Intern Spotlight: Adam Groberman
Adam Groberman is entering his senior year at the University of Colorado majoring in Finance with a minor in Real Estate. He has been working in an internship capacity for us for the past two months. The internship, even though it includes the actual operation of the business, is like training which would be given in an educational environment. The program is designed to provide a working perspective of the commercial real estate industry and NAI Puget Sound Properties.
During his time here, Adam assisted Wyk Parker in our Seattle office. We want to wish Adam all the best in his final year at college. Before his departure, we sat down with Adam to talk about his time here at NAI Puget Sound Properties – here are a few of his thoughts:
How did you first learn about NAI?
I first learned about NAI PSP through Rich Mermelstein, a good family friend.
How have you applied your major through your internship?
I am a finance major with a minor in real estate, so I enjoyed applying my education when working on financial analyses.
What is the most valuable thing you have learned at NAI PSP?
The most important thing I have learned through my experience with NAI has been the importance of creating and maintaining relationships.
Describe working at NAI PSP in 3 words.
Fun, fast-paced, and engaging.
What is your favorite building in the Puget Sound Region?
The Ten-O-Five Apartments located at 1005 E Roy is my favorite building in the Puget Sound Region. I love the English Tudor style of architecture.
Tell us about the weirdest job you’ve ever had.
During the summers in high school, I would work on turning newly vacated apartment units and I’d often be surprised by what was left behind.