I have an interview with M&M coming up this week. I know people will say "you haven't gotten it yet", but let's just say what if. It's as a broker and from what I've found from this site it seems I'll most likely get an offer. My question is, should I decline this offer if I'm talking to a few alumni in certain cities at companies like CBRE, JLL, NKF. I graduated from a top 60 school (undergrad) and have a solid understanding on what each area of brokerage does as well as some modeling. Any advice concerning what to do. I know an offer now is better than the potential for a better one at these other shops, but my thought process is if I deny this and say in 2-3 months I haven't been accepted anywhere I can always apply to a different M&M office in the state or other states. Please let me know what you think and give me advice. My goal is development in a very competitive city (think NYC, LA, Chicago) and I feel M&M in a different city would be hard to transition to those cities, start over because don't have connections, then attend grad school all in around a 5 year span. I think it would be easier looking for analyst/research role and finding a company with better training and transition from where I am into a bigger city in those roles.