Property Sales, Lettings & Customer Care

Property Sales, Lettings & Customer Care

What is the role of a Later Living Sales Negotiator in the Later Living industry?

A Sales Negotiator in the later living sector plays a crucial role in facilitating the sale or rental of properties within retirement communities or senior living developments. They act as a key point of contact for prospective buyers or renters, guiding them through the sales process and promoting the benefits of the community.

Key responsibilities of a Later Living Sales Negotiator

Client Engagement: Interact with potential buyers or renters, understanding their needs, preferences, and requirements for a retirement living environment.

Property Promotion: Showcase and market available properties within retirement communities, highlighting their features, amenities, and benefits to potential residents.

Sales Process Management: Guide clients through the sales process, providing information, answering queries, and facilitating property viewings to showcase the offerings of the retirement community.

Relationship Building: Build strong relationships with potential buyers or renters, establishing rapport and trust to facilitate successful property transactions.

Main requirements of a Later Living Sales Negotiator

Below are some examples of requirements for a Later Living Sales Negotiator role:

Education: A high school diploma or equivalent is generally required. Some employers might prefer candidates with post-secondary education in sales, marketing, business administration, or a related field.

Sales Experience: Prior experience in sales, preferably in real estate, property sales, or a customer-facing role, is highly beneficial. Experience specifically within the later living sector or retirement communities can be advantageous.

Customer Service Skills: Excellent customer service abilities, including strong communication, active listening, and interpersonal skills to effectively engage with potential buyers or renters.

Negotiation Skills: Proficiency in negotiation techniques to facilitate property sales or rentals while satisfying the needs of both the buyer or renter and the retirement community.

Product Knowledge: Thorough understanding and knowledge of the retirement community, its amenities, features, services, and benefits to effectively promote and sell properties to potential residents.

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