- Toronto, Canada
- 201 to 500 Employees
- 4 Locations
- Type: Company - Public (FCR)
- Founded in 1993
- Revenue: $10+ billion (USD)
- Real Estate
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I am considering a shift from residential sales to development. I want to make myself more marketable. I’m 50, hoping to conserve time and money. There are 1-2 year masters programs that could give me the knowledge needed to land something, but there’s also a real estate accelerator program called the ACRE accelerator for 10% of the cost and provides all the knowledge and financial models that would be used on a day yo day basis. Which is more valuable on a resume to a potential employer?
Started with a new pm company a couple months ago. They’re based in NC but expanding into ATX with new constructions that are owned and managed. The credit/criminal screening software doesn’t have correct criteria. Every screening must be sent to VP (we don’t have a regional) to make a final decision. Don’t think he has set criteria list because for similar applicants it can be green, plus $100 or a full month’s rent deposit. Can someone please confirm whether this violates the fair housing act?
After accepting an in-person interview, I was allowed by the hiring manager to share any information that would help prepare for the upcoming interview. I'm embarrassed to say I am unsure what information to consider. Has anyone asked or been asked this? If so, what suggestions do you have?
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Incredibly inclusive company culture, work-life balance actually matters to management and they offer great compensation and benefits. Career development is taken seriously and management provides incredible support. With new hires, personality is given as much consideration as qualifications because they don’t want to create toxic workplace. Collaboration is one of our core values, we’re all a team so we need to get along. I can’t say enough about First Capital, it’s a wonderful place to work.
Lack of training resources and documentation such as SOP’s and desk procedures, however this is slowly being addressed.
First Capital Interviews
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at First Capital (Canada)
InterviewMet with a manager in a very informal 1-on-1 interview to discuss my background. About a week later I had a second interview with the first manager and two other team members. Received an offer shortly thereafter. Everyone seemed pleasant.Interview
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First Capital Awards & Accolades
- Greater Toronto's Top Employers (2022), https://www.canadastop100.com/toronto/, 2022
- The Career Directory 2022 – Canada’s best employers for recent graduates, https://www.canadastop100.com/tcd/, 2022
- Canada's Greenest Employers 2022, https://www.canadastop100.com/environmental/, 2022
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