Real Estate Investment Associate Jobs in New Mexico
3 New Mexico Real Estate Investment Associate jobs found on Monster.Jobs 1 to 3 of 3
Description Weichert, Realtors® has grown from a single sales office into one of the nation's leading providers of homeownership services by putting its customers first. A family of full-service real estate and financial services companies, Weichert® offers today’s real estate customer a complete menu of services that includes helping customers buy and sell both residential and commercial real es...
Overview Provide outstanding client service by assisting the Area or Site Manager in the management, monitoring and control of a commercial building or portfolio of buildings, with a focus on building operations, service contracts and financial management. Roles & Responsibilities Client Relationships • Proactively develop and manage client relationships ensuring that expected service levels are a...
Facility Coordinator The Facility Coordinator role provides facility work order assignment and coordination for all building repair & maintenance activities using standardized business processes. Candidate must be self-motivated, detail oriented, and comfortable working in a dynamic team environment with minimal supervision across multiple sites. Candidate must have good oral and written communic...
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