As a sales executive, you will need to generate leads by networking, cold calling, and marketing yourself and your agency.
Conduct property viewings: You will need to show clients properties that they are interested in, giving them a tour and answering any questions they may have.
As a sales executive, you will be responsible for negotiating deals between buyers and sellers. You will need to be skilled at negotiating prices, terms, and other details.
You will need to market properties that are available for sale or rent, using various channels such as online listings, brochures, and advertisements.
You will need to maintain relationships with clients, providing them with updates and information on their properties and the market.
You will be responsible for preparing contracts, ensuring that they are accurate and legally binding.
You will need to provide advice to clients on buying and selling properties, including information on market trends, financing options, and legal requirements.
As a sales executive, you will need to manage paperwork and ensure that all documents are properly filled out and filed.
You may need to attend events such as open houses, industry conferences, and networking events to promote yourself and your agency.
You will need to stay up-to-date on market trends, regulations, and other developments that may affect the real estate industry