Real Estate Director Resume Sample

This reverse chronological resume format lists job experience starting with your most recent position and ending with your first job. Is widely accepted and is applicable to most job seekers. The reverse chronological order resumes are easy to read and can highlight career growth.

This format suit those whose career goals are clearly defined and whose job objectives align with their work history. Check the reverse chronological resume advantages & disadvantages. The reverse chronological order resume format is preferred by most job recruiters.

In addition, you may search for resume samples by industry or by career situation and enhance your resume with keywords by industry.


FirstName LastName
Street Address
City, ST ZipCode, Country
Phone #
Email Address


Corporate real estate director offering significant accomplishments during a 15-year history, providing domestic and international commercial real estate services within two Fortune 100 corporations and a premier real estate service provider. Industry experience includes banking, industrial manufacturing, financial services, and travel. Currently leading a team of real estate professionals involved in the delivery of leased properties, requiring knowledge of core businesses, real estate markets, and existing portfolio. Background includes leasing, sales, acquisitions, and divestiture of office, land, warehousing, manufacturing and retail/call centre operating facilities. Working knowledge of property management, accounting principles and financial markets, and utilization of negotiating, deal structuring, and financial analysis skills.

Earned a master's degree in international business and management. Strong background in law with the ability to review documents in a discriminating manner, looking for liabilities that could affect the corporation's bottom line. Computer skills include Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Office (Word and Excel), and Lotus Notes.

Director, 1998 - Present
Maintain accountability for the delivery of projects and transaction segment of a $20 million annual base-rent commitment real estate portfolio, consisting of 122 properties in the southern United States and the Caribbean. Focus on understanding the business and key business drivers, matching real estate solutions and strategies, and presenting cost-effective alternatives. Lead the transaction management delivery team involved in locating prospective space and negotiating leases, while partnering with the project management team to deliver cost-effective and timely real estate projects for the client. Secure financial approval for projects from the client's senior real estate committees. Maintain relationships with senior client business leaders to identify real estate solutions in keeping with long-term business unit and corporate business strategies. Serve as liaison with landlords of major leased properties to maintain solid working relationships.
· Southern Region team completed 90 real estate projects in 2000, totalling 200,000 RSF (projects included new leases, lease renewals, subleases, and lease terminations/buyouts).
· Led team that recently completed negotiations for an 80,000 RSF lease renewal/build-to-suit project in Florida, resulting in a $500,000 save off the approved budget.
· Created course materials and led panel teaching transaction managers in a proper review of leases.
OCTAGON, INC., Houston, Texas
Manager, 1978 - 1998

Managed a multi-million dollar real estate leasing portfolio of 205 domestic and international leased properties. Coordinated and directed the management of a portfolio of 160 owned properties, with responsibility for marketing and selling surplus real estate. Served as the real estate liaison between internal corporate headquarters' staff and external brokerage firms and landlords. Supervised an executive assistant and represented the company's interests when working with outside brokerage firms, outside counsel, and subsidiaries' management and landlords.
· Generated $5 million from the sale of 10 major manufacturing and warehousing properties in over a 3-year time frame
· Participated on a 15-member corporate acquisition and divestiture team with personal responsibility for reviewing real estate due diligence materials and scheduling liabilities prior to acquisition; completed 11 divestitures in 5 years and assignments were completed for 175 leases.
· Reviewed and negotiated 100 property leases and renewals that amounted to $52 million in base rent commitments for 2 years; a total of 27% were international leases.
· Worked with MIS staff to develop, test, and implement real estate database programs.
· Managed subleased office space in New York City that produced $385,000 in annual profit for 6 years.

Coordinator, Real Estate Leasing
Managed a domestic and international real estate portfolio with more than 400 leases. Created this position from ground zero, working with attorneys formerly handling these responsibilities before real estate leasing operations were separated from the law department.

Trademark Paralegal
Coordinated the application and renewal process for more than 2,000 trademark registrations, with 30% registered in international countries. Maintained a registration tracking database. Supervised a patent docket clerk.

HELIX BANK, Houston, Texas
Legal Assistant, 1976 - 1978
Processed all legal documents served on the bank, including IRS tax levies, garnishments, court orders, and death notices. Created legal assistant's position for the bank.
B.S., International Business - Management, 1994
Mercer University
Bachelor of Arts

Certificate -Lawyer's Assistant Program

Licensed Real Estate Broker - State of Texas
Master of Corporate Real Estate (MCR) - International Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives

International Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives (NACORE)

Use the Country Job Search or Job Search in Country job search engines!

Remember that your resume must be targeted, scannable and generate hits. If you have difficulty with your resume writing instead of staring at a blank piece of paper, use resume samples and resume templates or:

Most recruiters expect to receive a cover letter together with your CV or resume.
So, prepare a cover letter convincing the reader why you are the best candidate for the interview.
If you have difficulty with your cover letter writing use one of these:

Other Real Estate Director Resume Sample Info

To be successful in your country job search and getting the jobs you want, you need to prepare a cover letter and CV or resume which you must email instantly to the prospective employers selected during a job search.

When you receive an invitation to the interview, you may apply for a visa and work permit. Then prepare yourself for a job interview and take a look at typical job interview questions, job interview tips and other job search skills.

Check the job interview dos & don'ts and other job search skills pages. Find out why people are not hired for available jobs.

Follow up the job interview with a thank you letter. Employers regard this as an indication of your final interest in the position.

In addition, on job search, visas, work permit, cover letter, CV & resume, job interview and dress codes pages, you can find tips for many different countries.

Good luck with the Real Estate Director resume sample.