Real estate surveyors may work in the public sector or in private practice, and often to choose to specialise in either commercial or residential markets.
Real estate surveyors often specialise in areas including agency, asset management, landlord and tenant work and property management.
Surveyors may work on a one-off project for a client, or be retained on a longer-term basis, for example to manage a property portfolio.
Usual office hours apply, although some flexibility and travel may be required.
Real Estate areas can include agency, investment, property management, planning, development and valuation work. Many graduates work in range of departments before specialising.