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Wasatch Property Management Overview

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Logan, UT
501 to 1000 employees
1988
Company - Private
Real Estate
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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Wasatch Property Management (WPM) was founded in 1988 by Dell Loy Hansen. WPM currently manages over 66 apartment communities with about 16,000 units across five western states - California, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and Washington. Properties range in size from 40 units to ... Read more

Mission: WASATCH PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FOCUSES ON

Identifying and acquiring undervalued multifamily apartment properties;

Adding value to our properties through improved operational efficiencies, remodeling and rehabilitation to create communities ... Read more

Wasatch Property Management Reviews

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    Current Employee - Leasing Professional in Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Leasing Professional in Salt Lake City, UT
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    I have been working at Wasatch Property Management full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Wasatch is constantly expanding, so there is always room to grow in the company. I have only worked for the company for less than a year and have had so many great opportunities available to me. They care a lot about continuing education and often conduct peer classes where you can get together with people from different properties to share good ideas and best practices. The upper management does on-site visits often and always make an effort to greet those of us in the office regardless of how low the position. Overall, Wasatch is a good company that cares!

    Cons

    While they do have a full benefits package, it is relatively expensive compared to companies I have been a part of in the past. Of course, the longer that you are an employee of the company, the less you have to contribute per paycheck.

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Wasatch Property Management Interviews

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    Property Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Salt Lake City, UT
    Accepted Offer
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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Wasatch Property Management (Salt Lake City, UT) in June 2017.

    Interview

    The entire process was super easy. After sending in my resume, I was called right away and had a wonderful chat with a representative, who was very friendly - just getting to know me and covering off on the company, it's history, and about the available position. I was asked to come in to speak in person the next day which I was very excited for. The in-person interview was very friendly as well. They were highly interested in getting to know me, my history and my experiences. They gave me plenty of time to share any thoughts or questions I had and responded very honestly and openly, making sure I understood their points in an easy way. The entire process was very 'human' and didn't feel at all like a corporate screening or interview. Everyone was extremely nice, friendly and helpful, and created a good space for us to chat. They followed up with emails to guide me along the process after the first interview, and kept the door open if I had any questions along the way. I followed up a few days later with a 2nd in-person interview and again, it was very friendly and didn't feel intimidating at all. I was given the space to speak freely about myself and my experiences and they asked questions that allowed us to have a conversation instead of simply answering before moving on to the next question. They listened and answered all of my questions and we even laughed a lot. It was probably the best interview process I've ever had with a company.

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