I've seen a few discussions on this topic already, but most are outdated. I'm curious in Real Estate, whether commercial or a large multi-family owner (EQ, GID, etc), which typically pays more between asset management and acquisitions, starting from the analyst going all the way to an EVP etc.
I've seen a few reports published by Rhodes Associates and CEL discussing this topic, and they are very different based off the numbers. But both are showing that the compensation between AM and ACQ are fairly similar, if not higher for AM.
Curious to hear some of your thoughts on this topic and to hear about any insight. Below are the studies that I am referencing....(Won't let me post links since im new to the forum, but if you search these in google you will find both PDFs easily)
Rhodes Associates 2016 Compensation Study
CEL AssociatesInc NationalRE Compensation Survey Results
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