Looking for some info on Walker & Dunlop's multifamily underwriting team (Bethesda)...
Will be my first job out of school and want to make sure I will be in a good place to learn and build connections with strong exit opportunities.
Ideally (for now) I'd like to transition to a MF owner/operator after getting a few years experience underwriting properties set for GSE loans. Does this sound feasible?
If anyone has thoughts or insight on the company/job and if it's a good starting point for a career in CRE I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks!
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