Real estate development coordinators are usually people who work in a real estate firm, charged with a range of duties. These roles are usually related to overseeing and managing the development of properties. Specifically, these duties can entail coordinating the development process with architects, developers, and construction managers in order to organize timelines, schedules, and plans for the development of a house or property.
Development of a house or property can mean undertaking a decor or design project, remodeling a building, or branding new development projects built from scratch. On top of this, they may also create presentations for committees based on market research, aerials, and demographic reports that they have administered themselves. They are also responsible for overseeing the purchasing, tracking, and installation of decor and any other products purchased for development projects. They must also track demographic and geographic data, so they can determine possible future development locations. All areas of their work require them to produce development reports for upper-level management at their company.
Real estate development coordinators work alongside a variety of people, including colleagues and supervisors within their own firm and representatives from other parties in development projects. These representatives include architects and construction managers. The coordinators usually work during regular hours in an office environment, though they often leave their office to meet with representatives from other companies and visit field sites. Although a bachelor's degree isn't strictly required, it is usually preferred by employers. However, some employers will be content with equivalent experience.
Coordinator, Real Estate Development Tasks
Organize and track real estate deals and ensure that development plans remain on track.
Analyze geographic/demographic data for potential future development locations and produce detailed reports for upper level executive management.
Coordinate with various parties to the development process in the corporate, real estate, and construction fields.