Commercial Real Estate Finance (CREF)

Commercial Real Estate Finance (CREF) 2018-05-08T15:25:18+00:00

The commercial real estate finance (CREF) industry is large, growing and HIRING

It provides tremendous internship, job and career opportunities. Commercial Real Estate Finance (CREF) is a dynamic industry that provides $3 trillion in financing for office buildings, apartment communities, shopping malls, industrial properties and other income-producing real estate throughout the United States. The CREF Careers Forum is your opportunity to get insights, make connections and get the inside track on internships, jobs and careers.

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Commercial Real Estate Finance (CREF) Careers
There’s a place for everyone in the $3 trillion commercial real estate finance (CREF) industry.
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You can work on real transactions and make an impact on someone’s life!
Working in an industry that is fast pace, competitive and diverse is extremely exciting, but what really makes it worthwhile is knowing that you've helped someone find a home or that perfect space that fits their needs.
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There’s a place for everyone. Not everyone starts out with a degree in Real Estate.
Up until now, I was convinced that I needed to go back to school and get a degree in real estate, but after talking to other friends that have landed a great job in commercial real estate finance, I realized that my analytical skills as well as my communication skills have put me in a position to apply for a job in commercial real estate.
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There are tremendous opportunities for growth.
Finding a career that I could move up and be recognized for my skills and talents was a top priority.
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I wanted to be part of an industry that was taking over the world.
Everywhere I go, I meet more and more people that are working in this dynamic industry. When I was in college, many of our professors had guest speakers that represented many industry sectors.
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I get to travel and visit different markets, I’m not just stuck in a cubicle.
I get bored easily and I've always liked keeping several projects going at one time. This industry is perfect for me. I get to set my own schedule, meet clients and then see the fruits of my labor really pay off.
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Commercial Real Estate Finance (CREF) is a dynamic, growing industry that provides $3 trillion in financing for office buildings, apartment properties, shopping malls, industrial properties and other income-producing real estate throughout the United States. The CREF Careers Forum is your opportunity to learn about the industry, connect with people in it and find out about your next internship, job or career.

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