Dallas real estate developer is hiring: REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT ANALYST
Financial modeling support for asset management, development and acquisition decisions
Develop, present, and help execute comprehensive management and optimization strategies for each asset.
Monitor cash flow, distributions and returns.
Work in partnership with the acquisition and operations teams to maximize performance of the portfolio.
Create strategies and communicate recommendations to maximize total return for each asset and increase property values over time; coordinate and execute successful asset dispositions and re-financings.
Ensure adherence to budgets and business plans and effectively communicate changes to Management for approval.
Modify business plan strategies as needed based on operating results and changing fund/investor objectives.
Successfully partner with internal and third-party property management teams, including working with Property Managers, Regional Managers, leasing staff and marketing personnel.
Perform asset-level valuation reviews and hold-sell analysis as needed, including gathering market data, reviewing property performance and measuring each asset against its budgets and goals.
Bachelor in Real Estate, Business, Economics or related field with a strong record of academic achievement.
Master’s Degree highly desirable
1-2 years relevant experience asset management, debt and/or equity investment experience. Relevant internship experience will be considered.
Excellent critical reasoning, quantitative, and analytical skills demonstrated by work experience and academic record
Excel financial modeling including the ability to create original financial models including sensitivities for asset level, fund level, and entity level investments with multi-tier cash flow waterfalls
Ability to present and communicate complex analyses clearly and concisely
Ability to thrive and maintain acute attention to detail in a fast-paced, deadline-driven work environment
Ability to independently learn and quickly establish working proficiency with complex quantitative concepts