Working within Lettings Management offers a diverse and exciting role, allowing you to liaise with a varied client portfolio across many different properties and commercial buildings. The chief duty of a Lettings Manager is to be the intermediary between the tenant and the landlord of a specific property project. As a Lettings Manager, you will demonstrate exceptional leadership skills and be an expert in setting and achieving set targets within the construction industry.
Key responsibilities of a Lettings Manager
Be the main point of contact with a large database of tenants to identify and action their requirements
Arrange and conduct property viewings and proving subsequent feedback to the landlord
Monitor and analyse team performance whilst conducting regular appraisals
Develop a strategic business plan to reflect the company’s key objectives
Actively seek new business ventures and clients to build a solid portfolio
What you need to secure a role in Lettings Management
To reach a Managerial position within Letting, companies usually request previous experience combined with a sufficient understanding of the full lettings process. You may be able to build a career within this field by learning on the job and undertaking relevant training or work experience.
A successful Lettings Manager will be able to demonstrate excellent knowledge of current market trends and possess a proven history of meeting deadlines in a timely and professional manner. You must have strong communication and negotiation skills whilst being able to focus on existing and new business development opportunities.
Contact the Construction Division Team
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