Interviewed at Marcus & Millichap
Interview Details 3 rounds of interview with various departments
Interview Question – Market related situational questions.... Very important to have real estate knowledge and license is helpful as well Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation, take it or leave it
I applied through college or university and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Marcus & Millichap in November 2013.
Interview Details The entire interview is designed to see if you are a people person. Other than that you have to take a sales test to see if you have sales traits, but other than that nothing to worry about. If you are sociable you can get the job.
Interview Question – Explain a situation in which you failed, and how did you overcome it. View Answer
I applied through other source and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Marcus & Millichap in November 2013.
Interview Details Make you take a questionaire where they try to determine how driven and independent you are.
Interview Question – Please tell me why you want to join this business. Are you prepared to live without a paycheck for several months? Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Marcus & Millichap in November 2013.
Interview Details Applied on Craigslist and I received a call the same day. As an Intern you get paid 24k as an Independent contractor. You eat what you kill and no benefits.
Interview Question – They ask me about my financial situation, How much money I have saved because is all based on commission. The lady was selling me the position. View Answer
Reason for Declining – Just not worth it ...
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Marcus & Millichap.
Interview Details Went in to talk with the hiring manager and had a good talk. Supplied a packet of information and wanted to make sure that this is really something that I wanted to do and to get back to him after I had looked it over and thought about it.
Interview Question – How do you feel you would fit into the culture here at M&M? Answer Question
Interviewed at Marcus & Millichap
Interview Details Interview consisted mostly of the interviewer talking, with very few direct questions about my skills or experience. I learned that they were looking for a specific, highly outgoing personality type, which had not been explained at all in the ad. The atmosphere, as observed during my interview and as described by the interviewer, seemed like it had the potential for drama and office politics. It certainly didn't have the healthy, positive vibe of other offices I've seen and worked in.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Marcus & Millichap.
Interview Details After applying I was contacted about 3 days later. I was given a first interview where the hiring manager informed me about the position and what it consisted of. He asked standard questions including strengths, weaknesses, why their company, etc. I was given a chance to ask all the questions I wanted to ask. I then was introduced to an agent who I would be "shadowing" if given the position and interviewed with him as well. I was told to contact them at a later date if I was still interested.
Interview Question – If they met my friends at a bar what would they say about me? View Answers (2)
Interviewed at Marcus & Millichap
Interview Details Interview was pretty straight forward. I think they were just looking for my ability to articulate my thoughts. Their business models involves getting as many people in place to succeed, with the thought that the cream will rise to the top and the dead wood will move on.
Interview Question – How do you expect to manage the expectation of not closing a deal for at least 6 months? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Marcus & Millichap.
Interview Details Easy sit down interview. Tried to drill me on my education and experience, but it was actually a test to see how easily I could respond to pressure. Ended up talking to the interviewer about absolutely random things such as famous individuals, educational methods, and cultural differences between the United States and Canada.
Interview Question – What was your GPA in university, does it represent your ability? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Lack of base salary
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Marcus & Millichap in July 2013.
Got contacted by the Manager and scheduled an interview for a week later. I've arrived about 20 minutes early, so to have time to review my resume and strong points. There was a lot of materials on the waiting area, which gave me a few extra points that I didn't have on my regular research.
The manager was very professional and we were able to relate almost immediately, since our past and present activities coincided.
Overall the interview was very straight forward; looked over resume, talked about the things i can offer the company and vice-versa. Once the interview was over, about an hour later, I took a personality test, which took me about 40 minutes to finish, and was asked to think about the position and provide an answer within a couple of days. I was also asked, in the case I had accepted the offer, to compose a business plan to demonstrate how I intended on achieving my goals within the company.
Be prepared to spend at least 2 hours there.
Research the company until you're fluent with the company's mission, activities and history.
Arrive early in order to review your information and maybe learn new things.
Try to relate to the interviewer; talk to the front desk person in order to learn things and make yourself more knowledgeable during the interview.
Get familiar with sales, the real estate market and business planning concepts, since that'll help you in the long run.
Make sure to send a thank you email later that day.
Negotiation Details – No negotiation necessary, this position is 100% commission. Be prepared when going on a interview with at least a comfortable cushion, between 6 - 12 months of saved salary.
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