Lubert Adler Partners Interview Questions

2 total interview insight submissions
Interview Experience (43%)

The Interview Experience is a score from 1 star (very negative) to 5 stars (very positive) generated based on the Interview Insights at this company.

The number you see in the middle of the doughnut pie chart is the simple average of these scores. If you hover over the various sections of the donut, you will see the % breakdown of each score given.

The percentile score in the title is calculated across the entire Company Database and uses an adjusted score based on Bayesian Estimates (to account for companies that have few interview insights). Simply put, as a company gets more reviews, the confidence of a "true score" increases so it is pulled closer to its simple average and away from the average of the entire dataset.

3.5
  • Very Negative
  • Negative
  • Neutral
  • Positive
  • Very Positive
Interview Difficulty (77%)

The Interview Difficulty is a score ranging from very difficult (red) to very easy (green) generated based on the Interview Insights at this company.

The number you see in the middle of the doughnut pie chart is the simple average of these scores. The higher the number, the more difficult the interviews on average. If you hover over the various sections of the doughnut, you will see the % breakdown of each score given.

The percentile score in the title is calculated across the entire Company Database and uses an adjusted score based on Bayesian Estimates (to account for companies that have few interview insights). Simply put, as a company gets more insights, the confidence of a "true score" increases so it is pulled closer to its simple average and away from the average of the entire data set.

3.5
  • Very Easy
  • Easy
  • Average
  • Difficult
  • Very Difficult

Interviews at Lubert Adler Partners

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Intern
Year 2014
Job Title Intern
Group/Division Real Estate
Location Philadelphia
Experience
Positive
Difficulty
Average
Year 2008
Job Title
Group/Division Real Estate
Location New York
Experience
Neutral
Difficulty
Difficult

Interview Questions & Answers - Lubert Adler Partners Examples

Intern Interview - Real Estate

Anonymous employee in Philadelphia
Interviewed: May 2014
Outcome
Accepted Offer
Interview Source
Employee Referral
Length of Process
Less than 1 month
Application
Phone Interview
1 on 1 Interview
Group Interview
Interview
1 day - met with about 10 people. Each interview was fairly short - maybe 20-30 minutes long Wide range of people from both analysts to Senior Managing Principles. It was a Friday so people were very relaxed. They wanted to make sure that I had worked somewhere else the Summer before. Also, it seems as though people who get these internships generally know someone as that is how they get in.
Interview Questions
What did I know about real estate? I basically told them that I knew very little except for what my family business. I then expanded about how I was involved with my families acquisition of certain office property in Washington, D.C. They seemed very interested in this because of some of their multifamily investments in that general area.

Opportunistic Real Estate PM Interview - Real Estate

Anonymous interview candidate in New York
Interviewed: February 2008
Outcome
No Offer
Interview Source
In-person
Length of Process
2-3 months
Application
Phone Interview
Group Interview
Presentation
IQ / Intelligence Test
Background Check
Interview
Lengthy, thorough process. Started with phone interviews, then first face to face interview, psych evaluation disguised as interview by organizational behaviorist, then final in person meetings.
Interview Questions
You will clearly be brought in to run an existing team...what skill set would you describe as your strongest asset in leading a team?
First, I appreciate the compliment (or the test), but I have no idea that I am being considered to run any existing teams if we move forward. My understanding is that I am being considered as an idea generator and for my generalist investing experience. I expect that my ability to be a team player would be appreciated by upper management, in whatever role they see me filling.