BRE Properties, Inc. Joins HireVeterans.com

Veterans and BRE Properties, Inc. are now an Employment Team at HireVeterans.com

by Captain Lonnie Ryan

BRE Properties, Inc. is a publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) that builds, acquires and manages apartment communities throughout the West’s most sought after places to live. They have now teamed with HireVeterans.com to hire our US Veteran men and women in the real estate industry. They understand the value of the home and how to enhance it—for their residents, their communities and their investors.

BRE Properties business touches one of the most personal aspects of their customers’ lives—the place they call home. BRE believes this creates not just a responsibility, but a tremendous opportunity to set themselves apart by seeing things from their residents’ point of view and putting them first in all they do. The power of this viewpoint is what’s good for their residents is good for their company. As they build relationships with the people and communities they serve, they set themselves apart in the marketplace and create long-term, income-producing investments for their shareholders.

What’s it like to work at BRE?

It’s rewarding. More than a real estate firm, BRE is a customer service company that values every associate’s contribution to Bre’s success.

It’s exciting. You’re part of a team of highly creative, self-motivated professionals who go the extra mile to treat their customers the way they would like to be treated themselves.

It’s the opportunity to build the career of a lifetime. As BRE grows, they prefer to promote from the best possible pool of talent they know: their own people.

Time and again, their residents tell them that it’s the “friendliness, professionalism and responsiveness of the staff” that led them to choose a BRE community. From property managing, leasing and maintenance to accounting, IT, administration, and development and acquisitions, BRE is always looking for talented, experienced professionals who make people their top priority. Sound familiar? If so, they’d like to hear from you.

Benefits

BRE offers a comprehensive benefits package that reflects how much they value their associates and their families.

Health Plans

Medical
Dental
Pre-tax flex plan
Basic life insurance
Supplemental life
Short- and long-term disability
Accidental death insurance

401(k)

Employer-matching 401(k) plan that offers financial planning and independent brokerage services

Continuing Education

Scholarship program for the children or grandchildren of full-time associates
IRS 529 College Plan Tuition reimbursement

Other Benefits

24-hour Employee Assistance
Service awards and recognition
Fun days
Paid time-off benefits, including your birthday
VolunteerMatch Program

BRE’s associates play a leading role in BRE’s success. And their corporate culture supports them every step of the way. By setting high standards and treating each other the way they treat their residents, they’ve created a culture where performance, teamwork, creativity, initiative and integrity are contagious.

They employ service-oriented professionals who understand their residents’ expectations, then they give them the autonomy to meet–even exceed–those expectations. They recognize and reward associates who share new ideas, communicate well, and inspire others. BRE provides many paths for career growth through training workshops, conferences and tuition reimbursement.

They support one another and share their successes. BRE puts their people first by promoting from within–with no limits to what you can achieve and where you can go.

Jobs available for NOW for Veterans, click here for the BRE Properties, Inc. job listings.

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