Mission: The Matrix Mission: Creating exceptional experiences for the people who live with us, work with us and invest with us.
We work tirelessly to achieve our clients’ goals. We also believe in providing the best possible lifestyles for the people who reside in the communities we manage. Our dynamic, hands-on culture encourages responsibility on every level of our firm. We see both the Big Picture and the smallest details.
We don’t know everything, but what we do know is how important it is to keep learning. We constantly train our people and are committed to participating in our industry associations to share and expand our knowledge.
We also believe in helping the areas in which we work and live, by volunteering and supporting local causes.
Plus, Matrix Residential is the wholly-owned subsidiary of Pollack Shores Real Estate Group. Our executive team has over 100 years combined experience in every aspect of multifamily real estate. That’s pretty hard to beat.
It’s more than a job. It’s a lot more than real estate. It’s a life. And giving back to the communities where we live and work is one of the most important – and gratifying – things we do.
In every city where we do business, we choose and support community service projects that enrich the neighborhood as a whole.
Matrix values top talent, highly motivated individuals seeking successful careers within an organization standing behind its employees and committed to their vision, growth and the ability to make a difference.
I have been working at Matrix Residential full-time (Less than a year)
Matrix has a great company culture. There is a lot of opportunity for growth within the company and Matrix is big about promoting from within. I think they are an excellent company to work for.
Insurance premiums are a little high, but they do offer good benefits overall.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Matrix Residential (Tampa, FL) in October 2015.
I first had a phone interview and was invited to come in person. I met with someone from the home office and the interview seemed to go really well. There was a lot of information given and SEVERAL generic interview questions asked. At the end I was told she wanted me to come back to meet I believe a property manager the following week and she would call to set that up. I never received that call, instead an email stating I was not chosen for the position.I really had my hopes up.