BNP Paribas Real Estate employees

Satisfaction with Work

7.8 / 10

(based on 13 ratings in 2018)

2018

"I'm quite satisfied with the work I have been given. I support all members of my team with daily tasks, build spreadsheets with relevant data, do research, and try to come up with the best ways of presenting things."
Intern, London
"There is a lot of finding comparables for development sites and contacting other developers in the area to see what prices their developments are selling for. I also look into local planning to see allocations of sites and the likelihood of getting planning permission."
Intern, London
"I am able to work with different members of the department on a day-to-day basis, assisting them with any work that needs doing. This ultimately provides me with a varied experience in the different sectors within the research department."
Research, Intern, London
"The work varies greatly depending on projects. This can range from technical work with numbers to more general research into specific developments and areas."
Intern, London
"I am very much a shared resource in the IIG team and, as such, the team are very keen to get me involved in their projects so that I gain an understanding and can eventually contribute to the project's success."
Intern, London
"I was given a large amount of responsibility to do lease summaries, rent review pitches and building inspections. I also sat in on a number of meetings, which I think helped cement my understanding of what I had learned in my day-to-day activities. I was generally satisfied with the work I was assigned but could maybe have been given larger projects rather than a number of small tasks."
Intern, London

2016

"I was very satisfied with my role and, towards the end of the internship, I was assigned to a specific project. This enabled me to attend several meetings with a wide variety of stakeholders and undertake some work toward the project. I also attended a number of site visits and was able to learn a significant amount there."
Intern, London
"I was given responsibilities such as taking floor measurements of an office building, attending refurbishment meetings and reporting back to a senior colleague. I also emailed and liaised with building managers and clients."
Intern, London
"I helped to complete numerous tasks including assisting with the completion of strategy reports for a major client."
Intern, London

2015

"Day-to-day I work on compiling together competing schedules, research future and existing developments and conduct viewings."
Intern, London
"I am tasked with producing schedules and checking building availability."
Intern, London
"My role involved preparation of availability schedules, gathering comparables and data collection."
Intern, London
"My day-to-day responsibilities have varied from dealing with utility bill issues for properties in receivership to site visits across the UK."
Intern, London
"I have been reading head lease terms and responding to applications for alterations, sub-letting and alienations. As well as this, I am attending property management meetings for the crown escape, and determining tenants' obligations for external repairs and their works programmes for the upkeep of buildings."
Intern, London
"I have a constant and steady workload that I am completing in conjunction with the rest of my team; each day I am doing something different."
Intern, London
"My role has been mainly supportive, assisting senior surveyors and directors with their cases. Responsibilities have included: compiling comparable evidence, drafting lease summaries, business development project work, measuring premises to determine rental values and calculating rents for zoned as well as non-zoned retail and office space."
Placement Student, London
"I was conducting market research and finding comparable evidence for deals my team was working on. I then moved on to doing options appraisals for land that the team was selling."
Intern, London

2014

"At the start of the internship work was slightly slow which is understandable as the level of your competency is unknown, but I felt later on through the internship I was kept busy which is good. Working on two or three specific projects and seeing them develop through the four week was rewarding."
Intern, London
"I undertook several valuations inspections, I wrote a market overview for a valuation report, I measured office and industrial units and many other things to try and contribute to the valuation department."
Intern, London
"I enjoyed site visits, and did a lot of research to gain experience."
Intern, London
"I was sometimes given tedious work to complete but for the majority of the time I was involved in interesting projects from which I hope to apply to my studies in the forthcoming year."
Intern, London
"My work involved finding comparable evidence, reading leases and summarising, site inspection and measurement, and zoning and valuation."
Intern, London
"My work centred on obtaining valuations for distressed assets, building strategic reviews for disposals, making inspections to justify and gain a greater understanding of the market, appointing management agents, and contacting and appointing relevant contractors."
Intern, London
"I was working on an exciting new project looking for Hotel investments in central London for potential clients. I also attended inspections of offices within the City, and other day-to-day responsibilities included working on investment brochures."
Intern, London
"I worked on producing availability schedules of properties, contacting agents to get information, attending site visits and viewings to properties."
Intern, London
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