Mission: We offer a hands-on approach with our investors to solidify their success in investing. Our agents are all fully-licensed and come with both professional and personal knowledge ~ as they too invest in real estate for their future! With over 30 years of combined experience, we ...
Best Places to Work: 2017 (#34)
I have been working at NetWorth Realty full-time (Less than a year)
The office is all together just a good environment to work in. Everyone here cares about what they do and wants to be here. The owners are great and your managers are always there to help you with anything you may need.
The one thing that may be a con for some but is actually a pro for me is that you can not be delicate and work here. Everyone is super nice but there are a lot of different personalities in one office and there may be friction at some point. You must be able to get past this.
I applied online. I interviewed at NetWorth Realty (Phoenix, AZ).
A recruiter from out of state set up a phone interview with me. After completing the phone interview, I was offered a face to face interview. The in office interview was the most underwhelming experience I've had since entering the real estate world. Expectations were unmet because the managing broker did not show up to the interview. The man who interviewed me had lackluster energy and a bias towards women. I knew Networth Realty would not be a good fit a couple minutes into the interview, but I especially knew when the interviewer told me there were not any women working in the office "except for the front desk help".
My above story came as a surprise to me because the Glassdoor reviews and the interactions from the Networth Realty owner on Bigger Pockets is so stellar. Maybe this interview was a fluke or divine intervention making sure I stay far far away.
ps~ This is my first ever review on Glassdoor. Wishing it was a positive one rather than negative.
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