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Madison, NJ
201 to 500 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Real Estate
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
NRT is the largest residential real estate brokerage company in the nation. NRT and its affiliated companies, marketing partners and joint ventures provides mortgage, title, insurance, escrow, warranty, relocation and concierge services to NRT's family of ... Read more

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Bruce G. Zipf
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    I have been working at NRT full-time


    Flexible hours, many benefits, highly ethical, room for advancement, sense of community


    takes time to understand the company's structure due to many units

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    Front End Web Developer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Edina, MN
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    Average Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at NRT (Edina, MN) in August 2016.


    Recruiter contacted me with the listing - there was one area where I wasn't sure I had the right skills. Recruiter followed up with NR, who said that skill wasn't so important, they'd still like to interview me.

    Back and forth took a few days, got in for an interview about 1.5 weeks after first hearing from recruiter.

    Interview itself was with a VP, department director, and a developer. VP from corporate headquarters on the phone. Interview was going smoothly until they reached questions about the skill area I was lacking. Actually stopped talking to me and spent a few minutes debating among themselves whether this skill set was a deal breaker or not.

    In general, felt a little disorganized, and a bit intense. I wasn't sure how I felt about the fit, and was worried, if offered the job, I might not be able to live up to expectations.

    After the weekend, they decided the person for the role did need the skill set I lacked and so were going to keep looking. Best for all around.

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