Associated Estates Realty
Associated Estates – Bethesda, MD
This position is responsible for ensuring that the physical aspects of the property meet the company's established standards and any applicable laws… CareerBuilder
Associated Estates – Ashburn, VA
The Leasing Consultant is responsible for the performance of all activities related to apartment rentals, move-ins and lease renewals interacting… CareerBuilder
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I have been working at Associated Estates Realty full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Pay is based on experience. Bonuses if achieved are good. Training is conducted but minimal. Access to the company reports on a quarterly basis via the CEO on a webcam. Encouraged to ask questions regarding the future of the company's portfolio and sales. Gives back to the community with fund raisers.Cons
Training is conducted but very limited. You are encouraged to ask questions later on if assistance is needed but frowned upon if you do. Not fully trained in all aspects of your position but expected to know everything. Immediate supervisors are not as forthcoming with their time and instruction as led to believe. Mentor program that is set up is limited on what they will assist you with and their time. Approximately 1 hour a week is encouraged to discuss via phone any questions that you have with your mentor but more often than not your told that you should have been trained on that and to seek out the information.
Implements new software without fully understanding its use. Relies heavily on the communities to work out the bugs. Corporate is lax at getting back to you regarding questions that are time sensitive.
Health care cost with this company is outrageous!
It's not so much as what you know that get's you promoted, it's who you know and who likes you. A personality game.Advice to ManagementAdvice
When you schedule a time to be with your staff, stay off the cell phone. Give your attention to the person(s) in the room. Allow for more than 20 minutes a month.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO