At Buying Agent Partnership, our property finders operate as independent limited companies but with the backing of a nationally renowned brand created by leading experts in the sector.
Due to ambitious growth plans, we are now looking for high calibre people to offer our professional buying agent service in several parts of the UK.
Whilst an interest and experience in residential property is extremely useful, your personality and enthusiasm can be just as important as your professional background. We are looking for individuals who are committed to investing in and building up their own business, and who are always on the look-out for new and innovative ways to deliver an exceptional quality of service to their clients.
We offer ambitious property professionals a wide range of support including dedicated pages on our national website, regular blog articles focusing on your area, social media presence, stationery and a professional telephone receptionist service.
This is a unique business opportunity with significant freedom in developing your business to reflect the property market in your area and your ambition.
You might have previously worked as a property agent, or simply have plenty of life experience buying and selling property.
Either way it is crucial that you understand the entire process and feel confident advising others, offering considered opinions and answering their questions.
You will also need an excellent knowledge of, and live within your chosen business territory, as you may be expected to advise on schooling, transport and general quality of life in the area.
Using your knowledge of the local area is critical for building up an awareness of off-market properties, and up-and-coming areas.
With this in mind, we are looking for individuals with excellent networking skills and who feel confident seeking out further business development opportunities.
A successful property finder will have excellent listening skills and high levels of emotional intelligence in order to establish what exactly their client is looking for, possibly before they even realise it themselves.
You will act as a sounding board for their concerns and help suggest realistic solutions.
To ensure that the property finding process goes as smoothly as possible, you will need to provide the information your client needs to feel comfortable and confident in their decisions.
This may involve multiple visits to the same property, taking photographs or video and then writing up detailed reports.
It often also involves co-ordinating input from other professional advisers such as surveyors or solicitors.
Once a buying decision has been made, it is time to negotiate. You will take the lead at this stage, ensuring that the client pays a fair and reasonable price for the property.
You are not expected to provide a professional valuation but may help in obtaining reports and estimates to help advise your client on the full cost of the property.
If this sounds like you and you’d like to find out more, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a convenient time for a confidential discussion.