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Sales Manager – Hodsons, Didcot branch

Full time / permanent / 39.5 hours Monday - Saturday

(with a day off in the week)

We are recruiting for a full time sales manager to join our Didcot branch of Hodsons.

The ideal candidate will have substantial experience in a property sales environment, ideally with good local knowledge of Didcot and the surrounding areas. They will be used to achieving sales targets while staying customer focused and will be able to manage and develop an established team. They will be able to project manage new initiatives and have the drive and skills to develop and implement initiatives to support marketing and business development.

Candidates should apply directly with a current CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Most people who are happy to instruct an agent to sell their property are usually just as happy to provide a key for the purpose of buyer viewings. And with good reason; the easier it is to gain access to a property, the more likely it is that the estate agent will bring a regular flow of buyers around.

Every town has a variety of styles of estate agent, from the soulless “corporate” agency driven by figures, to the one-man band; from arty-contemporary to pushy-salesy. Each type tends to appeal to a specific sector of the property-owning community, and rightly so – buyers and sellers alike need to feel comfortable working with an agent that reflects their own values.

There is no doubt that the Internet has simplified the property searching process as one way or another it effectively holds a fairly comprehensive list of all available stock on the market. But it is only a tool – best harnessed when it supports the “people” aspect of estate agency.

Sensation sells! The press is having a field day with all sorts of Brexit-related headlines and claims about how the current state of confusion is negatively impacting on the housing market. The reality is that latest figures published by respected sources support our own view that it’s not quite a buyers’ market yet, even though, according to the Nationwide, house prices are just 0.4% higher than this time last year.

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