Estate Agent Sales Negotiator

Clifton Gray
February 26, 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom
Job Type
£30,000 - £40,000


Our client is a highly successful multi branch property organisation who have a reputation for providing first class customer service. They are currently seeking an experienced Sales Negotiator to join their team at their Manchester City Centre office.

You will be working with a dynamic team of property professionals and will be responsible for the sales functions in the office. The role involves the marketing of both sales properties, arranging viewings, negotiating sales and seeing the transaction through to completion. This is an extremely varied role which you will spend half of your days out of the office on viewing appointments.

Our client requires a self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a target driven environment and is passionate about property!

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Arranging valuations
  • Generating new business
  • Sourcing and advertising new properties
  • Arranging and attending viewings
  • Working to daily targets
  • Negotiating sales
  • Sales progression
  • Working closely with the lettings team
  • Selling to investors and owner occupiers

The ideal candidate will have experience within the estate agency sector (or customer facing sales experience) and will be looking for an opportunity within a company that can provide ongoing training, career progression and fantastic benefits.

This role offers a basic salary of £20,000 - £25,000 and generous commission structure with an OTE of £30,000 - £35,000. It will include working every other Saturday (with a day off during the week). You must also have a full clean driving license to attend viewings (a company pool car will be available to use).

This is a fantastic opportunity not to be missed. Please send your CV to Stephanie Jones to be considered for the role.

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