The property industry is a bustling, exciting place in which to work. As an ever-changing market, sprinkled with new legislation, developments and challenges, you can be guaranteed that no two days will ever be the same, regardless of your role.
More and more employers are asking job seekers to attach a Cover Letter to their CV when applying. This letter is often as important, if not more so, than the CV. For advice on how to write the best cover letter, you will hopefully find our guide useful.
A degree is a sign that you have the potential to be a committed worker, but this potential needs a platform on which to be realised - make sure you explore every avenue and find a job that fits what you want from your career. A property role could provide just that.
If you're looking to land a job in property, the first thing you'll need to do is prove to the employer that you're the best candidate for the role. Their initial perceptions will be based on the information you supply right at the start, so it's important to ensure your CV pushes all the right buttons.
If you're studying a property degree at university, interested in switching profession or just have a passing interest in the property industry, it's important to know just what an estate agent does during their working day. This guide will give you an overview of a typical day in the life of an estate agent.
Preparing for a property interview. This Property Personnel guide should point you in the right direction!