Company: Rushmore Properties
Position Title: Part-time Acquisitions & Asset Management Associate
Location: Chicago, IL
Reports To: Principal/Owner
Company: Rushmore Properties, LLC acquires value-added real estate assets and real estate related debt and equity positions. The objective of the company is to acquire properties that will benefit from the asset management, financing and leasing expertise that the Rushmore principals can provide. Upon successful execution of a property repositioning, the principals will seek to maximize investor returns through a refinance or sale.
Summary: Work directly for the Principal/Owner of the firm on acquisitions, asset management and investor communication. This is a part-time position, approximately 20/hours per week. Flexible scheduling.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in business - concentration in real estate or finance.
Experience: A minimum of 2 years of relevant experience in a financial analysis environment in the commercial real estate industry. Experience in retail or office preferred. Proficiency with concepts of NPV, IRR, financial statements, lease review.
Computer Skills: Advanced Argus and Excel modeling, including complex GP/LP waterfalls.
Background: To be considered for this position, you must be self-motivated, highly goal-oriented, exhibit strong oral, written and interpersonal skills. Additionally, you should have the ability to multi-task in a fast paced and continually changing environment with minimal supervision required.
Responsibilities: Include, but not limited to, preparation of detailed proforma models related to the acquisition and asset management of real estate, collection and analysis of market information, performance of due diligence activities, experience with leases, loan documents, budgets, loan draws and financial reports, preparation of investment packages, communication with financial partners, brokers, attorneys, lenders, tenants, sellers and other professionals.
Compensation: Competitive salary.
- Asset Management
2+ to 5 years
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