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Village Green Overview

Southfield, MI
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
Real Estate
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Greystar, Gables Residential, Bozzuto
Village Green is one of the nation's top-rated property management companies, recognized for its' dedication to resident satisfaction and commitment to customer service. As seven-time winners of the National Multifamily Customer Service Award ... Read more

Mission: To deliver authentic experiences in the moment that lead to stories people want to share.

Village Green Reviews

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Diane Batayeh
126 Ratings
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    I worked at Village Green full-time (More than 5 years)


    Fun place to work and grow, great team atmosphere.


    Some time hours can be long and there is pressure to secure rentals

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Village Green Interviews



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    Assistant Property Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Village Green.


    I applied for an open position advertised for a property less than 5 miles from my home. The corporate office called for a phone interview within 1-2 days. Went very well.

    Scheduled a subsequent face to face interview at a property 20 miles away. At first I was confused, but then I figured it may be another property manager interviewing for the property that was advertised.

    When I arrived, it seemed that no one was aware of who I was and that an interview had been scheduled. It was confusing. That interview went well. It was explained that the APM at this property took the advertised position and now this property was available. Ok. I felt a little deceived, but I could fit in at this property. No problem.

    A second interview with the area director was scheduled. The office was 40 miles from my house, downtown. No parking instructions were given to me. I had to park 3 blocks away on the street where a shooting had occurred earlier that morning. I did not have a good feeling about this.

    I arrived at the front desk and announced my appointment. After 10 minutes the receptionist took me to another building in the back. I was told to wait in the conference room. I could hear loud music blaring from another room in the building. It was a strange situation.

    Finally, the woman came in. My first impression was that she was cold and no personality. She was definitely a "down to business, no small talk" kind of person. She asked about difficult tenants and how I would handle them. She asked about time management and prioritizing. She told me she had been off for 4 days and this was her first day back and there were 1,000 emails waiting for her and my interview scheduled on top of that, then she asked how I would handle that.

    After everything, she informed me that there really wasn't a position available. They were back interviewing because the guy in "said position" is looking to transfer to Chicago, but that hasn't happened yet.

    Hmm... When I applied for the position, the advertised job was 5 miles from my house and I needed something immediately. Not a back interview!! I made up my mind right there that I would not work for this company. If the interview process is this messed up, I can't imagine how the job would be.

    Funny thing is, the next day I received the standard corporate HR email that "another candidate had been selected for the applied position." Good!

    What a confused, messed up company!

    Interview Questions

    • Two people at the property you are applying for have big personalities. How do you think you will fit in with these big personalities?   1 Answer
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Village Green Awards & Accolades

  • National Customer Service Award for Excellence, CEL & Associates, Inc., 2012
  • National Resident Satisfaction Award, CEL & Associates, Inc., 2009
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