Your primary role as an Acquisition Manager is to locate, evaluate, and acquire new real estate assets that match the company's investment strategy. You will be in charge of the acquisition process from start to finish, from sourcing and analysing viable assets to negotiating and executing transactions.
Some specific responsibilities of an Acquisition Manager may include the following:
● Conducting market research to identify potential investment opportunities that fit within the company's investment strategy and financial goals.
● Analysing financial data and market trends to evaluate the feasibility and profitability of potential investment opportunities.
● Establishing and maintaining relationships with property owners, agents, and other influential real estate stakeholders in order to uncover fresh investment opportunities.
● Conducting due diligence and feasibility studies on potential investment opportunities to evaluate potential risks and returns.
● Negotiating and executing purchase agreements and other contracts with property owners and developers.
● Managing the acquisition process from start to finish, including coordinating with internal legal, finance, and asset management teams.
● Maintaining a solid understanding of local and national property acquisition and development regulations.
● Managing budgets and timelines for acquisition projects and ensuring that projects are completed within the expected timeframes and budgets.
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