Transactions make up the inception of real estate control... Every real estate acquisition, disposition or lease agreement requires proper execution. Real estate transaction & closing coordinators fulfill an array of responsibilities working on with the buyer/lessee, seller/lessor or transactional between parties marshalling the deal agreement to a closing. Roles can range from transactional coordinator to closing coordinator, acquisition due diligence to title and conveyancing to contracts drafting to negotiations. Often backed with some legal knowledge, service providers to real estate transactions interface with many other real estate fields, such as property managers or underwriters, to secure all available information for smooth execution of a deal.
|Role / Company||Location||Posted|
|Senior Manager, Real Estate CounselMacerich Management Company||Dallas, TX||May 20, 2022|
|Senior Manager, Real Estate CounselMacerich Management Company||Phoenix, AZ||May 20, 2022|
|Senior Manager, Real Estate CounselMacerich Management Company||Santa Monica, CA||May 20, 2022|
|Director - LegalLivCor, LLC||Chicago, IL||May 18, 2022|
|Senior AnalystLivCor, LLC||Chicago, IL||May 16, 2022|
|Analyst/Associate, Transactions (OPB)Stockbridge||San Francisco, CA||May 10, 2022|
|Real Estate Closing AssociateNew York Life Real Estate Investors||New York, NY||May 10, 2022|
|Loan Closer - Commercial Real EstateSitus||New York, NY||May 9, 2022|
The Future of Transaction Coordinators
Deal structures in real estate evolve, and combined with a constant flow of new debt and equity products utilized in deal making, service providers to real estate transactions must be up to speed and familiar with these financial elements. As the complexity of real estate transactions continues to increase, demand for expertise at many junctures in the real estate transaction grows. Success in any aspect of the real estate transaction process requires attention to detail, strong analytical skills, and the ability to provide expertise in a changing environment.