Real Estate Clerks

Real estate clerks perform a wide variety of tasks that help real estate agents, real estate developers, construction managers, construction inspectors, building managers, and other real estate professionals do their jobs. These tasks include maintaining files; sorting mail; drafting correspondence; keeping records; typing copies of lists of rental or sales properties for submission to real estate databases or for listing in newspaper want ads; answering telephone calls about available properties or a need for services; making photocopies; preparing mailings (including announcements for open houses or rent notices to tenants); operating office equipment such as photocopiers, fax machines, and switchboards; computing, classifying, recording, and verifying financial data; and producing and processing bills and collecting payments from customers.

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