JRK Property Holdings

Can anyone describe their experiences with the acquisitions team in LA? Have read some pretty bad reviews on WSO and other sources, but specifically curious about the acquisitions team. Comp, culture, hours, prestige, etc. would be great.


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Jan 13, 2022 - 2:37pm

Active firm, have been succesful growing the business.  James Broyer is a good dude, but Bob Lee is a huge jackass, guessing the culture probably isn't great.  Your exits would be fine as you'll see plenty of deals.  Their reputation is mixed, some folks love them, others have been retraded and will never do business with them again.  The line I heard from one group was, "if you have another group that can match pricing, go with the other group ten times out of ten." My guess is that it is probably a fine place to start, but I would go in eyes wide open.

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