Crexi Connection: Meet our Summer 2022 Interns

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People are at the heart of what we do at Crexi. We work hard and play hard, and collaboration is a key factor in achieving our mission of empowering millions of CRE professionals with a robust marketplace, easy-to-use workflow management tools, and customizable data analytics to accelerate their success.

We’re proud to introduce our Crexi Intern Class of 2022, celebrating the work and stories of the next generation of commercial real estate and tech professionals. Here are our featured Crexi Interns for Summer 2022!

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Meet Alex Jaquez

What college do you currently attend?

I recently finished my senior year at the University of Missouri.

Why Crexi? 

I have always had a great interest in real estate and marketing. When I learned about this company and looked into it, I saw nothing but amazing things and a unique place in which to work.

Where do you see yourself in the next 5-10 years?

This question has constantly challenged me because you genuinely don’t know where life will take you. I like to think I will still be chasing my happiness – as I always try to do – but will be successful and of value whatever role I am in.

What’s most interesting to you about CRE?

The vast impact this sector/industry has on the economy and the fact there is always a need for real estate that won’t be going away anytime soon.

What’s your favorite part of the CRE industry?

In my current (intern) role, I love the constant moving parts, which keep you on your toes and require you to be ready to learn.

What is your favorite part about interning for Crexi?

My favorite part about being at Crexi is the support of my team, which allows me to grow and learn daily and positions me for success.

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Meet Max Farzine

What college do you currently attend?

I currently attend the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.

Why Crexi? 

I chose Crexi because it’s an innovative company with a fantastic product and an even better culture. 

Where do you see yourself in the next 5-10 years?

In the next five to 10 years, I see myself working on my own startup and innovating a product to solve a significant problem. 

What’s most interesting to you about CRE?

I think the most exciting part about CRE is the development aspect. I find it fascinating to see how developers transform properties in such short periods. 

What’s your favorite part of the CRE industry?

My favorite part of the CRE industry is finding excellent properties and figuring out the highest and best use for them. 

What is your favorite part about interning for Crexi?

My favorite part about interning for Crexi is being surrounded by so many intelligent people. It’s been fascinating to observe and learn from them.

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Meet Ryan Farias

What college do you currently attend?

I just graduated from Chapman University.

Why Crexi? 

I was always interested in working in the tech industry and real estate. When I came across Crexi, I knew it would be the company for me!

Where do you see yourself in the next 5-10 years?

I hope to work with nonprofits in the future by doing events and showing them better technology to help maximize the work these organizations do.

What’s most interesting to you about CRE?

Although I was interested in real estate, I didn’t know there was such a huge difference between residential and commercial. It has been interesting to learn the difference between the two further. 

What is your favorite part about interning for Crexi?

After graduating from college, I knew that I wanted to work at a company with a great culture and environment. At Crexi, that is what I am getting! Everyone is very supportive, and its office environment is a great place where I can learn and grow.

We’re hiring! Check out open positions at Crexi on our Careers Page.

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