Commercial Real Estate Sales Representative Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Commercial Real Estate Sales Representative in United States

The average salary of a(n) Commercial Real Estate Sales Representative in United States is $53,943.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Commercial Real Estate Sales Representative in United States is $25.93.

The average bonus of a(n) Commercial Real Estate Sales Representative in United States is $7,957.00.

Job Description:

Sells, rents, and buys property for clients for a commercial real estate firm. Creates commercial real estate services and solicits owners in order to obtain new listings. Examines property listings to become familiar with properties for sale. Accompanies prospects to property sites, quotes purchase price, describes features, and discusses conditions of sale or terms of lease. Draws up real estate contracts, such as deeds, leases, and mortgages. Reviews trade journals and attends staff and association meetings to keep informed of marketing conditions, commercial property values, and legislation that would affect real estate industry. Interviews prospective clients to solicit listings. Accompanies prospects to property sites, quotes purchase price, describes features, and discusses conditions of sale or terms of lease. Draws up real estate contracts, such as deeds, leases, and mortgages, and negotiates loans on property. May negotiate loans on property. May hold broker's license. May assist buyer and seller in obtaining pertinent information or services, such as finance, maintenance, repair, or obtaining an appraisal. May obtain pictures and measurements of rooms, doors, windows, or any other specified areas for inclusion in newspaper advertisement and real estate booklets listing description of property. May inspect property to determine if repairs are needed and notify owner. May conduct seminars and training sessions for sales agents to improve sales techniques. May prepare closing statements, oversee signing of real estate documents, disburse funds, and coordinate closing activities. Less

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