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30+ days ago

Residential Architect

NVR Frederick, MD

This individual will be involved in the design process for new homes as well as support for our current portfolio of designs. It is the intent for… Beyond.com


19 days ago

Lead .Net Developer

NVR Frederick, MD

Lead .Net Developer Do you have a passion for programming as well as a passion for people? NVR, Inc. (parent to Ryan Homes, NVHomes, Heartland… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Architectural CAD Operator

NVR Frederick, MD

-Developing highly detailed and accurate architectural construction documents using industry leading software -Consulting with Structural and… Beyond.com


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    Former Employee - Senior Loan Officer in Frederick, MD
    Former Employee - Senior Loan Officer in Frederick, MD

    I worked at NVR

    Pros

    Discounts if buying a home. Great insight in to construction practices, processes and pitfalls. Lots of talented people, lots of people in general and lots of energy at first. Nice offices, nice staff, nice bosses - lots of nice. Allowed to be independent, follow true best course and encouraged to be honest, straightforward and ethical.

    Cons

    But... pay stinks comparably, way over-worked, high stress, good ideas quashed if it might upset the status quo or the builder, only way to earn enough money to live was to fight with fellow employees for loans, or find ways to get loans done even if they maybe should not get done. Builder ruled the world, even though they poisened it in the first place by forcing things through rather than stepping back and considering the best possible outcome. Only cared about their desired outcome.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Laying off your most talented people might be the way to end debates, questions and discussions within the offices when bad ideas were put in to practice, but it is destroys customer service and leaves you with the workers who just do the job and don't go the extra mile. Originality and capability should be rewarded, not punished.

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