Property and Project Consultant (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 20 June 2017
The culture is amazing and I learned to work independently and also as part of a team with people of different knowledge and background.The most enjoyable thing is being able to help the business to continue to grow and learning something new each day.
Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Mississauga – 22 June 2015
*Handle back office and paper work to maintain the files. *Daily work through MLS like searches and send emails to the clients, save the prospects and Accounts information. *Upload and modify new listings and status change. *Handle Phone Calls, appointments and enquiries. *Online advertisement on face book page, kijiji.com, linkedin.com, Twitter.com, Craigslist.com Backpage.com and Website. Handle all Easy offer Jobs.
Co-op position at ReMax West Realty (Former Employee) – west rouge – 17 June 2015
A typical day at ReMax would be to interact with clients assisting them in what they needed and worked reception. It helped me gain experience in how to work in a office environment and gave me insight on the real estate market.
Administrative Assistant - advancement (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 7 April 2015
A typical day at work can be pretty quiet as I work by myself in an office. Was a big adjustment to work in these conditions. I enjoy working and meeting new people so I have to say that is one thing I miss the most going in to work every day.
Spring/summer is busy time as winter is quite slow, market gets quiet in the colder months. I enjoy having work to do all year round, so it makes it challenging in the winter time to feel productive.
The hardest part of my job is trying to teach myself the duties and role of the position. Trying to find a sense of direction and to be properly trained for the position.
I enjoy learning new things.
Sometimes working alone can be okay - used to it and capable of doing so
Conveyancing (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 26 February 2015
I wouldn't work for these people if my life depended on it. I was no happy going to work, the boss I had was not at all what I had in mind for a boss. I ended up leaving and never returning from that position, best decision I've made.
GRAPHIC DESIGNER; PERSONAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 23 February 2015
Greet by phone, in person or through electronic media. Assists in flyers, advertisement adjustments, maintaining the website, creates and files documents or powerpoints and excel. Operates office equipment such as printers, copy machines, fax machines. Prepares and maintains reports or records. Cleaning office and running small (walkable) errands.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – whitby On – 2 February 2015
It is always a great pleasure to finding an appropriate home for buyers and to assist sellers to sell their home at the best possible value .Providing full service (advertising, negotiations, documentation…etc.) to both buyers and
Bookkeeper (Former Employee) – Penticton, BC – 5 January 2015
Typical day was being very focused on the job at hand. Certain days had bookkeeping duties and requirements that are time sensitive including GST reporting, Payroll reporting and there is no room for error.
Working in a real estate office is very busy and there is always something going on which makes for an interesting upbeat atmosphere.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 December 2014
A typical day at work would be heading to my work place early mornings and than be assigned tasks which I would have to complete within a certain amount of time, such as paperwork, receiving phone calls, etc.. I learned how to polish my communication skills in this environment and got along with everyone around me such as the receptionists at the front desk. The hardest part of the job was finding certain things on the computer for paperwork and the most enjoyable part was receiving calls and booking appointments.
Courtier immobilier et Barmaid (Current Employee) – Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC – 1 December 2014
C'est un métier merveilleux , pas évident la première année. Pour être courtier immobilier, il faut avoir les reins solide. Faire son nom se trouver une clientèle.être très persévérant. Heure flexible, or, investir beaucoup de temps dans le métier.
Broker/Owner (Former Employee) – High Level, AB – 7 November 2014
Very good in responding to your concerns and come to see how things where going and to give helpful suggestion and tips with new realtors and very good education and up grading for helping the Real Estate Brokerage
Always had information that was required and needed, also felt that because I was a small company I was given the support at all times that was needed
Had to pay for everything, the franchise fees where to high for a small company, the area did not require more realtors but they wanted more realtors to be working here, this is in small town rural Alberta