Our Residential team places estate, block and AST property management related roles into leading managing agents and residential real estate organisations throughout the UK.
Cobalt Recruitment has built valuable connections and an impressive client list over the past decade. From developers to surveying practices and managing agents in the residential sector, we work with leading businesses in the industry that are keen to recruit strong professionals.
We’re always interested in talking to people that are IRPM qualified or who have previous block, estate or AST management experience. It is also beneficial if you are a graduate with a degree in Real Estate or come from a senior hospitality or facilities management background.
Your Residential Property Management Skills
Those looking for their next property management role within the residential sector should possess excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, strong organisation skills as well as considerable knowledge on current legislation (such as the Landlord & Tenant Act and Housing Act 1985).
Our clients are always interested in applicants that can demonstrate previous Residential Property Management experience, in particular strong knowledge of the Section 20 Notice procedure and experience in preparing and setting the service charge budgets
Residential Real Estate Career Progression
At Cobalt Recruitment, our skilled and knowledgeable Residential Real Estate team has extensive experience of sourcing strong candidates for competitive roles. We use our industry contacts to progress your Residential Property Management career and find your next opportunity.
For professionals looking to develop their residential property management experience, take a look at our top tips on ‘How to get a Property Management job’.
If you work across property, estate or AST management we want to hear from you. If you’re looking for your next role, or if you’re interested in discovering your next residential property management candidate please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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