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Real Estate Job Areas



Real Estate Job Areas

More than a third of the world's fortune is tied up in real estate. Real estate is security for mortgages and a large proportion of financial assets. In the USA, there are over seven million persons holding occupations directly connected to real estate operations or management.

These contain actions such as title insurance, construction, mortgage banking, property management, appraisals, brokerage and leasing, and real estate development. It does not contain persons implicated in real estate related lending in commercial banks, savings and loans, and insurance companies.

Real estate professionals are related in an especially direct way to the progress of our society they make decisions that will shape the way we live for decades, if not centuries.

A career in the active field of real estate will offer fulfilling opportunities to make bigger your abilities and increase your experience.

Essential Skills

  1. People skills: High
  2. Sales skills: Very High
  3. Communication skills: High
  4. Analytical skills: Medium
  5. Ability to synthesize: Low
  6. Creative ability: Medium
  7. Initiative: High
  8. Work hours: 20-70/week

Job Areas:

Residential real estate broker
Commercial real estate broker
 Residential real estate broker
Residential real estate broker assists people in selling and buying of properties to save time and money of customers.
 Commercial real estate broker
Commercial real estate broker assists people in determining if commerical properties are excellent investments.
Real Estate Advisory
Construction and Development
Real Estate Entrepreneur
 Real Estate Advisory
Real Estate Advisory suggests institutional investors about possible areas and properties for being sold in the future.
 Construction and Development
Construction of properties require work hard to get correct equipment, operators and construction crews.
 Real Estate Entrepreneur
Real Estate Entrepreneur acquires properties to be sold in the future with high prices due to improvements.
Real Estate Appraisal
Property Management
 Real Estate Appraisal
Real Estate Appraisal refers to the market value estimation of real estate properties so there is not a system to trade properties.
 Property Management
Agents in Property Management are responsible for negotiating leases, so they require interpersonal and negotiating skills.