Land Acquisition Jobs in New Jersey

Responsible for establishing deals to obtain land for construction projects. Land acquisition personnel conduct land opportunity assessments to determine potentially high-profit sites for development. They collect data for and present packages that include information such as specific details about the site and market analysis. They are also involved in coordinating the due diligence process to search for any problems with the property.

Land acquisition employees must have strong communication skills, as they must interact with banks, developers, and property owners to negotiate contracts. They must also be proficient with written correspondence to compose letters of intent making potential sellers an offer for their land.

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Land Development Project Manager - NJ

  • Mount Laurel, NJ
  • moments ago
Horton, Inc. is currently looking for an Land Development Project Manager....

Project Manager (Land Development)

  • Bohler Engineering
  • Warren, NJ
  • 30+ days ago
Overview At Bohler, we empower the ambitious to become the accomplished. This greater purpose connects us with like-minded professionals, fosters meaningful relationships, and generates the...

Project Manager - Land Development

  • BL Companies
  • Cherry Hill, NJ
  • 60+ days ago
Required Experience: PE License 10+ years experience in Land Development Supervision of full time staff...

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Land Acquisition Online Courses and Training Opportunities

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Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
Taught by instructors with decades of experience on Wall Street, this Professional Certificate program equips analysts and associates with the skills they need to rise in the M&A field. Directors...

Accounting for Mergers and Acquisitions: Foundations
This course aims at assisting you in interpreting financial accounting information related to inter-corporate investments. The course will cover three main topics over four modules: (i) accounting...

Salary for Land Acquisition Jobs Nationwide

Estimated salary range based on data from US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and iHireConstruction research efforts.

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Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Land Acquisition positions.


Highest Education Level

Land Acquisitions in New Jersey offer the following education background
  • Bachelor's Degree (44.6%)
  • Master's Degree (21.5%)
  • High School or GED (10.7%)
  • Vocational Degree or Certification (9.4%)
  • Associate's Degree (7.7%)
  • Doctorate Degree (3.2%)
  • Some College (2.3%)
  • Some High School (0.6%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Land Acquisitions in New Jersey
  • None (27.6%)
  • 2-4 years (24.0%)
  • 1-2 years (22.1%)
  • 4-6 years (11.3%)
  • Less than 1 year (8.9%)
  • 6-8 years (4.5%)
  • 10+ years (1.6%)

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