Lettings Negotiator

Posted 15 May by GCB Recruitment

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Do you have experience in Lettings and are looking for a new and exciting opportunity?

Our clients are offering a great opportunity to join their successful team in the Leeds area. They are looking to employ someone with experience in property with knowledge of the local area as a Lettings Negotiator. 

Working hours:

Monday to Friday with Saturdays on a rota basis

Our clients are offering the successful Lettings Negotiator:

  • Up to £24,000 basic salary DOE
  • Up to £26,000 OTE
  • Ongoing training & support
  • Career progression
  • Use of pool car for viewings
  • Opportunity to work for a well-respected agency!

To be considered for the role of Lettings Negotiator, you must have the following:

  • A Professional and friendly telephone manner
  • Experience working as a Letting Negotiator with a strong proven track record
  • Excellent customer service, administration & communication skills
  • Strong computer skills
  • Full driving licence
  • Career minded approach
  • High attention to detail with excellent organisational skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure and to deadlines

Duties will include, but not be limited to:

  • Greeting customers and answering incoming calls and queries
  • Booking valuations
  • Booking and conducting viewings
  • Dealing with general enquiries from landlords and tenants
  • Matching ideal tenants to each property
  • Negotiating tenancy terms and renewals

Due to the high amounts of applications if you have not been contacted within 7 days, please consider your application unsuccessful.

This job has been posted by GCB Agency Recruitment Ltd which is acting as the Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy, working on behalf of their client, who is confidential at this stage.

Reference: 52662146

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