The Corporate Real Estate Generalist is the jack-of-all-trades real estate professional on the front lines of protecting corporations' interests in their real estate acquisitions, leasing, management... Responsible for properties owned by the corporation, this person represents the company's broad interests in real estate matters ranging from acquisitions, leasing, subleasing, property management and tax issues to disposition. This position is transaction oriented, with the goal of protecting the corporation's bottom line while implementing the business's strategy of positioning and operating corporate assets. This person is responsible for maximizing building space and operating efficiency. A corporate real estate generalist will be the middle man between brokers, buyers, and sellers transacting with the corporation. Often this person will also assist the corporation in searching for new sites to acquire or new space to lease for operations.
|Role / Company||Location||Posted|
|Real Estate Officer or Sr. Real Estate Officer (Focus: Real Estate Funds and Co-Investments) (Columbus, Ohio or New York, New York)State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio||Columbus, OH||Jun 8, 2023|
|Financial Analyst at Security PropertiesSecurity Properties||Seattle, WA||Jun 5, 2023|
|Credit Underwriting VP/AssociateFour Springs Capital Trust||Wall, NJ||May 31, 2023|
|Customer service representativeCisco||New york, NY||May 27, 2023|
|Jay I. Kislak Endowed Director for the Kislak Real Estate Institute (KREI)Monmouth University||West Long Branch, NJ||May 16, 2023|
|Chief Real Estate OfficerPort of Oakland, CA||Oakland, CA||May 11, 2023|
|Land Use PlannerWalsh, Colucci, Lubeley & Walsh, PC||Arlington, VA||May 9, 2023|
|Multifamily Underwriting Senior Associate - Risk Distribution and CreditFREDDIE MAC||McLean, VA||Nov 4, 2019|
Looking to the future
As long as corporate America is in existence there will be a need to manage the real estate owned by a company. Rather than a third party service provider representing the company in acquisitions, dispositions, and leasing, corporations have found it worthwhile to have an in-house position whose only responsibility is corporate property. A corporate real estate generalist increases the corporations bargaining power and will continue to be invaluable to firms in both short and long term decisions involving corporate real estate.