Real Estate Agent (Current Employee), Houston, TX – November 12, 2013
Pros: meeting and working with many different people.
Cons: not a steedy income.
Great work experience. Learned a lot about customer service and marketing. Lead generating and networking is a must. Learning different computer programs is a must. Multi tasking is important to perform the duties needed to be successful in this position. No assistance will be provided. You must be a self starter and self motivated.
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Kennesaw, GA – August 20, 2012
Over the past 3 years I listed Fannie Mae properties and as part of my responsibility I was in constant communicaton with Asset Managers regarding condition, pricing, marketing, etc. As of January 2012 I now list owner occupant re-sale properties and helping first time homebuyers and investors with their purchases. My daily duties include: Marketing – more... to new clients. Maintain relationships with past clients for future referrals. I am Self-Motivated as an independant contractor for Remax. Preparing market analysis to determine property values for buyers and sellers. Contract negotiations and helping with construction renovation cost analysis for investors.
In this market the most difficult part of my job is the ability to make a consistant living due to low inventory and deflated home values. The most enloyable part is meeting new people and helping them find their new home or investment property. In addition, I enjoy being involved in renovation/flipping properties. – less
Janitorial Services (Former Employee), Denver, CO – August 1, 2012
Pros: worked at night.
Cons: no health care.
I Would Clean Offices,Bathrooms,Floors, & Gathering All The Trash. I Learned Its Also Fun To Work Alone. My Manager Was Awsome She Really New How To Treat Her Worker & People. The Hardest Part Of My Job Was Gathering Recycling Bins, They Were So Hard To Lift. The Part I Enjoyed The Most Was Working Alone.
Town & Country Office Manager (Former Employee), Swartz Creek, MI – July 26, 2012
Pros: great people to work with
Multi-tasking is a must with multi-line phone system. Faxing, data entry and learning programs to be able to assist others when needed. Accounts Payable, Receivable, Payroll and billing where an everyday task.
Office Assistant (Former Employee), Memphis,TN – June 10, 2012
I would greet potential home buyers and educate them on propeties and different things we had to offer as a company. I learned alot about exterior or homes. The managment was awsome and my co workers were great. There wasnt anything hard about the job but i did enjoy meeting new people.
I was the admistrative assistant for 4 years and fired for no reason
Regional Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Monaca, PA – May 17, 2012
Pros: i loved my job.
Cons: i had none
I was an administrative assistant in the Monaca, PA office for 4 years, held "administrative assistant/first impression officer for a year. Ran not one office but also the Moon Township office which failed and they ended up closing.
I did nothing wrong but put out an email to the agents in my office regarding the fax machine and was literally screamed – more... at because it could cause panic???? Okay the fax machine was down agents, if you can get your clients to scan/email their items (technology people) or at least don't make a trip into the office.
I have all the paperwork and emails from my owner of the company and should have actually gotten an attorney for being "let go" for no apparent reason, just out of the blue after Christmas vacation.
I am a single mother of three kids depending on my income and I loved job and was blindsided.
A typical day at work was busy and you had to be able to multitask. I learned alot at the company because the real estate market is always a step ahead. My co-workers in my particular office were great. The hardest part of the job was learning a new accounting system and I enjoyed working at RE/MAX everyday because each day brought new beginnings. – less
What office was that? I was fired as a bookkeeper/manager at a Livonia office in April...
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Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Denver, CO – April 27, 2012
Pros: exercise facility
Cons: job security
At one time RE/MAX was one of the best companies in Denver to work for. It was difficult to get in because so many people wanted to work there. They provided a very asthetically pleasing and safe environment to work in and an exercise facility. Also offered a 9/80 schedule. Offered great benefits until the real estate crisis 2008/2009. Then the lay – more... offs came and the whole company started to change. The environment no longer felt comfortable and benefits began to decrease. I would now rate RE/MAX and average company to work for. – less
Cleaned Foreclosed homes (Former Employee), Alaska – March 29, 2012
Pros: worked at my own pace
Cons: it was very messy
Although I loved working for RE/Max, it just wasn't the job for me. even though it is an amazing company I knew what i was getting into when i applied. It was definitely a learning experience that i enjoyed
Broker/owner (Current Employee), Mobile, AL – March 5, 2012
I have been a broker/owner of a RE/MAX Partner in Mobile Alabama sine 2002 and I find the company strives to be forward thinking and offers tools to keep their agents and owners in touch with todays technology and market trends.
Team Leader/ Associate Broker (Former Employee), Norcross, Georgia – February 16, 2012
Pros: great company parties
Was and Independent contractor for Re/max for 10 years and loved the environment and broker owner. Re/max is one of the top Real estate companies worldwide. I enjoyed working for this company immensely!