Lettings Negotiator

  • Job Reference: 00028314-1
  • Date Posted: 21 November 2020
  • Recruiter: CV-Library
  • Location: Sheffield
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Real Estate & Property, Facilities Management, Covid-19
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

If you're inspired by all things to do with property, this is your chance to work as a Lettings Negotiator for a forward-thinking and inclusive company in Sheffield. As a full-time Lettings Negotiator, you'll earn around £20,000 to £22000 plus commission. Realistic on target earnings of £27k in year one.

Highlights of Lettings Negotiator role:

As a talented and enthusiastic Lettings Negotiator based in Sheffield, you'll have proven experience in Lettings or property management. In return for your skills, you'll receive an initial salary of up to £22,000 plus commission (which could take it to around £27,000), along with fantastic sales training that will allow you to grow and progress, giving you the ability to increase your potential earnings

Your day-to-day responsibilities as a Lettings Negotiator will include agreeing lets on properties, acting as the first point of contact for valued customers, and providing excellent customer service at all times. Deal with any maintenance issues and administration.

Benefits of this Lettings Negotiator role include:

Uncapped commission with an excellent commission structure
22 days' holiday, plus bank holidays
Fantastic offices and friendly team
Pension and additional benefits

We want to hear from committed and enthusiastic property professionals who have previous Lettings experience of up to 2 years and who want to be part of a great success story and progress their career.

If this Lettings Negotiator role sounds an excellent fit for you, we want to hear from you today. Rest assured, in this time of COVID-19 any interviews and working conditions will follow the latest relevant regulations to ensure your health and safety.

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