LSL Property Services plc

Sales and Lettings Negotiator

Estate Agency
Lettings, Sales
Advertised Salary
£20,000 to £22,000 OTE
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Bonus Scheme

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Job Profile

Your Move are looking to recruit a Sales and Lettings Negotiator into our Wigton Branch.


Your Move is the UK's largest single branded Estate Agency business and part of the LSL Property Services group. 


In this role you will be responsible for regular communication with clients, negotiating offers between all parties and delivering exceptional customer service both face to face and over the phone. 


Industry experience is preferred but not essential, as a minimum you will need to evidence previous targeted sales experience, and have the ability to work in a fast paced, customer focussed environment.

Working with Your Move you will receive;

  • Professional training provided with our award winning Learning and Development Team
  • Defined career path / progression
  • Uncapped earning opportunities
  • Numerous employee benefits to include Share Save and Pension Scheme.
  • Basic salary of £17,500
  • Guaranteed  Commission for the first 6 months of employment 
  • £20,000 to £22,000 OTE 

It is essential that you hold a full UK Driving licence and have access to your own vehicle. 


Due to the anticipated high volume of applications for this post we cannot, unfortunately, respond to them all. If you do not hear from us, therefore, please assume that your application had been unsuccessful on this occasion but be assured that we will keep your application on file should any similar roles be available in the future.


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We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on your background or needs, if you require any adjustments to make the recruitment process easier please let us know.



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