Account Specialist (Current Employee) – Westlake Village, CA – July 21, 2018
The work is stressful but the company does a great job at rewarding ALL employees in varies way. Company paid lunches are a regular thing as are holiday inspired get together s during working hours. All you can drink coffee and snacks on site. Great response time with IT and facilities. HR is very responsive and helpful. Fun environment
Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – June 26, 2018
Really love working environment. A lot of opportunity to learn and grow my career. We don't have free lunch everyday, but we have happy hours every two weeks, we drink beer, wine. There is at least one hackathon per year, and during 3 days of hackathon. A lot of food are provided.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – May 29, 2018
No management organization. The leads are rude when asking for assistance. You are held accountable for information you have not received. RUN from this job!!! Or better yet, save your energy and apply for a job that treats you with dignity and respect.
Lacking Clear Strategy - Non Productive and Directionless
critical thinker (Former Employee) – Westlake Village, CA – May 7, 2018
This company is going nowhere... hey are struggling with the easy stuff.. Which is basically, to build a forward looking direction that involves innovation and then cascading that down to the people that are going to accomplish that goal..
To many long term employee in mid and upper mid level that are just hanging out collecting a check..
That leaves the good "newer" employees to not see the future and thus leave..
Recently they started offering more money to incoming employees just to attract them.. But things wont change within the culture so the smart people leave.. .
if free food every once in a while is a pro
lack of structure towards a goal that will help the company survive
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – March 20, 2018
Horrible management and typical dead end call center job. They play favorites and has a "click" society. Poor pay and horrible HR dept. If you need medical leave, your job wont be there when you get back then they will create an attendance issue with you and fire you, its BS. They rip realtors off by selling them products with no set parameters with the hope you get 40 leads a year but not guaranteed. Systems suck as realtor listings disappear without explanation and you are left up to apologize but never blame the MLS for the problem, so the CSR has to lie to the realtor. Run from this place unless you want a dead end job.
Manager (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – February 28, 2018
Hit a ceiling and need to move on. They also do not pay well. You do not get basic holidays off - not a Silicon Valley type workplace - have a lot of work to do to get good candidates to want to work there.
RealTor (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – February 12, 2018
just not understanding the work assignment and lack of training lets me know its time for something new. A place of growth is what im looking for in my work with positive vibes it makes it easier to come to work and make it enjoyable
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – December 5, 2017
Realtor.com is a fantastic place to work. Great upper managment and training/development. Uncapped earning potential and growth. I highly recommend this to any individual who is willing to work hard and grow everyday!
Sales and Marketing Coordinator (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 24, 2017
The people are amazing. The product is a far second to Zillow but they are trying! The office is very nice in New York with top security. The company was purchased by News Corp which has upsides and downsides.
Software Engineer II (Current Employee) – British Columbia – August 5, 2017
There are great initiatives to work on at the company. Company is constantly growing. Management is constantly improving to be better. Work culture is great. Smart people, great teammates to work with. The only downside is long hours during crunch times.