Realstar Management Employee Reviews
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Realstar provides ongoing excellent train to keep up with the times. They really care and are very supportive of staff. They really have it together. Work hard but overall understanding. Equal opportunity, advancement from within the company. Would work for them again in a heartbeat. Their properties are extremely well kept and very clean.
Job security if you perform
Each company always have a few but overall just working weekends.
We found REALSTAR to be a supportive employer that provides excellent property management training that will make you one of the best trained in the industry. Opportunities for advancement are there for those who showcase an eagerness to learn. the pay is based on your work ethic and willingness to learn. Your day starts at 8:00 am you will experience a fast paced in environment where success is the name of the game. Resident service is the way to succeed. So you want to work for a dynamic supportive company take the first step check Realstar out and send your resume..
Opportunity for advancement
Long hours with benefits
Great learning and on the job training. Lots of day to day work in resident units for general repairs
Lots to learn in a great environment and different cultures to see and learn from. Would work with the company again. During the time I was employed with Realstar in Brampton I have learned alot about certain equipment and how they work.
A well structuredCompany and always willing to help you grow within and work with you so you can reach for the top I would really recommend to work with them and they treat you like family not just some employee By far the best employer I worked for
management very difficult to get along with. Expects a lot more than your getting paid for.on salary and working a lot of hrs. Its not a good company to work for if you want to save money.
an hour for lunch
on low salary and working a lot of hrs.
District manager was texting with his phone and really wasn't interested in interviewing. Played more with his phone. His eyes were dilated. Never once looked into our eyes. Very poor district managerHis eyes were dialHis
A free apartment that needs upgrades
Managers have no training what so ever..not fit to do the job either theres no training giving to resident managers just favoritism..no room to grow in the company till someone dies or quits...even the dm needs severe training..this is 2020 pathetic the only one who is great is the vp..and owner..you need a clear understanding of whats happening in your districts because you dont
Your Experience really depends on build size and location. If you have a building over 100 suites, you'll probably have a bigger team and slightly better resources. less then, be prepared to do most property management including administration, interior exterior care, cleaning common areas and suits for low salary and basic benefits. Be prepared to work weekends, and on call... Every call, even wrong numbers... At any time. If you're in a scummy town with transients and drug users, be prepared to clean up after them. Be prepared to take everyone's attitude with a thank you. Be prepared for little recognition/compensation for the good work you do, and lots of focus on everything you've done wrong
long hours, low salary