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Estate Agent Jobs and Property Recruitment with Property Personnel

Property Personnel is a leader in the field of estate agency recruitment. Armed with more than 75 years of industry experience, our team is ready to help talented workers from across the UK as they search for the perfect roles in the rewarding world of property.

We also work closely with some of the sector's biggest employers to ensure they're able to find the right people when the time comes to fill a vacancy. What's more, we take pride in keeping the whole process simple and professional for maximum efficiency.

Are you looking for your dream estate agency job?

We have a sizeable database of employers based all over the UK, many of which are currently looking for hardworking and talented people to help them grow. We're able to use our expertise in real estate and recruitment to ensure you're matched with the most suitable company and role.

Our job is to find your job, but our work doesn't stop with an effective vacancy-matching service. We're actually here to support you through every part of the process: from application through to the interview stage and eventually placement. Whether you need to bring an old CV up to scratch or could just do with some interview preparation tips, we'll be there to assist.

To find out more about what we can do for you, get in touch today. Give us a call on 020 7792 9779 or get in touch via and one of our consultants will contact you within 24 hours.

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