“How to Learn Real Estate and REIT Financial Modeling and Dominate Your Investment Banking Interviews – and Fast-Track Your Way to Top Bonuses and Exit Opportunities After You Land Your Offer and Start Working”
The Breaking Into Wall Street Real Estate and REIT Modeling Course gives you the bleeding edge advantage you need to master real-world real estate and REIT financial modeling and valuation. You gain immediate access to Step-by-Step Video Tutorials, Detailed Real-Life Case Studies, Unlimited Lifetime Support, plus an Unconditional Money-Back Guarantee to put you on the fast track to a lucrative career…
Here’s what you’ll get:
- Master the nuances of real estate and REIT accounting, valuation, and financial modeling with detailed, step-by-step video training. The skills you’ll acquire are NOT taught in undergraduate or MBA programs… but you MUST have these skills when you interview for real estate groups at banks, PE firms, and hedge funds, or even at real estate development / investment firms or REITs. You’ll impress your interviewers with your insider knowledge and industry savvy – putting you way ahead of your competition.
- Quickly grasp “real life” concepts and skills through a detailed case study and 3-statement model for Avalon Bay Communities, a leading REIT in the residential sector. You’ll also learn via case studies of an office complex development, and a hotel acquisition and renovation – and three bonus real estate private equity cases. This is NOT “academic financial theory” but exactly what you will do – in real life – working in any real estate group. Your detailed understanding of industry specifics identifies you as an expert.
- Dominate your interviews – your competition won’t stand a chance.
For your convenience, we also provide 7 quick reference PDFs and 9 Overview lessons on the topics most likely to come up in interviews – so you’ll be prepared for even the toughest questions. Need to learn quickly? Skip to exactly what you need and review all the concepts in short order – even if your interview is tomorrow and you just found out about it 5 minutes ago.