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Better Homes, one of the UAE’s largest realtors in Dubai offers the largest selection of residential and commercial property for sale and lease in the region. Established in 1986, Better Homes is today one of the most reputed and professional realtors in Dubai and the UAE. As a leading real estate company in Dubai and the UAE, Better Homes is backed by a team of certified and specialised consultants who stand ready to serve your property needs.
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UC Davis in Davis, California is seeking an ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF REAL ESTATE SERVICES.

Salary: $6,479.00-$11,662.17 /mo

Reporting to the Executive Director of Real Estate Services, the Director is responsible for planning, implementing and managing a wide range of entrepreneurial projects involving campus real property assets, acquisitions, dispositions and leases in consultation and collaboration with the Executive Director, Assistant Vice Chancellor and Campus Architect and the Vice Chancellor of Administrative and Resource Management. Responsible for negotiation, due diligence and execution of all space leases by the main campus and UC Davis Health System as well as negotiation and execution of all campus real estate acquisitions and dispositions. Manages all property tax issues. Responsible for execution of gifts of real property in coordination with University Relations. Acts as a "lead" for other Analysts in the department.

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add to favorites Director, Research Coordinator, Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate
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Columbia University in the City of New York is currently seeking applications for a Director, Research Coordinator, Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate.

Columbia Business School seeks a Research Coordinator to assist Business School faculty in conducting academic research and special projects for the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate. Current Paul Milstein Center projects include proposing policy solutions to the foreclosure and housing crisis and investigating the functioning of the mortgage and credit markets. For more detailed information about the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate, visit For information on our current research, visit

The candidate will take an active role in qualitative and quantitative research and analysis projects from conception through publication, coordinate information management, develop teaching materials and work with all levels of faculty and staff in a collegial and exciting academic environment.

This position provides an exciting opportunity to gain academic and business research experience with a special focus on fields such as economics, finance, psychology, sociology, statistics and mathematics and would be ideal preparation for a PhD program or other graduate study. In fact, within the last four years, Research Coordinators at the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate have left this position to attend PhD programs at Harvard, Kellogg, New York University, Stamford and Columbia University.

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add to favorites Assistant Director, Acquisitions & Gifts
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The Real Estate & Asset Management Department at the University of Southern California is responsible for the acquisition and disposition of all university-owned property.

USC's University Real Estate& Asset Management is seeking an Assistant Director Acquisitions & Gifts to join its team.

The Assistant Director, Acquisitions & Gifts handles disposition of donated property and gifts-in-kind, oversees and coordinates the diligence and transactional work for acquisitions, development projects, and sales. As Assistant Director, s/he oversees the daily administrative operations of the University Real Estate Office, assists in the development and implementation of procedures, guidelines, and tools required to carry out functions of the department.

The Assistant Director evaluates the financial value and physical condition of property; conducts due diligence and analysis of proposed gift properties and acquisitions; and negotiates purchase and sale contracts. Provides leadership, guidance and supervision to staff and/or student workers.

Job Accountabilities:

Responsible for overseeing the acceptance and disposition of real gift properties and gifts in kind. Assists in the acquisition of University owned properties. Works closely with donor's to facilitate the acceptance of gift properties. Meets with donors to discuss property. Coordinates and oversees compliance of purchase and sale contracts. Addresses title and escrow concerns relevant to transactions.

Prepares property for sale. Negotiates purchase and sale contracts. Administers listing agreements.

The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment.

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