Build to Rent and Private Rented Sector jobs

The private rented sector (PRS) and build-to-rent sector (BTR) are rapidly growing areas of the property industry in the UK. This is within an industry that has been traditionally dominated by small-scale private landlords.

The build-to-rent market is aiming to differentiate itself from private landlords, who are more likely to be tarred with the image of poor-quality accommodation and bad service. The emergence of investor and developer led PRS schemes are looking to provide a quality product to meet rising tenant expectations.

They are looking to offer a life-style environment and targeting a specific group of tenants – 25-35 year olds – and tend to be suited to professionals, with excellent transport links usually provided. They add amenities such as concierge and life-style facilities, that include social spaces, work areas, communal gardens, gyms and many more.

They are trying to create a community spirit that tenants want to be a part of, as tenants who feel they are part of a community tend to stay longer. This in turn reduces the risk of rent voids.

It is a sector heavily driven by exceptional customer service skills – the tenant is your client!

Learn more about this career in our guide, A career in Build-to-Rent and the Private Rental Sector- everything you need to know.

 


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Tenancy Coordinator for this highly successful developer in Wembley Park, North West London »

This is an exciting opportunity to join this rental lifestyle business as a Tenancy Co-ordinator. Joining the leasing team of this highly regarded developer, you will be working in the vibrant Private Rented Sector (PRS) at the £3bn regeneration of Wembley Park (the 85 acres around the National Stadium). By 2024, this development will consist of 5,000 new rental apartment homes in what will be the largest single Build to Rent scheme in the UK.

Permanent Middlesex | £28k to £32k Inc Benefits

Portfolio Manager at this Private Family Office in Mayfair, Central London »

The ideal candidate will have several years’ experience within Property Management, both residential and commercial portfolios. The role will involve managing a portfolio of high-end properties including private households, residential lettings and commercial buildings; therefore, previous experience dealing with high-end clientele and properties within central London is essential…

Permanent Central London | £35k to £40k