Real estate analysts are responsible for managing their organization's real estate holdings. Analysts continuously watch real estate markets where their company or clients have property, ensuring that any changes in that region are prepared for and any positive shifts can be capitalized on. Analysts are in charge of researching new areas to invest in and identifying opportune moments to sell current property. An analyst's responsibilities may include preparing weekly or monthly meetings for upper management to keep them abreast of developments, as well as working with buyers and answering their questions about the company's properties.
Real Estate Analyst Tasks
Coordinate budgets and service level agreements with property managers.
Research legal documents and public records to assess the status of the title and perform due diligence.
Oversee financial performance of a real estate portfolio, including cash flow and acquisition strategies.
Underwrite and negotiate real estate transactions like purchases, dispositions, and leases.