Institutional Real Estate Investment Advisory

Are you considering a career in a real estate advisory firm? As the economy and the realty market recover, one of the top investments for commercial real estate investment advisory firms is in beefing up staff through highly qualified and fully vested employees. If you’re considering a job in commercial advising, this is a brief glimpse into the world you will be entering…

Are you considering a career in a real estate advisory firm as the economy and the realty market recover one of the top investments for commercial real estate investment advisory firms is in beefing up staff through highly qualified and fully vested employees if you’re considering a job in commercial advising this is a brief glimpse into the world you will be

Entering new employees in real estate investment advisory firms generally start out as associates or analysts the associates main duty is to prepare reports for investors based on running numbers on valuations and performances reports include current states in local markets taxes valuation regional cap rates recently sold comps and their current cash flows real

Estate investment advisory positions rely only partly on education and degrees earn a bulk of the skills and qualifications are actually gained on the job which makes it difficult to advance if you’re not fully vested and highly trainable you will have to prove yourself in all aspects to move up from an analyst position the second tier in a real estate investment

Advisory firm is as a portfolio associate at this level you have direct contact with property managers it is your job to monitor the property managers investment and ensure that it is working properly you will still be doing some of the analysis but will have the added responsibility of maintenance type expenditures such as facility repairs or upgrades you’ll be a

Party to meetings that discuss acquisitions and dispositions for the portfolios you represent you may or may not be asked to visit and inspect buildings but you will definitely be the first point of contact for clients in your portfolio the third tier is managing portfolios the portfolio manager in a real estate investment advisory firm is responsible for everything

Related to the asset in a portfolio you will be in constant communication with your clients and take charge of all acquisitions and dispositions commonly you will share duties with a partner or a team if this is the case managers are often allocated specific areas to manage such as performing acquisitions or managing dispositions there is also the marketing aspect

Of real estate investment advisory firms there are two areas of marketing coming up with funds for investors and finding clients a marketer may take on both responsibilities or concentrate on just one area either role is sales intensive and requires strong marketing skills with the addition of property investment knowledge commercial real estate investments are

Central to pushing market recovery the hump has been crossed and savvy investors are now taking advantage of bargain distressed properties as well as new development projects the two target areas are improved technology and increased qualified staff if you’ve got what it takes a career with a real estate investment advisory firm will allow you to thrive as you

Contribute to the exciting future for the recovering property market

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Institutional Real Estate Investment Advisory By Sean Glickman-Glickman Retail Group