Mortgage Banking Commercial/Multifamily Compensation Survey Program
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MBA encourages members of the commercial real estate finance industry to participate in the Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey Program, developed and administered by McLagan, an AON Hewitt Company. Participating in compensation surveys allows organizations to better align their pay philosophies with the current market environment.
The Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey Program profiles over one hundred positions across multiple lines of business and functional areas within the commercial/multifamily real estate finance industry. The survey enables firms to view compensation levels by function, specialization, business or product group, and in conjunction with scope factors such as loan production volume, assets under management, geographic location and revenue size.
The full product listing includes:
- Compensation-Level Benchmarking
- Scope of Business and Methods of Pay Analysis
- Customized Reporting
For more information, contact Rob Northway at McLagan at (203) 602-1234 or one of the following MBA contacts: Jamie Woodwell at (202) 557-2936 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Marina Walsh at (202) 557-2817 or email@example.com.
As in the past, MBA members receive a discount. Registration and participation in the program is required in order to receive the results.
(Note: MBA also offers a specialized compensation benchmark survey focused on the single-family real estate finance market.)
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Mortgage Banking Compensation Survey Program
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