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16 days ago


Seldin Company Omaha, NE

2) Lead or assist with market analysis, underwriting and executive summaries for investments being recommended. 3) Sources and/or evaluates… ClickCast

16 days ago

Acquisition Associate

Seldin Company Omaha, NE

include deal sourcing, modeling/ pro forma / forecasting, financial analysis, investor summaries, budgeting, and due diligence activities on targeted… ClickCast

8 days ago

Budget Manager/Financial Analyst

Seldin Company Omaha, NE

The Budget Manager/Financial Analyst is responsible for providing executive and senior leadership with financial analysis and forecasting data for… ClickCast

11 days ago

PT Community Leasing Specialist

Seldin Company Omaha, NE

This is for The Corvina apartment community in downtown Omaha, Nebraksa - a new conventional property with 125 units. This position will work… ClickCast

16 days ago

PT Leasing Specialist

Seldin International Omaha, NE

Situated in the Heart of America, Seldin headquarters is located in Omaha, Nebraska and operates in seven states. Seldin Company specializes in… ClickCast

17 days ago

Associate Asset Manager

Seldin Company Omaha, NE

2) Provide ongoing investment analysis support through the use of Excel and the periodic use of ARGUS. 3) Work closely with property managers… ClickCast

20 days ago

Community Leasing Specialist

Seldin Company Omaha, NE +2 locations

This position will lease apartments in Omaha, Nebraska for three of our conventional properties. Weekends hours are required. If you love meeting… ClickCast

20 days ago

Community Business Manager

Seldin Company Omaha, NE +3 locations

Situated in the Heart of America, Seldin headquarters is located in Omaha, Nebraska and operates in seven states. Seldin Company specializes in… ClickCast

11 days ago

Construction Manager

Seldin Company Omaha, NE

• Review and assist in the preparation of job specifications. • Review and evaluate construction contracts, bids and… ClickCast

28 days ago

Human Resources Director

Seldin Company Omaha, NE

• Career Growth We invest in our employees! One of our core values is to provide each employee the opportunity to excel… ClickCast

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    Current Employee - Assistant Property Manager in Omaha, NE
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    Seldin company is planning to expand a great amount over the next 10 years, which is great for those employees who wish to work their way up in the company. Seldin also offers great 401K benefits and they will currently match at 6%. It has shown to be one of the better property management companies to work for in the Omaha area. There are consistent employee reviews that take place which can offer decently generous raises if performance standards are met. Property management will always be a pretty lucrative business since apartment complexes and commercial buildings will always exist.


    Each property location has a very small team, and if there are ever personality conflicts, it can create a very stressful and draining work atmosphere. Many employees are very hesitant to approach upper management about these issues in the fear of being catty or looked at as unable to work in a changing atmosphere. Those who apply for property-level positions should be very strong-willed and able to acclimate to many different personalities and management styles. Employees at the property level, including property managers, assistant managers, and leasing specialists are typically overwhelmed because of lack of proper training and excess workload. The company's current standard is 1 employee for every 100 units, and depending on the clientele of the property, that can be a very minimal standard. Employees becoming overwhelmed and too busy can turn into a disagreeable and unprofessional environment. Rents are being consistently increased despite the fact that the housing market is doing considerably well. Many residents leaving my apartment community are purchasing houses since their mortgage payment is comparable to their current apartment rent. The rent at my current property is consistently being increased above the competition, which makes it difficult for those at the property level to maintain higher occupancy. One of the thought-processes of the company entails: "If you're that good of a sales person, you can lease any apartment at any price. It's all about confidence." This statement can be true, however, it usually does not make sense as most of the competition has comparable rents and their occupancy is consistently below 95%. The current and successful business model of most companies is to offer a decent, good quality product at a competitive price. Resident retention is what makes property management money, not increasing rents and making it difficult to fill those units.

    Advice to Management

    Depending on size and clientele, properties should have 1 employee for every 100 units plus a part-time leasing specialist. This would enable the management personnel to fulfill their job descriptions to a fuller extent. Being better staffed prevents employees from getting overwhelmed and also prevents employees from breaking down and becoming unprofessional. Property managers should not jump to conclusions; allow the employees below you to defend themselves. Keep rents just below the competition to drive up prospect traffic. Even if a resident moves into the property on a generous lease special, do not increase the rent dramatically at renewal. Regional supervisors and those at the corporate level should visit properties on a regular basis regardless of their current occupancy levels. Everyone in management positions should be given in-depth training on interpersonal communication and stress management.

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