Commercial Real Estate Management

Commercial Real Estate Management 2018-05-08T15:18:03+00:00

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT is like being the mayor of a small city.

You are literally responsible for everything that is happening within the building. Exciting jobs with good compensation and excellent opportunities for career advancement are available in property and facility management, asset and portfolio management, leasing and brokerage, engineering, and more.



Career Opportunities Await You in Commercial Real Estate
Recruiters are looking for candidates with degrees in business, real estate, accounting and finance to communications, marketing and engineering.
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Be a part of a global, multibillion-dollar business.
The commercial real estate industry is a significant driver of the U.S. economy. The 10.5 billion square feet of commercial office space located within the markets served by BOMA International’s U.S. local associations generated $89.1 billion in operational expenditures to the benefit of workers and businesses within their host jurisdictions, contributing nearly $235 billion to the national gross domestic product (GDP). These numbers reveal that this otherwise “hidden” industry—frequently overlooked by the millions of office workers who take for granted the properties they occupy each work day—is a major force in U.S. commerce.
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Nearly 1/3 of U.S. workers work in a BOMA member building.
Commercial real estate also is one of the leading employers in the U.S. Office building operations both directly and indirectly support 1.75 million jobs locally, statewide and nationally. In addition, buildings owned and managed by BOMA members provided work space for an estimated 46.9 million office jobs—meaning roughly one-third of all U.S. workers work in BOMA office space.
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Scholarship Supports Emerging Professionals
The J. Michael Coleman Scholarship covers registration and related costs for young or emerging professionals to attend commercial real estate's premier education and networking event - the BOMA International Annual Conference & Expo.
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The Biggest Asset in Commercial Real Estate is its People
Explore the day in the life of a commercial real estate professional and discover the diverse and exciting career opportunities that await you.
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The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International is a federation of 89 BOMA U.S. associations and 18 international affiliates. Founded in 1907, BOMA represents the owners and managers of all commercial property types including nearly 10.5 billion square feet of U.S. office space that supports 1.7 million jobs and contributes $234.9 billion to the U.S. GDP. Its mission is to advance a vibrant commercial real estate industry through advocacy, influence and knowledge.​​

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