Lettings Negotiator | Berkhamsted | £23k-£25k + £6k-£8k OTE


Salary £23-25k + £6-8k OTE, Hols rising to 25 each year of service, supportive and flexible environment

The Lettings Negotiator is an important role within an established agency business.  Well-presented and confident, you’ll be dealing with clients both in person and over the phone.  Excellent communication and organisation skills, meticulous attention to detail, and a good knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint is essential.  You must be a team player but also able to work alone, using your own initiative to manage the lettings department along with the Head of Residential.

The company core values are built on trust, honesty and integrity.

Key responsibilities:

  • Deal with all incoming calls and emails from landlords and tenants

  • Visit all properties available to Let

  • Meet and greet, organise viewings and provide feedback

  • Weekly matching of applicants to properties

  • Negotiating the terms of tenancies and renewals with landlords and tenants

  • Prepare a brochure for the property

What the client is looking for:

  • The company are looking for excellent oral and written communication, a multitasker with good knowledge of the local area

  • You’ll be a natural organiser who thrives in a fast-paced environment

  • Ideally, you’ll be ARLA qualified with relevant experience

 What’s in it for you?

  • A fantastic opportunity to shape the role and make it your own

  • The company is very good at implementing new ideas, allowing you to be creative

  • There is great scope to develop working within fluid boundaries and a flexible fee structure

  • If you would like to study or continue your studies to complete your qualifications the company will support, you

  • An excellent salary £23-25k with approx. £6-8k OTE

Hours 9-6 Monday to Friday and 1 in 2 Saturdays for approx. 3 hours.

Please note due to the number of applications we often receive, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Posted: 19/09/2019