Property Manager - Mandarin or Cantonese Speaking

Posted 31 January 2023
Salary£30000 - £35000 per annum
Job type Permanent
DisciplineProperty Sales, Lettings & Customer Care
Contact NameWill Ibbetson

Job description

Property Manager - North Acton - Mandarin or Cantonese speaking

Come and work at one of London's leading privately-owned estate agencies where progression is unlimited.

This London-based property agency are well known within the world of real estate. They are looking for a well-organised individual who can bring their positive energy to the established Property Management department. You will manage 100 properties and are expected to continuously deliver a tailored experience and exceptional service levels, to both Landlords and Tenants to upkeep their award-winning reputation.

The role will be based in North Acton.

Our Property Manager needs:

  • To be the main point of contact between landlords and tenants throughout tenancies.
  • To speak fluent Mandarin or Cantonese as the portfolio is primarily landlords based in China.
  • To provide impartial and fair advice based on industry guidelines.
  • Coordinate contractors to address maintenance issues and arrange property improvement.
  • Coordinate all purchases, deliveries, exchanges and removals.
  • Process all relevant notices.
  • Agree renewals and draw up contracts accordingly.
  • Propose, negotiate and agree deposit deductions based on dilapidation's.
  • Arrange Gas Safety inspection, boiler services and all other compliance requirements.


  • Up to £35,000 Plus Bonus
  • Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:30pm.
  • 2 days Work from home
  • Enhanced maternity and paternity leave
  • Time off for charity work
  • KPI Bonuses
  • Rewards for lengths of service
  • Pension Scheme
  • Propertymark Qualification
  • Private Healthcare

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