The role
Regional Valuers are out in the field, seeing potential future clients and converting them to new instructions. Without businesses to sell, we don't have a business.


About you
You will need to be a professional, driven individual with a real drive to succeed in delivering the very best levels of service, ensuring that the businesses we are instructed to sell are in fact saleable. Covering your region, you will visit potential new clients advising them on the sales process, advising on market value and winning new instructions.


What's in it for me?

  • Attractive basic salary
  • Earn what you want with our uncapped bonus structure
  • Company pension
  • Team building and regular incentives
  • Be part of an award winning team
  • Full training and development
  • Career progression with a growing company
  • Company car or car allowance
  • iPad and mobile telephone.

What will I be doing?

  • Networking and contact building to gain leads and referrals
  • Contacting a database of warm leads to gain appointments
  • Visiting potential clients to value their business and advise on the selling process
  • Selling our products and services in a consultative way
  • Working at and beyond set targets for your region.

Do I need any qualifications or experience?
In short no, but RICS qualifications or previous experience as an Estate Agent or Valuer would be beneficial. Full training is provided so go on…apply! 

Interested in being a Regional Valuer? Please call 01204 556 320 or email for an application form. 

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