Commercial Property Reporter, The Wall Street Journal - NY
The Wall Street Journal is seeking a reporter to cover commercial property investing, real estate financing, and how new technologies and startups are upending the industry.
The job involves spotting trends and detecting warning signals, while introducing readers to some of the larger-than-life characters who populate the business.
The successful candidate should be skilled at breaking news and writing under deadline pressure. The reporter should be comfortable crunching numbers and conceptualizing stories.
Experience covering real estate or financial markets is strongly preferred, though candidates with a proven track record of scoops and enterprise on a related beat are also encouraged to apply.
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