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Quarterra Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what Quarterra employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

Quarterra has a Senior Management rating of 4.6, and Todd Farrell, the CEO of Quarterra, has an approval rating of 99% across the organisation.

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How are senior leaders perceived at Quarterra?

13 English reviews out of 13

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14 December 2020

Pros

Upper management really cares, they reward hard work, pay is in line, if not better, they respect work life balance, properties are incredible. I’ve worked for many different (big and small) property management companies, and have always been in search of a place to call home and I have found that and more here at LMC. They outshine them all in many ways and I can’t wait to continue my career here.

Cons

Can’t think of anything at the moment!

Advice to Management

Keep up the great work!

Upper management really cares, they reward hard work, pay is in line, if not better, they respect work life balance, properties are incredible.

14 December 2020

Reviewed by: Community Manager in Atlanta, GA (Current Employee)

5 January 2022

Pros

Great company culture from leadership down

Cons

Long hours as most sites are lease ups

Great company culture from leadership down

5 January 2022

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

27 November 2021

Pros

Promotes from within, great upper management, amazing culture, loving where I work!

Cons

Raises are based on a percentage increase, not necessarily performance based

Promotes from within, great upper management, amazing culture, loving where I work!

27 November 2021

Reviewed by: Leasing Consultant in Charlotte, NC (Current Employee)

26 November 2021

Pros

Culture and benefits are great. I wouldn’t trade my team for the world. Corporate is very hands on and interactive with onsite team (less so with covid but, understandable). This makes me feel like there is less of a hierarchy, and normalizes corporate and onsite employees. They do a lot of team lunches which is the key to my heart so I’m very content with this company!

Cons

Leasing structure can be great but, can also be hurtful. More so now that they are doing huge increases all across the board when, individual communities and their market should be evaluated given issues or lack there of. The increases have upset a lot of people and upper management basically just tells you “it comes with the territory”. I’m sure it’s easy to say that when you sit in an office or in the comfort of your own home not getting screamed at or insulted for choices you didn’t make. The increases are making it difficult to lease so, at that point you are really just making hourly. When occupancy drops, asset freaks out and wonders why we are not leasing. I find this beyond unfair. With the pressure coming from resident and upper management, it adds a lot of stress, especially with very minimal incentive.

Advice to Management

Re evaluate leasing structure Re evaluate individual communities before raising rents $300+. Do better supporting your on site team members. Its rough out here for us.

The increases have upset a lot of people and upper management basically just tells you “it comes with the territory”.

26 November 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Leasing Professional (Current Employee)

26 November 2021

Pros

Culture and benefits are great. I wouldn’t trade my team for the world. Corporate is very hands on and interactive with onsite team (less so with covid but, understandable). This makes me feel like there is less of a hierarchy, and normalizes corporate and onsite employees. They do a lot of team lunches which is the key to my heart so I’m very content with this company!

Cons

Leasing structure can be great but, can also be hurtful. More so now that they are doing huge increases all across the board when, individual communities and their market should be evaluated given issues or lack there of. The increases have upset a lot of people and upper management basically just tells you “it comes with the territory”. I’m sure it’s easy to say that when you sit in an office or in the comfort of your own home not getting screamed at or insulted for choices you didn’t make. The increases are making it difficult to lease so, at that point you are really just making hourly. When occupancy drops, asset freaks out and wonders why we are not leasing. I find this beyond unfair. With the pressure coming from resident and upper management, it adds a lot of stress, especially with very minimal incentive.

Advice to Management

Re evaluate leasing structure Re evaluate individual communities before raising rents $300+. Do better supporting your on site team members. Its rough out here for us.

With the pressure coming from resident and upper management, it adds a lot of stress, especially with very minimal incentive.

26 November 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Leasing Professional (Current Employee)

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