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Lettings Negotiator Part time

Lettings Negotiator Part time

Posted 20 May by Pertemps Plymouth Commercial
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Are you an experienced Lettings Negotiator?

Our client, a highly reputable local Property Management and Lettings company is looking for an experienced Property and Letting Negotiator to join their team on a part-time basis. 

You must have proven previous experience in residential lettings and have an understanding of property laws, regulations, and best practices in residential lettings. 

Job Details of the Lettings Negotiator:

  • Location: Plymouth City Centre
  • Part Time hours: Monday – Friday 9:30am – 2:30pm (25 hours)
  • Salary £23,000 - £25,000 (Pro Rata)

  • Flexible working hours
  • Close to public transport
  • Company car for staff use

About the Lettings Negotiator Role:
  • Generate new and repeat business opportunities for property appraisals, instructions, viewings, and lets.
  • Handle enquiries from new applicants regarding available properties.
  • Liaise and negotiate agreements to secure lettings.
  • Support the sales progression team and participate in property viewings as required.

Responsibilities of the Lettings Negotiator:
  • Client Management: Serve as the primary contact for landlords and tenants, addressing their inquiries, concerns, and requirements with professionalism.

  • Property Marketing: Employ various marketing channels, including online platforms, social media, and traditional methods, to promote properties and engage potential tenants.

  • Property Viewings: Organise and conduct viewings, showcasing the advantages and features of properties to prospective tenants.

  • Negotiations: Mediate rental negotiations to secure favourable terms that meet the interests of all parties and maximise company revenue.

  • Tenancy Agreements: Oversee the preparation and execution of tenancy agreements, ensuring compliance with legal standards and accurate documentation.

  • Property Inspections: Conduct regular inspections to ensure properties meet the standards agreed upon in tenancy contracts and coordinate timely maintenance.

  • Market Analysis: Monitor market trends, rental values, and competitor activities to provide strategic advice to landlords and optimise rental yields.

  • Administrative Duties: Manage various administrative tasks associated with lettings, such as maintaining records, processing applications, and collecting rents.

Requirements of the Lettings Negotiator:
  • Proven experience in residential lettings with a strong record of successful transactions.
  • Exceptional communication and negotiation skills, capable of establishing strong relationships and resolving disputes effectively.
  • Comprehensive understanding of property laws, regulations, and best practices in residential lettings.
  • Proficient with property management systems and Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Organisational prowess, with the ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritise effectively.
  • A proactive, detail-oriented approach, committed to delivering superior customer service.

Additional Qualifications:
  • Strong interpersonal skills and deep knowledge of the local market.
  • Advanced written and verbal communication abilities.
  • Professional demeanour, with a determined, ambitious, and focused attitude.
  • At least 2 years of experience in a Lettings Negotiator role.
  • Possession of a full UK driving licence is essential.

Why join our client?
This position offers the opportunity to develop your career within a supportive and dynamic environment. You will be part of a forward-thinking team that values innovation and a dedication to excellence.

If you are passionate about property and thrive in a fast-paced, engaging environment, please apply with your CV in Word format today. Please contact Emma Hutchings for more information.

Reference: 52540414

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