LSL Property Services plc

Accompanied Viewer and Routine Visit Inspector

Estate Agency
Lettings, Other, Sales, Support Functions
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Your Move are looking to recruit an Accompanied Viewer for our estate agency branch in Wigton on a part time, flexible basis - approximately 15 / 20 hours per week.


As one of the most trusted names in the UK and part of the LSL Property Services group, Your Move is proud of its reputation as a professional estate agent. We are also a committed employer and pride ourselves in developing and supporting all our colleagues through professional leadership and career development opportunities. 


Working as an Accompanied Viewer at Your Move you will receive:

  • Hourly rate of pay
  • Fuel Expenses for business mileage
  • Numerous employee benefits which include a company pension scheme, various share buying and saving schemes along with several additional employee discounts

In the role of an Accompanied Viewer you will:

  • Accompany our clients on viewings of properties to sell or rent in line with Company guidelines.
  • Pro-actively promote the benefits of the property to the client.
  • Relay feedback to branch colleagues after viewings have been conducted
  • Conduct Routine inspections of our Rental properties

It is essential that you must be able to work Saturdays and have flexibility with extra weekday hours according to business requirements. You will display excellent customer service, and be a confident communicator, with exceptional organisational skills and excel in time management.


 A full UK driving license and access to your vehicle is essential.


LSL Property Services are dedicated to protecting your data – our Recruitment Privacy Notice can be viewed via the LSL Careers page. 


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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