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Operate real estate office, or work for commercial real estate firm, overseeing real estate transactions. Other duties usually include selling real estate or renting properties and arranging loans.
- The SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) code is 41-9021.00
- The Mean Annual Wage in the U.S. is $ 79,340.00
- The Mean Hourly Wage is $ 38.00
- Currently, there are 40,850 people on this job
☝️ Information based on the reference occupation “Real Estate Brokers”.
Also Known As…
- Real Estate Brokers
- Supervising Broker
- Real Estate Sales Associate
- Real Estate Broker
- Real Estate Associate
- Managing Broker
- Designated Broker
- Broker Associate
- Broker Assistant
- Realty Specialist
- Realty Loan Specialist
- Real Estate Salesperson
- Real Estate Closer
- Licensed Real Estate Broker
- Lease Administration Analyst
- Contract Specialist
- Closing Agent
- Buyer Broker
Tasks for “Lease Analyst”
- Obtain agreements from property owners to place properties for sale with real estate firms.
- Maintain working knowledge of various factors that determine a farm's capacity to produce, such as agricultural variables and proximity to market centers and transportation facilities.
- Act as an intermediary in negotiations between buyers and sellers over property prices and settlement details and during the closing of sales.
- Give buyers virtual tours of properties in which they are interested, using computers.
- Monitor fulfillment of purchase contract terms to ensure that they are handled in a timely manner.
- Appraise property values, assessing income potential when relevant.
- Generate lists of properties for sale, their locations, descriptions, and available financing options, using computers.
- Manage or operate real estate offices, handling associated business details.
- Maintain awareness of current income tax regulations, local zoning, building and tax laws, and growth possibilities of the area where a property is located.
- Compare a property with similar properties that have recently sold to determine its competitive market price.
- Review property details to ensure that environmental regulations are met.
- Sell, for a fee, real estate owned by others.
- Check work completed by loan officers, attorneys, or other professionals to ensure that it is performed properly.
- Arrange for title searches of properties being sold.
- Supervise agents who handle real estate transactions.
- Arrange for financing of property purchases.
- Develop, sell, or lease property used for industry or manufacturing.
- Rent properties or manage rental properties.
- Maintain knowledge of real estate law, local economies, fair housing laws, types of available mortgages, financing options, and government programs.
Related Technology & Tools
- Passenger vehicles
- Photocopying equipment
- Digital cameras
- Desktop computers
- Computer laser printers
- Personal digital assistants PDA
- Laser facsimile machines
- Digital video cameras
- Handheld calculators
- Personal computers
- Laptop computers
- Measuring tapes
- Microsoft Outlook
- Customer relationship management CRM software
- Adobe Systems Adobe Photoshop
- Google Earth Pro
- PropertyBoss Solutions PropertyBoss
- Web browser software
- Showing Suite
- AppFolio Property Manager
- Yardi Systems Yardi Voyager Commercial
- Property Boulevard
- Real estate listing databases
- Microsoft Word
- Domin-8 Enterprise Solutions Tenant Pro
- Visual Lease
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Microsoft Excel
- Deep Forest Systems OnCite
- RealData REIA
- Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Enterprise Software Systems CRE Sync
- London Computer Systems Rent Manager
- Intuit QuickBooks
- First American CoreLogic RealQuest Pro
- Property records databases
- Real Estate Assistant REA
- Lease Cost Solutions LseMod
- Microsoft Office