NEW NEW CRE Compensation Google Doc

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Feb 25, 2021 - 8:45am

Thanks for both suggestions. On the first, for the dropdown, Google Forms does not allow for an "Other, please specify" option when using their dropdown, which would limit the entries. If we tried to include all possible markets, it'd be too much to sift through, imo, as the dropdown selection does not have an autocomplete option.

As for the second, regarding Total Comp column, I intentionally removed this piece as it felt redundant and I ran into a few issues with the data. The "Total Comp" column seemed to be more beneficial for trying to understand promote/carry value. What does the group think about adding in a column like "Promote/Carry Value (average)"?

Feb 25, 2021 - 5:34pm

Good call. Added in an option for that on the form, and it updates to the Google sheet now. Past entries didn't have it on prior Google sheet... thought it did, but couldn't find it. You recall if the original Google doc had it?

  • Associate 1 in RE - Comm
Mar 1, 2021 - 12:03pm

My firm is in SF, but we are a small startup-esque type fund as the founders are all coming from VC/FAANG so we are fully remote until we can't sustain the amount of people we have, so I live a VLCOL area. I was really surprised that west coast pay isn't that high. Unless you're working for a MF, I feel like it's almost lower than market comp due to the HCOL. That makes me nervous that if I have to move to SF I wouldn't receive a pay bump.

Mar 2, 2021 - 4:54pm

I also may be headed to SF from a city that isn't quite NYC expensive (Chicago, D.C., etc). What do you think would be an appropriate upgrade in pay to make up for the CoL at the analyst level?

 

  • Associate 1 in RE - Comm
Mar 2, 2021 - 5:52pm

It's tough to say, RE pay is so variable depending on the firm. When I interviewed for experienced analyst positions I was seeing mostly $125k - $150k. The problem for me was that I was offered pretty much the same pay to live in the southeast where I pay much lower taxes and can afford a home. 

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  • Analyst 3+ in RE - Comm
Apr 13, 2021 - 4:53pm

 I was really surprised that west coast pay isn't that high. Unless you're working for a MF, I feel like it's almost lower than market comp due to the HCOL. 

I've worked in SF for the last couple of years, and I've noticed this too. Pay in SF is not aggressive at all. Like you mention the MFs are really the only ones paying analysts and associates good, but this isn't NY where you have big shops at every corner. All other shops, comp could be all over the place because California is one of the states for the highest cost of doing business . LA is slightly better in my opinion just because money has the potential to go a bit further, the area is more heavily populated and the economy is better diversified. No clue on the other cities on the coast (Seattle, San Diego, Portland), but I don't think really offer a whole lot either.

Jun 11, 2021 - 10:07am

We have 116 new entries since the new version of the document has been in circulation. On top of 613 entries from prior versions. Have only input 10 from the "Whats your Compensation in Real Estate Finance?" sub, but will add more down the road when work gets less busy. 

Aug 18, 2021 - 4:34pm

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