This summarizes the shift of the real estate market since the early 2000s and yes, that includes the crash of the housing bubble. Right now, there is lacking available brokers for commercial real estate deals, not because there’s lack of inventory but rather an expanding job selection in which people can enter the real estate world including technology and property management.

Key Takeaways:

  • Good news for real estate applicants. But does the increase for more applicants come with an increase in commissions rates and/or salaries?
  • More opportunities in areas of commercial real estate, brokerage and other areas. See how the market is changing.
  • States where the market for real estate applicants is growing.

“There has been a noticeable increase in opportunities that combine property and asset management responsibilities into one position, and the challenge in hiring for property management roles has led some employers to upgrade the position and focus on recruiting a new skill set.”

http://blog.naiop.org/2017/12/where-are-the-real-estate-jobs-2/

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