Portfolio Manager for Residential Real Estate

Job Description A Portfolio Manager for Residential Real Estate (also called a real estate agent) oversees the entire real estate sale and purchase process. Real estate is a fast paced, thrilling and stimulating business that draws managers who desire a career that allows their leadership skills to flourish. A Portfolio Manager for Residential Real Estate needs to excel in interpersonal skills and be able to manage an extensive portfolio of clients. This manager positon is for individuals who desire to use their leadership abilities in the areas of real estate portfolio management, contract negotiations and residential real estate purchasing and selling.
Job Responsibilities

  • Oversee the purchase and sale of a large residential real estate portfolio

  • Manage the negotiation and contract process of a real estate transaction

  • Create marketing and advertising materials for your business

  • Stay informed about the current real estate market and devise strategies to better equip clients for the purchase or sale of their residential property

  • Manage a team to efficiently guide a client through the real estate transaction process


About Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, REALTORS, is a part of HomeServices of America, the nation's second largest provider of total home services. The company, which has 4,000 Sales Associates in more than 60 sales offices across the Tri-State area, recently received the Elite Circle Award, ranking number one in Residential Units and number two in Gross Commission Income (GCI) throughout the entire Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Network.
Regulatory Notice. To work as a real estate agent (and be qualified for this position) you must have (or obtain) a real estate license. Like getting a driver's license, state authorized training/testing is required to get certified. Third-party educational institutions provide this fee-based training to the general public.

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