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Reis Overview

www.reis.com
New York, NY
201 to 500 employees
1980
Company - Public (REIS)
Real Estate
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Reis is the leading trusted source for commercial real estate data. Established in 1980, Reis has led the charge with its nationally recognized product Reis SE. Reis SE provides our clients with analytical data on the evolving commercial real estate environment with access to ... Read more

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    Student Housing Development Begins to Slow Down

    Student housing properties are filling quicker than ever, despite increasing competition from new development. ... Student housing developers are planning to open projects containing thousands of new beds this fall, but those new beds are renting quickly in most markets, with only a few exceptions. The shortage of good sites to build on and the difficultly of finding construction financing have prevented developers from getting too far ahead of the need for new student housing beds.

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    The Trump Effect on the Economy and Commercial Real Estate

    Michael Bull, CCIM and Victor Calanog, Reis Chief Economist and VP of Research discuss the potential impact a Trump presidency may have on the economy and commercial real estate.

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Reis – Why Work For Us?


Reis has been a trusted leader in providing comprehensive and unbiased real estate analytical data for 36 years. We don’t just pride ourselves on our industry success but also the success of our talented employees. At Reis, we believe our success is largely due to our employees which is why we invest in their career development. Providing certification courses and educational reimbursement to those who seek a deeper knowledge of the real estate industry are a few ways we help with our employees’ advancement.  

Since 1980, Reis has grown into a nationally recognized brand in the commercial real estate realm. With a variety of clients ranging from banks, equity investors, developers, builders, government agencies to service providers, Reis has made their decision-making process easier with the growing amount of data we provide. Our services allow for our clients to analyze the ever changing commercial real estate environment such as market conditions, trends, property values and transactions.  

Here at Reis we are always interested in talented professionals, from entry-level to executive-level. Please come work us!  

Our Company History

Reis was founded in 1980 by Lloyd Lynford and Jon Garfield. In the 36 years since its launch, the company has expanded into a full service commercial real estate information company that provides mission critical information on over 275 U.S. markets and eight property types. In 2007, the company went public and is traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the ticker symbol REIS.

Key Product Milestones Include:

Property Comps (Rent, Sales and New Construction)

Submarket Coverage

Weekly / Monthly / Quarterly Data Updates

Single Property Valuation Estimates

Portfolio Risk Analytics

At Reis we welcome all professional levels.

Opportunities as diverse as your interests and ambitions

At Reis, we help the nation's foremost lending institutions, investors, brokers and appraisers make decisions about their commercial real estate holdings using our trusted, accurate data and analytical tools. Our bottom-up data collection methodology has been the cornerstone of our comprehensive database since our inception in 1980.

Join a team of like-minded professionals

Across the organization, we share the vision of ensuring the quality of our data, the satisfaction of our customers and the camaraderie of our employees. This requires discipline, expertise and teamwork, which are the foundation of our culture of recognition and reward. It is easy to stay motivated at Reis.

We at Reis have a long history of working with and giving back our community. Annually we come together to support charities through financial donations, volunteering and mentoring.   

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    If you work hard you are bound to get noticed

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    None that I can think of honestly

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    Keep up the good work
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Reis Interviews

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    Marketing Manager Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at Reis (New York, NY) in October 2016.

    Interview

    Applied online. Phone screening by HR then an in-person meeting with the hiring manager plus three others managers within his dept. Interview with the hiring manager went very well. He actually worked with my boss at my former company. Obviously this helped relax the interview process. The three others I met with asked questions which were related to their respective roles (website, SEO and general marketing). Two of the three were great, the third guy was so cold and stoic, like he was trying to intimidate or psyche me out. I've met dozens of people like this before, both in interviews and in meetings - they're a joke. The interview process last close to 2 hours. I followed up in 5 days, was told to touch base at the end of the week. I did so, they never replied. I sent a total of three follow-up emails, none of which received a reply. I knew it was over, but gave it one last try asking that they get back to me, one way or the other, so I can either keep or remove it from my prospect list. 5 hours later I received a boilerplate "thanks, but no thanks" email from HR. I responded by telling her I was chuckling as I read her response.

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