Leasing Admin Assistant (Current Employee), New York, NY – November 6, 2014
Pros: team outings
Cons: insurance not great
My typical day at work is taking residents phone calls, reviewing their ledgers, processing move outs and final account statements. I work with a team of great people who is willing to give all the support you need. The hardest part of my job is dealing with difficult residents and the most enjoyable part of my job is hearing my residents say "thank – more... you". – less
Clerk I (Current Employee), St. Louis, MO – October 29, 2014
Pros: love working with the elderly
Cons: can only work 35 hours a week
Working at Aimco is exciting and fast pace. Working here has taught me to be patient and caring to older community. Just talking with some of the resident and have learned a lot that will help me to handle certain things with my old aunt that I take care. Learning about all the program and guidelines that are out there to help our community.
LEASING CONSULTANT (Former Employee), Miami, FL – September 25, 2014
Pros: meet people for future endeavors
Cons: management, bullying, back stabbing.
Worked for 3 years with AIMCO, Worst management ever, It is like been back in high school with the gossiping, finger pointing and Bullying that Management will always tolerate because they don't want any "Drama"...RPM thinks He is on charge but he is the joke of the Property when he leaves, from the General Manager to the Receptionist will make fun – more... of him and if you are not part of it problems will start. Management will tolerate all type of behaviors from Leasing Agents. – less
National REIT with and extensive and growing portfolio
Community/Property Manager (Former Employee), New York, NY – September 10, 2014
Pros: constantly growing portfolio
Cons: failure to understand the ny market
I began my work at AIMCO as a leasing specialist but, was soon discovered to be well suited as a property manger for their newly acquired Harlem portfolio. This project consisted of taking old, run down, low income housing apartments and turning them into market rate units. I learned a lot about the rehabilitation process of existing units as a result – more... and worked closely with the construction department. I had a great working relationship with my co-workers and was consulted on the rehab work from a management perspective. The most difficult part of the job was that this was a neighborhood in transition. It wasn't always safe the existing tenants weren't welcoming to new management. The most enjoyable aspect of the job was making a significant contribution to the changing landscape of the area. – less
Service Manager (Former Employee), Oak Park, IL – July 29, 2014
Cons: cut backs
Typical day I walk the property. Tell the janitors what we need to do for the day, talk to associates about we need to do for daily and a sign weekly projects. Meet with the Property manager talk about what they need to get done daily, talk about our expenses and how to bring in revinue, manage service request to make sure they are not over due. Manage – more... make ready truns, to make sure they we complete them in seven days, manage and schedule vendors to make sure we meet daily goals, complete computer task , outlook onesite, time keeping. Repair all mechanical equipment, respond to all janitorial and maintenance challenges that happen, make all operation orders – less
Corporate (Current Employee), Denver, CO – July 17, 2014
Pros: fun events
Cons: terrible pay and benefits, poor management, little advancement
This is just an okay company to work for. They tell you it is a jungle-gym for career growth, but most people that you will talk to will tell you that's a lie. The pay and benefits are not good. A new culture was rolled out, but not everyone believes it. Coworkers are nice, for the most part. There is a great program where they have events that are – more... really enjoyable. Also, they have a great philanthropic program, which has great activities to participate in. – less
N/A (Current Employee), Washington, DC – July 16, 2014
Pros: weight-loss due to stress
Cons: overworked/underpaid/under appreciated
By far one of the worst companies I have worked for. The managers are NEVER around but LOVE to bark orders to you through email. They don't train their employees efficiently, resulting in angry/disgruntled residents. You are required to do all this work but only given 35 hours a week to do so. The pay is terrible, and the commission is lowered every – more... year. The only people paid well are leasing consultants who are required to do absolutely NOTHING but sell a dream through model apartments. Meanwhile, the people who actually do work get to leave the office overwhelmed and saggy eyed.
STAY AWAY FROM THIS COMPANY IF YOU HAVE ANY SELF RESPECT!!!!!! – less
Leasing consultant (Former Employee), Philadelphia pa – June 4, 2014
Pros: the residents
Working under the new resident relation manager is absolutely the worst, she's is an under qualified employee that pushes her work off to her staff. The management there is by far the worst to work under.