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7 days ago

Acquisitions Analyst

Waypoint Homes Tampa, FL

The Analyst assists in the investment of single family properties in order to meet fund capital deployment requirements. This position develops an… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Leasing Specialist

Waypoint Homes Tampa, FL

• Completes a minimum of 15 property shows per week • Achieves a minimum of 12 net leases per month • Fulfills quarterly company customer… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Construction Superintendent

Waypoint Homes Tampa, FL

Based in Oakland, CA, Waypoint Homes is Reinventing Renting by providing quality homes, great customer service, and rewarding leases that offer… Glassdoor


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    Terrible experience.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Tampa, FL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tampa, FL

    I worked at Waypoint Homes full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    You will gain invaluable knowledge about the real estate industry.

    Cons

    Waypoint offers a hostile and demanding work environment with pay scales below industry standards. Management sets goals that are difficult to achieve, but offers no rewards for meeting them - only a new set of even more challenging objectives. I could describe many instances in which employees were not treated fairly or with proper respect. If you take a job at Waypoint, go in with your eyes wide open. You can expect frequently changing objectives that seem to be based on management whim rather than on sound corporate planning. It is not an employee-friendly environment. The company is a prime example of the greedy and self-serving management practices currently found in too many American companies.

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    Management doesn't take advice. They also prefer to hire their friends from outside the company as opposed to promoting from within the firm.

    During a regional meeting, an executive once said "We're hard on you, but remember, we love you", and then cut salaries 30%.

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