Real Estate, London: currently 67 jobs.The latest job was posted on 17 Jan 19.
Real estate Roles in London
At present, the average salary for Real Estate jobs in London is £57,000, not including bonuses or commissions earned by estate agents. Real Estate – both commercial and residential - has been a boom sector in London for the last several years, with prices consistently rising and large amounts of development and trading activity. Real estate professionals need to be able to think for the long term and to have the analytical skills to master complicated deal structures while being aware of their risks. Many of the most senior Real Estate employees have a legal or tax background, which are essential to understand for most deals.
One of the most important investor groups in Real Estate in London is the private equity industry and this is a particular area of hiring demand, particularly at the Associate level. Private equity firms often recruit associate employees from banks or from real estate management companies. They look for candidates with strong modelling and valuation skills who are capable of taking a realistic approach to making cash flow projections for periods stretching several decades into the future.
More about working in London
High property prices in London occasionally make it difficult particularly for younger professionals to live in the central areas. However, the city has excellent transport links on its Tube metro system and by suburban rail, allowing London to sustain a “daytime” population much larger than the number of people who actually live there.
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