Lettings is a great career to be in, particularly with so many people choosing to rent property rather than buy. But what does it take to work in lettings for Spicerhaart, either as a Lettings Negotiator or as a Property Manager?
Working as a Lettings Negotiator
As a Lettings Negotiator, you’ll need to be active and well known in your local community, always delivering a 5* service. You’ll be responsible for:
- Registering an applicant’s details
- Booking and conducting property viewings
- Negotiating and securing offers between applicants (tenants) and landlords
- Canvassing the local area for new business and reaching out to our existing landlord database
- Supporting Property Management with pre-tenancy checks
- Advertising and promoting properties through all available channels, including social media, video, leaflets and photography
Working as a Property Manager
Once a property has been let, a Property Manager will be responsible for continuing to deliver a 5* service and:
- Administrating new tenancy agreements or tenancy extensions/renewals
- Facilitating tenants on moving in day and moving out/contract end date procedures
- Co-ordinating with contractors, landlords and tenants in regard to maintenance and/or repair requirements
- Organising annual compliance checks
- Booking and conducting property inspections
- Discussing and resolving rental arrears queries
- Negotiating and returning tenancy deposits once the check-out procedure has been conducted
- Processing eviction requests in accordance with the necessary legal requirements
There’s a lot to learn in terms of relevant legislation, but if you have lots of confidence and are dedicated to customer service, you’ll thrive working for Spicerhaart Residential Lettings.
View our current vacancies to start your lettings career with Spicerhaart.