Joe Armato is a Real Estate Developer who found his dream job and he loves what he does. Prior to his career in real estate development, he graduated from Sobelsohn School of Insurance in New York, became a licensed contractor and founded Nationwide Contracting and Consulting Inc.
Real estate development is also referred to as property development. Real estate developers specialize in creating new developments or renovating existing ones. In addition, they must market their development and sell them or the development would be considered a failure. Developers generally work on a large scale. They look at properties and see the potential for building, remodeling and subsequently selling it.
Real Estate developers come from many different fields and as such you don’t necessarily have to go to school for real estate development unless you know beforehand that this is the career you wish to pursue. Many developers begin as architects, construction, and based on our experience with Armato, we can add licensed public adjuster to the list. As a developer, you may decide to start your own company and branch off on your own, work for a real estate company that focuses on a particular type of real estate such as hotel development, or work for a development consultancy agency that gets hired to help clients develop their own project. To become a real estate developer, you may follow these steps for certain success: