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I have been working at TRELORA full-time (More than a year)
Trelora is all around a pretty good place to work. In looking at some of the other reviews, the culture must vary a bit based on location. My team is pretty diverse and pretty much all of the managers in my location are female, which is empowering to see! The office is in a pretty cool location, but everywhere around it is expensive, so getting lunch out is hard to afford to do often. Probably the best thing about being here is getting to have a long lasting impact on the people who buy or sell their home with Trelora. It feels good to have clients get excited about having a good experience and saving a ton of money, especially with how crazy expensive houses can be. The day to day work is fun enough, but its the teammates and camaraderie that make it a place I'm happy to be
It seems like because Trelora is so focused on charging people less money, there is also less money for employees. Part of the reason to be at Trelora is to help save people money, but it means that I'm making less than some other agents would but at least I get benefits and PTO which I have not gotten at other places. Also when it is really busy, especially at the peak of summer it can get really hard to manage the workload and still have a life. If you are fan of being outside in the summer, this is not a good fit.
Advice to Management
Move on from bad apples more quickly. It's pretty clear that a poor manager caused a lot of people to quit. Its good the manager was fired, but it's been hard to lose people in other locations that were nice.
I applied online. I interviewed at TRELORA (Denver, CO) in April 2021.
Initial 30 minute phone interview with future supervisor, then assigned a marketing project to work on. The project was to spend 2 - 4 hrs reviewing their marketing efforts and describing ways they can improve. In addition, you must come up with your own marketing campaign to present to the team. I spent about 6+ hrs on this (who can do all of that in just 2 hrs and expect to win a job offer?). After the panel interview presenting my project, I was told they would get back to me either way by the end of the week. Well, that came and went. I reached out about a week later and was told I didn't get it. Ridiculous that they couldn't find the time to tell me without me reaching out, after all the effort I put forth.
Also, half of the team was brand new and the overall vibe seemed very lackluster.
I spent about 6 hours on this marketing plan project.