Vice President (VP), Real Estate Acquisitions Salary
The average pay for a Vice President (VP), Real Estate Acquisitions is $117,214 per year.
|Salary||$73,602 - $171,866|
|Bonus||$9,779 - $50,604|
|Profit Sharing||$-0.49 - $30,639|
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|$91,625 - $201,407|
Job Description for Vice President (VP), Real Estate Acquisitions
A vice president of real estate acquisitions oversees a wide variety of real estate-related tasks for their organization. They not only draft, but also determine capital structure, financing, and joint venture agreements. Additionally, they assist in structuring and negotiating letters of intent, business terms of purchases, and sales agreements for dispositions and acquisitions that the company participates in. Another task performed by this vice president is coordinating due diligence and underwriting processes; this is an essential task that requires close attention to detail, since any errors will affect company transactions and audits. They also manage assets, the acquisition of real estate, and the closing process. All of the job duties of the vice president of real estate acquisition require excellent fact-checking skills and close attention to detail because any mistake can hurt the company's budget, relationships with other companies, and relationships with workers inside the company.Read More...
Vice presidents of real estate acquisition must have substantial experience in their field before reaching this executive level. They should be knowledgeable of company and industry best practices, as well as all relevant laws. The vice president should have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, as well as good leadership and time-management skills. Additionally, they should work well as part of a group, as well as on their own with minimal supervision. Vice presidents of real estate acquisitions generally work full time during regular business hours, although overtime and alternative hours may be required depending on the needs of their organization.
Vice President (VP), Real Estate Acquisitions Tasks
- Manage assets and the acquisition of real estate.
- Oversee closing process.
- Coordinate due diligence and underwriting processes.
- Draft and determine capital structure, financing, and joint venture agreements.
- Assist in structuring and negotiating letter of intent agreements, business terms of purchases, and sales agreements for acquisitions and dispositions.
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