Full-Time Real Property Agent – 2 Openings!
- Acquire rights of way for highway construction.
- Contact property owners regarding right of way to be acquired, explain plans, describe right of way to be acquired, make monetary offers based on appraisal/damages, and explain how appraisal offer amount was determined.
- Prepare deeds and easement agreements for the acquisition of rights of way on highway projects and secondary roads.
- Handle relocation assistance for a highway project by assisting displaced residential and displaced businesses moving and relocating off the proposed right of way.
- Assist in moving personal property including signs, billboards, and other items that are associated with project clearing.
- Assist individuals in locating, purchasing, and/or renting replacement property.
- Collaborate with the Property Management team and provide local assistance in the clearance of right of way through the sale/disposal of structures/buildings acquired with the right of way.
- Collaborate with Utility Unit staff in the relocation/adjustment of utilities on primary/secondary roads.
- Assist and collaborate with our Attorney General’s office in the litigation/mediation of condemnation cases.
- Experience composing written communication effectively with different audiences.
- Experience managing multiple priorities within specified time requirements.
- Skills performing work-related tasks independently with limited supervision.
- Great teamwork skills.
- Experience reading and interpreting design documents, legal documents, business documents or construction plans.
- Ability to:
- Contact the public on a daily basis on their property in various settings to advise owners of their rights and how they will be affected by the project.
- Interpret highway right of way and construction plans, including cross-sections and typical sections of profiles.
- Prepare legal instruments of conveyance describing areas of right of way and easements to be acquired.
- Interpret and convey to the public the requirements of federal, state, and local laws and regulations concerning the acquisition of highway right of way.
- Interpret and convey requirements of federal/state regulations regarding the Uniform Relocation Act.
- Night and weekend work may be required.
- You must become a Notary Public from the NC Secretary of State’s office within 6 months of hire and maintain it throughout employment.
- Bachelors degree in Business, Economics, Real Estate or related field (i.e., Civil or Structural Engineering, Architecture), and
- 2+ years experience in general real estate; or
- High school/GED diploma and
- 7 years experience in general real estate; or
- An equivalent combination of education and experience.
- We may consider trainee candidates if there are no qualified who meet the minimum education and experience. Trainees may be paid lower than the listed hiring range, and it will be adjusted up as you obtain the education and experience to fully meet the position qualifications.
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