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  • Associate 2 in RE - Comm
Mar 14, 2021 - 2:36pm

Bump. Looking for SF/Bay Area-based large REPE shops. Know of the following so far but would appreciate others: Starwood, Stepstone, Invesco, Rockpoint, Rockwood, GIC

  • Prospect in IB - Ind
Mar 14, 2021 - 2:56pm

TPG, Carlyle, KKR, Westbrook, SpearStreet, PGIM, Sixth Street, Divco

Mar 14, 2021 - 2:54pm

PCCP is a quality firm that runs an originations office out there

 

  • Investment Analyst in PE - Other
Mar 14, 2021 - 3:09pm

Pretty much any big name repe fund has a west coast office. Plus there's a shit load more high quality funds that are based there. Did u even try googling this before asking? dumb and low effort question. Yes you can move there. will it be easy? Maybe, maybe not, depends on ur reasoning and story for why. Do I know people that have done this move? Yes, loads of them.

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  • Analyst 3+ in RE - Res
Mar 16, 2021 - 8:45pm

SF sucks dude ive been here for a year and a half. its so low energy and the women are dogs

  • Analyst 1 in RE - Comm
Mar 17, 2021 - 12:25am

This city is a blast, the only people complaining about chicks in SF live in the mission or other shitty parts of the city. If you wanna have fun you have to live somewhere cool in the northern most part of the city (Marina, Northbeach, Cow hollow). Lots of chickas, great opportunities in RE and cool people.

Mar 17, 2021 - 2:11am

This city is a blast, the only people complaining about chicks in SF live in the mission or other shitty parts of the city. If you wanna have fun you have to live somewhere cool in the northern most part of the city (Marina, Northbeach, Cow hollow). Lots of chickas, great opportunities in RE and cool people.

SF has been a great city for a CRE career.  Regional offices and some headquarters for big firms.  The Financial Capital of the West Coast. Two great universities - Cal and Stanford - for undergrad or grad school.  A MSA where you could retire in and have your kids eventual work in.  City is coming back alive with the vaccines rolling out. Good public transportation.
 

Some of the gripes about the dating scene are legitimate.  Starter home prices are too high.  

Have compassion as well as ambition and you’ll go far in life
  • Analyst 3+ in RE - Res
Mar 17, 2021 - 1:15pm

The thing about SF that people don't talk about it has literally no diversity in the type of people that live here. You're either an Asian/soyboy in tech or a white dude in finance. And I'd say the average intellectual quality of those people working in finance is a SD or 2 below that in NYC. I went to a NEPSAC private high school and a top 10 ugrad with plenty of diverse smart people and SF is like a different world in that respect. Might just be a numbers thing in terms of employment # in SF vs. in NYC

I once went to a party in the Marina with 100+ people and I was literally the only not white person there (Indian). I didn't feel unwelcome at all, but it was fucking weird and I didn't like it. So something to consider for all us non-white finance dudes.  

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