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Lettings Negotiator

Lettings Negotiator

Location: Alfreton, Derbyshire

Salary: Very Competitive + Excellent Benefits

Part-Time / Full-Time, Permanent, Monday - Friday

The Client:

A well-established firm, our client specialises in lettings & property management, assisting sellers & landlords to sell or let their property.

The Role:

As a Lettings Negotiator, you will play a pivotal role in conducting property viewings and driving new business opportunities.

Responsibilities:

? Manage inventories, check-out visits, and maintenance reports.
? Building & maintaining strong relationships with landlords & tenants.
? Coordinate tasks via IT systems.
? Meeting monthly targets to earn commission.
? Handling inquiries from prospective tenants.


Requirements:

? Previously worked as a Lettings Negotiator or in a similar role.
? Experience in the property management or lettings sector.
? Skilled in modern work practices, including IT systems, electronic diaries / tasks, and applications.
? Valid UK driving licence and own vehicle.


Benefits:

? Competitive salary
? Company pension
? Bonus scheme
? Company events
? On-site parking


Apply now for this exceptional opportunity to work with a dynamic team and further enhance your career.

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