What does a Real Estate Analyst do?

Real estate analysts provide financial analysis to support the financing, acquisition, marketing and leasing of properties. They provide expert advice to real estate companies and other firms based on economic conditions, market trends, and financial situations. Real estate analysts research market trends and statistics to forecast immediate futures within the industry and determine the best use of cash according to a company's goals. They also perform due diligence to broker real estate deals and interact with sellers and buyers in the commercial sector.

Real estate analysts meet with clients to determine their criteria. They travel to properties and sites to meet with investors, buyers, and or sellers to decide if it fits their needs and criteria. When a suitable location is found, they help negotiate the related deals and transactions by drawing up and gathering necessary paperwork and forms. Real estate analysts need a real estate license for the state in which they are working. Some employers require a bachelor's degree in real estate, accounting, or finance.

EducationBachelor's Degree
Work/Life Balance
3.9 ★
Salary Range--
Career Opportunity
3.8 ★
Avg. Experience2-4 years

Real Estate Analyst Salaries

Average Base Pay

£31,323 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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£21K
Median: £31K
£47K
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Real Estate Analyst Career Path

Learn how to become a Real Estate Analyst, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.

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Real Estate Analyst Insights

Read what Real Estate Analyst professionals have to say about their job experiences and view top companies for this career.
IndustryProIndustryPro
Acquisition Analyst
17 Sep 2021

“I got some great experience for my resume and the pay was a nice little bonus too.”

Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of AmericaNeighborhood Assistance Corporation of America
Housing Counselor
23 Jan 2021

“So many different and helpful ways to ensure continue educations/ trainings that allows you to be better at your job.”

Cushman & WakefieldCushman & Wakefield
Senior Real Estate Analyst
7 Dec 2021

“Great for establishing real estate career and for established veterans”

Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of AmericaNeighborhood Assistance Corporation of America
Housing Counselor
28 Aug 2020

“Training was excellent and I was able to become a well trained housing counselor”

The Blackstone GroupThe Blackstone Group
Real Estate Analyst
11 Oct 2019

“great place to learn what is exceptional.”

MidCap FinancialMidCap Financial
Real Estate Analyst
27 Feb 2021

“Good quality of life balance”

Home Partners of AmericaHome Partners of America
Acquisition Analyst
29 Aug 2020

“Nice people to work with”

Freddie MacFreddie Mac
Multifamily Real Estate Analyst
30 Sep 2019

“The career progression is tough”

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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a real estate analyst

When working as a real estate analyst, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are SQL SAS, Microsoft Office Suite, Reviews, Observational and Microsoft Office Software.

The most similar professions to real estate analyst are:
  • Leasing Agent
  • Realtor
  • Controller
  • Accountant

The most common qualifications to become a real estate analyst is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.