Commercial Property Definition

commercial property negotiator

Are you an experienced or a junior Estate Agency Sales Negotiator or Letting Negotiator that is looking to break into the world of Commercial Real Estate?

Benefits of working with the commercial estate include no weekends and business hours rather than late nights and endless Saturday working!

Commercial property comprises a wide selection of business properties such as offices, hotels, restaurants, shops and shopping centres – in a nutshell, anything that can be used by a business activity and market.

Frequently, if you are employed by a commercial agency, you will generally have a higher salary with less commission-based earnings, unlike the residential sector which pays a lower basic salary with more OTE opportunities.

General Duties and Responsibilities in a Commercial Property Definition:

  • As a Commercial Property / Sales Negotiator, your day will be varied and you will be actively touting for business by making contact with potential customers both in person and over the phone on a B2B basis.
  • You will be matching clients to suitable commercial properties and overseeing the negotiation process ensuring the highest level of customer service.
  • Identify opportunities to upsell and cross-sell additional products.
  • Ensure all information is accurately recorded on the database
  • Liaise with internal and external contacts as required.
  • Exceed all other calls, activity and income targets
  • Use the opportunity log to maintain satisfactory standards in applicant contact and management
  • Assist in the company goal to create largest active market share of any agent in the area
  • Maintain sufficient personal outbound call activity to achieve above objectives
  • Create records for all customer communications and where appropriate email this communication to customers
  • Provide exceptional customer service at all times to encourage commendations and recommendations
  • To promote the department both internally and externally

The most common Job Requirements of a Commercial Property Definition are:

  • You will be money hungry, target driven and determined to succeed in this competitive industry.
  • No industry experience is often necessary, as full training will be provided including employer funded industry qualifications but previous experience in a sales/customer service environment is an advantage.
  • You must have a current, full driving license.
  • You must be extremely well presented, highly articulate and a team player who is willing to ‘muck in’ and actively contribute to the overall success of the business.

Now that you know you have some clear ideas about what is a commercial property definition, don’t waste any time, check the commercial property jobs in our sales negotiator job board: you can decide whether you prefer to view all existing commercial property jobs or you can specify if you prefer a specific role in it, like:

Don’t forget to upload your CV, so that property recruitment agencies will find you easily while recruiting for commercial property jobs!

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