Lettings Negotiator

Location London
Discipline: Estate Agency
Salary: £16,000 to £18,000 per annum, OTE £30,000
Contact name: Chris Wray

Contact email: chris@spearrecruitment.co.uk
Job ref: CW1306
Published: 21 days ago
Startdate: ASAP

Lettings Negotiator

Salary: £16,000 to £18,000 per annum, OTE £30,000

Our valued client is looking to employ an experience Lettings Negotiator

Responsibilities include:

  • Conducting lettings viewings, booking them and liaising with landlords.

  • Receiving and processing a tenant’s application including referencing and other checks

  • Chasing completion of an application and informing all relevant parties of updates

  • Ensuring all files and the property is correct and ready for check-in 24 hours before

  • Diary management and conducting check-ins

  • Complete pre-move in paperwork and after move-in paperwork

  • Updates daily on software application / viewings / tenant insurance / tenant withdrawn

  • Landlord updates throughout tenancy including liaising with accounts

  • Written communication by email and letters

Experience / Qualities Required for the Lettings Negotiator.

  • Experience in customer face to face and telephone communication ideally in an active and busy letting agency environment

  • Good clear written and oral English

  • IT proficient with good keyboard skills. Experience with Alto property software would be a clear advantage.

  • Microsoft Word and Excel proficient

  • Excellent attention to detail and an organised manner

  • The ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure

This Lettings Negotiator vacancy is being managed by Chris Wray at Spear Recruitment Ltd

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