There is a lot of potential and opportunities
Director, IT Engineering (Former Employee) –  Richardson, TXApril 29, 2018
RealPage has great people to work with and they all care about the client.
I learned about the real estate/apartment industry and what is important to the real estate companies.

The workplace culture was good at first but with new leadership it has turned into "my way or the highway" which creates very low innovation for the teams.
Pros
Great people, great building
Cons
Over bearing executive management team
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Company filled with exciting opportunities.
Director, Engagement Management (Former Employee) –  Richardson, TXDecember 12, 2018
Great company driven by attending to the success of their clients and satisfaction of their associates. There are ample opportunities for advancement.
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New Leadership Driving Away Great Talent
Accountant (Former Employee) –  Richardson, TXJanuary 16, 2019
Recently added C Suite leadership has totally shifted the culture in the department and made working here unbearable! Already lost a couple of great employees bc of it.
Pros
Gym Starbucks Cafe
Cons
New Leadership
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Great place to work!
Administrative Project Assistant to VP (Former Employee) –  Carrollton, TXOctober 23, 2018
RealPage is a great company with many great products, great working atmosphere and a lot of dedicated, enthusiastic employees. I would highly recommend working there if you're in commercial real estate software.
Pros
atmosphere, benefits, casual work environment
Cons
none
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Overall great place to work
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Greenville, SCSeptember 30, 2018
Overall Real Page is an excellent place to work. There’s a lot of down time between emails and the job culture is just wonderful. Everyone is so nice and friendly. The pay is pretty decent, just wish they paid a little more but the job is worth it.
Pros
Coworkers, team leads, customers
Cons
Pay
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I'm not paid for the work I do
QA Data Analyst (Current Employee) –  Richardson, TXJune 28, 2018
I was promoted and was doing my new job for a month before they gave me the raise they promised me and it wasn't nearly as big as they said it would be. I'm grossly underpaid for the work I do.
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Okay place to work if you like call centers
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Greenville, SCMay 24, 2018
The training was engaging but too short. You are put on the phones before you are fully understanding the job. Some managers were extremely inspirational and motivated while ours had sour kraut attitudes. The overall atmosphere depended on who's team you were on. Didn't like all the steps you go through to request time off. If there are too many people off that day, well you are just not approved off. Time was heavily controlled, not much freedom in your job. Bathroom breaks were limited to break times only. However, they offer 4 hours paid to do charity work. Free gym at location. A cool lunchroom. Good pay for the job. On the job training. Benefits are amazing!
Pros
Great benefits. Free gym. Paid time for charity work. On the job training.
Cons
Lunchtime 30 minutes. Training not long enough. Bathroom breaks limited. Stress over time.
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Easy Job
Off-site Leasing Agent (Former Employee) –  Carrollton, TXJune 18, 2018
The job was easy but repetitive. Lack of advancement int the customer service departments. Management was fair. Typical day is answering the phones helping people find an apartment.
Pros
Vto
Cons
lack of advancement
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Interesting work but operational execution problems exist.
Employee (Former Employee) –  Richardson, TXSeptember 17, 2018
Since moving to the new building in Richardson, TX in 2016, the open architecture has allowed for better collaboration which has been helpful as the company has been working to unify their product offering. The company has identified Innovation and Simplicity as the corporate north star(s) although that can sometimes be seen as aspirational rather than a description of the current state. Your colleagues will include many smart, hard-working people but the numerous and on-going pivots, reorgs, and acquisitions can make for a challenging environment at times.
Pros
Fertile marketspace for Realpage products and services, collaborative work environment with cafeteria, gym, and recreational options.
Cons
The chaos factor can be rather high at times, ever-changing personnel can make it difficult to know who does what at Realpage.
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