How much do Estate Agents get paid?

So, how much can an Estate Agent expect to be paid in their career?

At Spicerhaart, we have a competitive basic salary, topped up by uncapped commission which could give you a generous average annual income.

In addition to this, we offer profit share, pension and a fantastic company car or car allowance, along with some of the best training and coaching in the Industry.

You’ll also get rewarded for every five star review you get on Google from a named customer that you’ve responded to. It’s a brilliant incentive for doing your job well.

As you work your way up the ranks through the different roles, you’ll be offered an enhanced package including higher model cars.



At Spicerhaart we have developed our LEAD (Leadership, Empowerment and Development) Programme, for those with a growth mind-set that are willing to work their way up to senior positions. This will enable you to take on more responsibility and earn more.

Our top performers can earn more than £100,000 a year and are rewarded in other ways too, including memorable trips overseas. We’ve taken our award winners to Abu Dhabi, New York, Dubai, Texas and Bangkok – each and every one a trip of a lifetime.

Plus you’ll often see thank you gifts of flowers and Champagne arrive if you’ve done really well and undertaken your job brilliantly.

Some factors may also determine your level of pay, such as location, qualifications and the economic climate. This is why Spicerhaart’s range of options around the country gives anyone looking for a job an abundance of prospects.

But, all in all, your pay reflects your success. If you are driven, you can expect a higher take home pay and further progression. If you need more advice on how to gain this success, take a look at our top tips for success.



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