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2 days ago
I am 2 months into my new position at Rose Associates as a leasing agent and I hate it. I worked at my last property management company as a leasing agent and did considerably well. At Rose Associates, I haven’t received any formal training on their CRM and procedures. My property has tons of vacancies due to it being very outdated and unorganized. I feel like I made the biggest mistake in my career, what do I do next?
2 days ago
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I am a new agent meeting with my brokers today and wanting to bring up doing property management as well in 2024. I would like to help people manage their short term rentals since I live in a college town. How should I bring this up to my brokers? Also what should I ask or find out?
4 days ago
I recently received a Job offer. I accepted it verbally in order for them to send me the official offer letter.It does match everything they described to me (based on salary, sign on bonus, & relocation assistance.) However the question I have is should i attempt to negotiate for a higher base salary? When speaking to my parents about it they told me that the time for negotiation is over as I accepted the offer as it stands and they sent it to me.
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The recruitment process was great. Everything moved quickly and I was given regular updates and quick feedback. Since starting, my team have been very welcoming and willing to help. I was given time to settle in and familiarise myself with the codebase before getting stuck in. My manager is clearly keen for the team to be happy and successful. Company 'Culture' isn't force-fed. It's obvious that employee wellbeing is a priority to the company, and they seem to recognise that wellbeing looks different for different people.
Nothing that isn't already being worked on. My particular team is fairly new so we're getting our bearings and working on our ideal processes.
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I applied online. I interviewed at iamproperty (United Kingdom) in Jan 2023
InterviewQuick and easy very friendly, fast to respond to questions and provided lots of info on company culture and working environment. I was not given an offer but was a positive experience and have come away with a good view of the company as a whole.Interview
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