Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Intern
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Invictus Property Advisors (“Invictus”) is a mid-market, commercial real estate brokerage based in Midtown Manhattan. With a focus on seller representation, Invictus is involved in the marketing and sale of all asset types.
An investment sales intern at IPA will work intimately with a senior level sales professional to gain extensive exposure to a submarket in New York City with the ability to underwrite and effectively market all asset types in that submarket. Interns will be intimately involved in the execution process to service existing listings. They will also learn to underwrite prospective leads and track market data and activity. This position will give the candidate exposure to all facets of the commercial real estate industry with a clear path to transition to a senior role.
· Assist in originating deals throughout New York City
· Track sales information, potential leads and ownership information in a NYC neighborhood
· Support IPA’s full-time brokers
· Originate and service business by following a systematic proven approach
· Must excel in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced environment. Start-up type thinking
· Interfacing with different teams in-house to streamline processes
· Experience in commercial real estate space a plus
· Strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel
· New York State Real Estate Salesperson License required within 3 months of employment
Why work at Invictus Property Advisors:
· Experienced commercial real estate founders with a proven track record of over 15 years
· Get in the door early – put your skills to test in a trillion-dollar industry
· Learn in a boutique environment with onboarding training from experienced senior salespeople
· Favorable splits and points for origination
· Work hard, have fun in a creative, collegial, entrepreneurial start-up type environment. Be part of the team!
Students should consult with their academic advisor to determine if this unpaid experience can be completed for academic credit.