For a business like a property developer, a property sales advisor is in charge of overseeing the on-site property sales process. This involves activities including setting up and maintaining show homes, responding to buyer inquiries, and creating reports using sales data.
The following responsibilities are part of the job of a property sales advisor:
- Establishing and maintaining on-site show homes and sales suites
- Use marketing strategies to draw customers to new construction projects, such as flyer distribution or open houses
- Answering questions from potential purchasers
- Observing site health and safety regulations
- Coordinating with attorneys, real estate agents, and financial advisors
- Moving forward and securing sales
- Presenting and displaying the benefits and characteristics of the homes that are offered
- Creating reports on the status of sales
Trainee and newly trained sales advisors can earn in the region of £15,000-£18,000.
Trained with experience sales advisors can earn in the region of £25,000 and up to £50,000 with base earnings enhanced by variable bonuses and commission.
Earnings typically depend on location, employer, the stage of your training, your hours worked and the opportunity to work overtime. Please also note that the pay rate figures have come from a variety of reliable sources including:
- National Home Builders
- Home Builder's Sub-Contractors
- The Home Builders Federation
- Construction Recruitment Agencies
Qualifications We Offer
The path to becoming a property sales advisor is varied. There are no set qualifications for admittance, although you may take a college course, sign up for an apprenticeship, receive on-the-job training, or submit an application to an employer.
To determine which path is best for you, investigate these options. Even though a few of these possibilities have educational prerequisites, many companies are more interested in applicants who are passionate, open to learning, and obedient.
To work on a construction site, you might need a Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) card.
As a property sales advisor, you could progress to become a sales manager and sales director. Alternatively, you could transfer your skills into a marketing or public relations role.
The type of job role can differ depending on the employer and the activities involved. Some roles such as trade roles have the opportunity to be self-employed. Often employers offer a variety of employment status and flexibility. The jobs outlined in this website are common across the home building industry, but the job titles may differ from one organisation to another.
Earn While You Learn
All our featured job roles offer different entry-points for school leavers, college leavers, and graduates to commence a career in the industry. There are opportunities to enrol on apprenticeships and other career progression routes.
For most jobs, depending on your qualifications and experience there are also openings for those looking to change career.
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A few (of many) jobs which we are looking to recruit in the home building industry.
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