Land Negotiator – Residential & Mixed Use Land & Development Agent
Permanent Leatherhead, Surrey | £20k to £35k Inc Benefits OTE 35000
Job Posted: 2015-06-22 22 June 2015 Closing date for applications: 22 August 2015
We have been instructed by this well established, privately-owned Residential and Mixed Use Land & Development Agent to recruit an additional Land Negotiator to their successful team.
In an ideal world this individual will have some land or estate agency experience in the north Surrey area, though the attitude of the individual is more important than the experience.
The main function of the job will be to identify and acquire land on behalf of their clients, the House Builders. The role will be mainly office based (Leatherhead) where the successful candidate will be sourcing land/development opportunities within the local authorities, using for example, Google Street, planning applications, etc., and then making approaches to the land owners. At the same time, the role will involve regular liaison with the house builders to ascertain their requirements.
The ideal person profile is as follows:
- 1 to 2 years property related experience, preferably in Land Agency or Estate Agency (Sales)
- Living and working in the Surrey / SW London area
- Deal driven
- Able to work equally well, as part of a team or alone
- Resilient and persistent
- Car driver, with own car
- Computer literate
The area to be covered will include north Surrey and south west London.
The basic salary on offer for this exciting Land opportunity will include a basic salary of c. £16,000 to £20,000 with an element of commission which, based upon the current pipeline of business, would enable the incumbent to earn no less than £30,000 in the first year. This is a Monday to Friday role.
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