- San Francisco, CA
- 51 to 200 Employees
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2014
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Real Estate
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Real Estate Broker
I am considering a shift from residential sales to development. I want to make myself more marketable. I’m 50, hoping to conserve time and money. There are 1-2 year masters programs that could give me the knowledge needed to land something, but there’s also a real estate accelerator program called the ACRE accelerator for 10% of the cost and provides all the knowledge and financial models that would be used on a day yo day basis. Which is more valuable on a resume to a potential employer?
Started with a new pm company a couple months ago. They’re based in NC but expanding into ATX with new constructions that are owned and managed. The credit/criminal screening software doesn’t have correct criteria. Every screening must be sent to VP (we don’t have a regional) to make a final decision. Don’t think he has set criteria list because for similar applicants it can be green, plus $100 or a full month’s rent deposit. Can someone please confirm whether this violates the fair housing act?
After accepting an in-person interview, I was allowed by the hiring manager to share any information that would help prepare for the upcoming interview. I'm embarrassed to say I am unsure what information to consider. Has anyone asked or been asked this? If so, what suggestions do you have?
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If any cons all I can think of is that they don't 401k match at the moment
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I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Peerspace (United States) in Jul 2022
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