Pulte Homes – Irving, TX
• Expedite and prioritize resource schedules Maintain schedule templates for the division • Provide real-time support to the field for… CareerBuilder
Pulte Homes – Naples, FL
• Greet and direct visitors to model homes and/or to office • Maintain sales center appearance • Distribute current price lists to guests… CareerBuilder
Pulte Homes – Atlanta, GA
• Manage multiple large Multi-Family commercial construction projects simultaneously. • Manage multiple teams, ensuring financial discipline… CareerBuilder
Pulte Homes – Denver, CO
• Recruits, hires, develops and manages the team. The manager also participates in the training of all… CareerBuilder
Pulte Homes – Dallas, TX
• Manage project budget, schedule, cash flow and development trades in accordance with Division goals • Coordinate with municipalities and other… CareerBuilder
Pulte Homes – Charlotte, NC
Primary responsibility for completing sales training, and learning the necessary skills to become a Sales Associate (minimum training period of… CareerBuilder
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I worked at Pulte Homes full-time (More than a year)
Pulte has great benefits and builds a great product in great markets/areas. I learned a lot in my position as a Sales Consultant. I never felt micromanaged and was provided the tools I needed to perform my job including a laptop and cell phone allowance. Also had additional bonus opportunities depending on market conditions. I learned more about real estate than I ever did in general brokerage real estate. It is really rewarding and fun to help customers design their homes. You also get to design inventory homes which I really enjoyed!
I was in a smaller market in which there was a lot of obvious favoritism from my Sales Manager to the Sales Consultants. This may have changed by now but the on site training wasn't very structured so it took a long time to learn all of the options and floorplans. I understand a sales process is very important but product knowledge is key to being able to accurately assist your customers and avoid mistakes. Also the agent responsible for training me did not/would not train me and tried to me get and every agent they trained prior to me fired. But that is I think the result of being in a smaller market and very case specific - not a reflection on the company itself. But the Sales Manager was aware of the behavior and did nothing about it because this person was a favorite. I think it is a good company but that did leave a bad taste in my mouth unfortunately. Also just part of being in homebuilding but you work every weekend with two days off during the week so the schedule became hard for me to have a social life. Also spent a lot of money on gas because you use your vehicle to show prospects around the community and to check on homes in the neighborhood. If you are in a smaller market and want to grow with the company - it's harder because no one leaves their jobs!
Advice to Management
More accountability if onsite agents are responsible for training new hires. Please take note if any favoritism is happening in your market - and put a stop to it.