Supervisor, Customer Care (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – September 23, 2018
The director of operations for customer care is an exceptional leader. There is a high emphasis on coaching and developing employees. Our department strives to ensure employees are engaged, and we work to develop relationships with other departments.
Good People - Poor management with lack of direction
Sr. Business Development Associate (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – August 31, 2018
Great people to work with and product with potential. Unfortunately management made promises that were never delivered and would constantly change strategies without giving time for current approaches to work.
MANAGER (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – April 9, 2018
Most enjoyable part of the job was the autonomy. Hardest part was the uncertainty regarding corporate staffing and restructuring. The workplace tries to emulate a Silicon Valley startup, but they still have old-school Orange County roots.
Director of Business Development (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – April 3, 2018
Upper management did not truly understand Commercial Real Estate they understood residential but not the Commercial side. Work place culture: wonderful Learn Sales Force and other Technology Hardest part of the job: Buyers going around Ten-x to not pay our commission for the asset. Most enjoyable part of the job: Selling to the brokers and sellers of assets.
Excellent Coworkers, But Low Chance of Advancement
Research Analyst (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 16, 2018
The company was excellent to work for and provided a competitive salary and great benefits. Employees get to work with some of the top minds in real estate in a tech company/real estate company atmosphere. The only drawback was the lack of advancement possibility
Director, Business Development (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – February 13, 2018
Management doesn't know what they're doing and kill the morale in the office that they spend a lot of money on trying to build. Zero job security - you could walk in any day and get a raise or get fired. You never know.
Senior Technical Recruiter (Virtual) (Current Employee) – San Mateo, CA – January 11, 2018
Company is in "flux" post acquisition. Hard to understand what the direction is going to be in the next 1-3 years. Compensation is low and the benefits whilst okay are really not enough to compensate for the lack of Cash Comp and Stock (there is no stock)
post acquisition management communication is less than satisfactory
SR. SALESFORCE ADMINISTRATOR (Current Employee) – Belmont, CA – January 10, 2018
Ten-X is constantly in a state of flux. Even though it's been around longer than the standard start-up it still has a start-up feel. The benefits and compensation are excellent; however, the work-life balance is almost non-existent.
Director (Current Employee) – Remote – October 12, 2017
My experience at Ten-X has been filled working with some of the best people in my career doing innovative, thoughtful work.
Pros: - Great, evolving culture. There are many companies out there with a fixed culture. At Ten-X, the company has been on a journey to evolve - becoming more open, transparent and people-centric. My experience has been overwhelmingly positive. The people are very open to helping one another and in my group, the politics and backstabbing I've seen at other companies is non-existent. - Strong profitable business that is positioned well to disrupt a $2T market. - There seems to be a lot of opportunity for growth but this varies based on role and location. - Very good benefits. Ten-X's medical coverage is the best I've had (and I've worked for top Fortune 100 tech companies). They have all of the other standard offerings including unlimited PTO.
Cons: The company recently got acquired by a private equity company. The deal shows great confidence in the company's long-term potential but as with any acquisition, there's a period of uncertainly.
Great evolving culture, opportunity for growth, amazing people and good benefits.
Recent acquisition means some uncertainty while things are being figured out.
Field employees are completely forgotten about by corporate
Trustee Auction Manager (Current Employee) – North Carolina – July 16, 2017
Being a Trustee Auction Manager in North Carolina used to be a great job. In the past they would pay us a minimum of 4 hours for conducting an auction. This seemed very fair but at the beginning of 2017 they cut the 4 hours down to 2 hours. I am not sure that it is worth it to set aside your entire day and only be paid for 2 hours. Local management is awesome but the home office does not value the field employees. We are the first line of contact with customers and corporate does not place a value on us. They cut our pay this year and nickel and dime us with everything we do.
Not having to work in an office.
Setting aside your entire day and only be paid for 2 hours, only finalize our schedules a week in advance, and the auctions often cancel the day before in which case we are not paid.
Contract Corporate Recruiter (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – October 31, 2016
Ten-X is a young real estate services company with huge promise and potential. Wildly successful - consistently profitable with $300MM in GM in 2015 - the company is only 8 years old and still discovering all of its potential. Organizational leadership is very visionary and progressive, but lacks a foundation in real estate that causes a lack of foresight in potential outcomes of decisions. They possess a technology background, which their primary service to the real estate community is hugely dependent on.
I'd consider these growing pains. Believe the future is bright for Ten-X. Definitely an organization I would return to if asked.
Productive workplace filled with determined and encouraging people.
Corporate Finance Intern (Former Employee) – Belmont, CA – October 24, 2016
My time at Ten-X was a wonderful experience. A typical day at work for me as a finance intern included some seminars about different aspects of the company, meetings with my boss and his peers, and working on my assigned projects. I came out of my internship learning a lot about the company, the real estate industry as a whole, and the basics of financial modeling and financial forecasting. Everyone was very encouraging and helpful, yet everyone was determined to do the best job they could on their respective projects. The management team is filled with some of the most brilliant and visionary people I've met, and my boss was a fantastic mentor, teacher, and guide.
Free Lunch every MWF, Loaded snack rooms, ping pong and basketball courts