Real Estate Modeling Course

  • Real-life RE Modeling Tests from actual Interviews
  • Various asset classes including multi-family, commercial and more
  • Huge discount - until more tests and cases added

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300+ video lessons across 6 modeling courses taught by elite practitioners at the top investment banks and private equity funds -- Excel Modeling -- Financial Statement Modeling -- M&A Modeling -- LBO Modeling -- DCF and Valuation Modeling -- ALL INCLUDED + 2 Huge Bonuses.

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Oct 16, 2021 - 9:12am

Much of your training in brokerage, if any, is going to depend on the senior brokers you work for (if you work on a team). Tenant rep is a really large swath of brokers. C&W does have a rotational training program (forgetting the name at this point in time) where you rotate through 3 or 4 groups over a pre-determined period. Post this program, you work to get placed on a team. If you are looking to do tenant rep, I highly recommending working for a senior broker and figuring out how they plan to train you and teach you as you build your book. Also ask if they plan on allowing you to work on their assignments with them, so you can learn. And make sure they will pay you for this (out of the commission as well). It's unfortunately very common for a junior to work for a senior broker who adds them to their team and either A) doesn't staff them on their transactions or B) if they are staffed on their transactions, pays them 1%-3% of the commission as a thank you and says you should be lucky to work on this. Unfortunately, even if it's a $1MM commission, that doesn't go very far and doesn't pay the bills. Will you be getting a draw? 

Oct 18, 2021 - 2:19pm

Thank you for your response. Really appreciate it! Helps a lot since I am unsure how the training programs differ amongst CBRE, JLL and CW especially for the brokerage side. Of course I would gladly take any position possible but trying to see which would be the most ideal option. And yes, CW does offer a draw up which is great, but that definitely worries me since they say you typically get put on salary after a year or so. I'm hesitant to jump into anything commission based so early on in my career, but also don't want that to be the reason not to push harder.

Oct 18, 2021 - 5:38pm

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