The backbone of all Real Estate companies...
Real estate administration is often the core link between a company's various divisions. It ensures efficient communication of information from one department to the other and maintains the professionalism and productivity of an organization. Main responsibilities in real estate administration relates to the performance of all departments, where duties can range from real estate assistant front desk receptionists and secretaries, to office management, to leasing administrator, to the maintenance of the company's asset management strategy. A real estate administrator can be a common link between senior executives to real estate analysts and between accounting departments to the financial investments team. They are the pillar of support for all organizations and companies, where their tasks ultimately relate back to the rest of the departments to realize their respective goals.
|Role / Company||Location||Posted|
|Associate, Lease AdministrationConfidential||New York City, NY||Jun 24, 2022|
|Assistant Lease AdministratorGrubb Properties||Charlotte, NC||Jun 19, 2022|
|Analyst - OperationsLivCor, LLC||Chicago, IL||Jun 8, 2022|
|Senior Associate - Real Estate OperationsNew York Life Real Estate Investors||New York, NY||Jun 2, 2022|
The Future of Real Estate Office Admin
There is an evolution of new technology and apps related to real estate office jobs and tasks. However, there will still be a need for skilled admins and assistants to use them. If anything, new technology will generate higher efficiencies in the duties of administration and administrators must be up to speed with these applications. Furthermore, this creates a demand for administrators to encompass a wider array of responsibilities in companies to continually improve the performance of their organization. There will always be those that act behind the scenes to maintain the productivity of the front lines. As a long term career choice, real estate admins are here to stay.