Corporate Real Estate Analyst
There is a job open for a real estate analyst for a corporation that does ground-up development and acquisitions of existing convenience stores. The job title mentions working with the development manager in analyzing and modeling the acquisition of properties and developing/rebuilding of facilities. It mentions doing sale projections as well as site selection, contract negotiation, and learning the development process.
Would working in a corporate real estate role such as this with these kinds of responsibilities be transeferable to more of a principle side development or acquisitions role down the line? Also, would it pigeonhole me in just c-store/retail or are most development skills pretty transferrable to most asset classes?