Our client is an independent agency located in the heart of Warwick that offer a highly specialised and personalised service selling and letting properties. They cover Warwick, Leamington Spa, Kenilworth, Stratford-upon-Avon, and all other surrounding Warwickshire villages.
Their knowledge of the property market and the types of property they deal with allows them to offer practical advice to clients. This is combined with their knowledge of the area, which is delivered by local experts who have been living and working in and around Warwickshire for many years. Clients can benefit from their wealth of information on local schools, amenities, pubs, and even where to get the best Sunday lunch.
They currently have a letting operation, but the opportunity certainly hasn’t been grown and invested in previously and they are now looking for someone hit the ground running and properly start up their lettings department.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone currently working in lettings who is keen to take on more responsibility and the idea of running their own department appeals.
The ideal candidate must have knowledge of the local area and preferably have experience as a Lettings Manager or a Senior Negotiator / Experienced Lettings Agent who is ready for the step up. You must be able to prove a track record in generating new business, be resilient, positive, and friendly. A highly motivated individual looking for an opportunity to run a team in the coming months.
This role requires an all-rounder as you will be expected to look after the existing portfolio of under 20 properties, generate and undertake valuations, book viewings etc. You therefore need a solid understanding of lettings and the housing act. ARLA would be an advantage but no essential.
You must hold a Full UK driving licence as you will be out and about doing valuations and viewings.
In return they are offering a salary from £25,000 - £40,000 per year, depending on experience. and you will have the chance to run an entire lettings department once it grows.
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