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Based on 123 responses, the job of Real Estate Development Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.14 out of 5. On average, Real Estate Development Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2019
"80/20 rule is alive and well."
Real Estate Development Manager in Richmond:
Pros: Variety in workload, opportunities to create positive change in community
Cons: Reliance on dysfunctional department, lack of leadership, lack of clear career path, no succession planning, low compensation, moderate cronyism.
February 2020
"Seattle is a bit ridiculous. Commuting is generally awful...but it's a place to be."
Real Estate Development Manager in Seattle:
Pros: Job opportunities
Cons: Cost of living
May 2017
"Incredible fulfilling field of practice."
Real Estate Development Manager in Calgary:
Pros: Access to the Rockies.
Cons: Rusty pick up trucks.
November 2018
"Competitive, Driven, More Balance Needed."
Real Estate Development Manager in Toronto:
Pros: There are driven people who want to work hard and achieve great things. New ideas and innovation are around every corner. People are smart and diverse.
Cons: Work life balance are out of whack due to competitive atmosphere. It is okay to sometimes take time for your own well-being, and not focus on your job 24/7
January 2019
"Property Development Jobs SA."
Real Estate Development Manager in Johannesburg:
Pros: Lots of action and activity
Cons: A bit impersonal and concrete jungle
January 2019
"Love the work I get to do and who I get to work with."
Real Estate Development Manager in Victoria:
Pros: A beautiful city, with wonderful people, and the mildest climate in Canada.
Cons: Stifling taxes for small businesses + Municipal and Provincial politics.
February 2017
"Good business climate."
Real Estate Development Manager in Davao City:
Pros: Business in the city is booming, rich human resource and good command of the english language, increase in msme's, tax holidays and incentives from the city, affordability for food.
Cons: Traffic, humid weather, red tape in business licensing.