real estate manager


Real estate managers handle and oversee the operational aspects of commercial or residential properties such as private apartments, office buildings and retail stores. They negotiate contracts for lease, identify and plan new real estate projects and construction of new buildings by partnering with a developer to identify the appropriate site for new buildings, coordinate the feasibility study for new constructions and supervise all the administrative and technical aspects involved in expanding the business. They maintain the premises and aim to increase its value. They hire, train and supervise personnel.

Alternative label

  • estate manager

  • estate administrator

  • real estate officer

  • property rental manager

  • regional real estate manager

  • estate coordinator

  • property administrator

  • property management officer

  • co-ownership property manager

  • building rental manager

  • retail real estate manager

  • property management agent

  • property rental coordinator

Regulatory aspect

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Essential skills and competences

Essential Knowledge

Optional skills and competences

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