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Barry G. Conner
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  • Loved working at The Home Place--my last year was longer ago than I was allowed to select

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    Former Employee - Sales in Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Sales in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at America's Home Place full-time (More than 3 years)

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    If you are a building consultant in a good market, you can do relatively well financially. However, the pay per unit is nowhere near what many other national builders pay. I was treated like a rock star by regional management, until the economy started to falter. So I left. And in the end, so did he. Otherwise, good people and a sincere desire to treat people by the Golden Rule. Barry means well and he's a good man...he can't be everything to everybody in a day. Beautiful model homes. Good product in my region.


    I see on many of these reviews, that their are too many chiefs. I can see that things haven't changed. I'm unsure if AHP still does this, but when I was with the company, there was always some new "program" that upper management had drank the Kool-Aid and believed in: a book, a training program, some guru, etc. I used to call it the "management style of the year." To succeed in sales with AHP, it is best to just ignore that mess and keep concentrating on SELLING! I feel that the construction supers were often "used up" by upper management in busy offices. I also feel that production employees were often envious of sales incomes.

    Advice to Management

    Update the platform on the construction side to free superintendents up to do their jobs. Pay for sales team should be better vs other builders. I know what your profit margins were.....salespeople should be paid at least what a real estate agent would make to represent a buyer's side of a deal!!

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    Building Consultant Interview

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    I applied online. The process took 3 daysinterviewed at America's Home Place.


    Interview #1 was one-on one with General Manager which lasted about 15 minutes. Interview #2 was a group interview with 5-10 other applicants. It started at 9AM and lasted until 3PM. Interview #3 started at 9AM and lasted until about 3PM.

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    • The interview was led by a professional sales trainer with a PhD in Psychology that works as a contractor with the company.   Answer Question

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Headquarters Gainesville, GA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1972
Type Company - Private
Industry Construction, Repair & Maintenance
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

America's Home Place builds custom homes on its customers' land. The company builds single-family, detached houses with more than 100 custom floor plans and designs. Its two- to five-bedroom cabin, chalet, ranch, two-story, and split-level houses range in price from about $80,000 to more than $300,000. Sizes start at about 900 sq. ft. and go up to to 4,000 sq. ft. America's Home Place operates nearly 40 home building and model centers in the southeastern US. Buyers typically already own their land, from a single lot to many acres. The company also assists buyers who are... More

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