Property Manager

Title: Property Manager | Property | £20K - £24 | Finchley Road

Industry: HR and administration

Role/Sector: Admin   |   Office manager   |   Project management   |   Operations   |   Customer services

Location: Central London

Placement: Graduate job (permanent)

Salary: £24,000 (per annum)

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Information on the company

Our client is a fast-growing property development company, based in central London. They research, buy, and develop property all around London, generating returns based on planning arbitrage, development returns, marketing knowledge and buying at auction to sell on the main market.


You will be responsible for creating beautiful homes that people want to live in.

Once the project team have finished a development, sales takes over. You will give each project a thorough check over to make sure everything Is finished well and working properly, and will oversee any work required to get it to a perfect finish.


Once snagged, you will dress properties with furniture and decorative items to create a homely, soft environment so buyers get idea of what it would be like to live there and how to use the space.

Whilst a home is on the market, you will visit weekly to make sure that everything is looking tip top to make sure that the unit shows as well as it can do for each and every viewing to maximise the the likelihood of an offer.

In the background, you will be managing the sales operations – keeping a furniture inventory, managing handymen and ensuring they have the materials they need to complete their tasks, arranging sales valuations, supporting conveyancing once a sale has been agreed, and tenants and leaseholders with queries in an after sales capacity.


It is an exciting, varied and rewarding role – we will have over 30 projects for sale by the end of October - which requires excellent organisation, flexibility and both a meticulous and creative eye.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Keep in touch with “Help to buy” to be aware of required updates in the process;
  • Arrange valuations for properties;
  • Dress property with furniture and decorative items;
  • Visit properties to report progress and work outstanding;
  • Liaise with Estate Agents;
  • Provide sales contracts and legal documentation;
  • Manage final snagging issues;
  • Deal with all tenants enquiries from rented properties;
  • Deal with general enquiries from lawyers.


  • Extremely well organised
  • Enjoys getting numerous tasks done
  • Strong communication skills
  • 2+ years working with property management

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