Real Estate Brokerage, Sales & Leasing Jobs

"Scouting opportunities, connecting buyers and sellers, and making real property transactions happen"

Real estate agents and brokers facilitate the sale or leasing of real property. Brokers and agents usually specialize in either retail, office, residential, industrial, or land; however, their responsibilities are the same across property type. Sales agents must work underneath the license of a managing broker. Brokers manage the firm, recruit new agents, determine the marketing budget for the office, the listings carried by the firm, and the activities of the sales agents. Sales agents often are independent contractors working for straight commission, which can range from 1% up to 7%, and are split between the buyer's agent and the seller's agent. Depending on the industry, brokers and agents' responsibilities can range from obtaining the property listing, marketing the property, showing the property, negotiating with buyers or sellers, helping to arrange financing for the client, preparing contracts, and organizing the closing.

Information on this page provided courtesy of Cornell University Baker Program in Real Estate

Job Title / Description Company Location Posted
Marcus & Millichap IL-Chicago 12/2/16
Marcus & Millichap IL-Chicago 12/2/16
Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. PA- Conshohocken 12/2/16
CBRE CO-Greenwood Village 11/30/16
Waypoint Building Group CA-San Francisco 11/29/16
Land Advisors Organization CA-Danville 11/28/16
Value Partners NY-great neck 11/27/16
Rosewood Realty Group NY-New York 10/31/16
JLL OH-Cleveland 10/29/16
JLL MA-Boston 10/20/16