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Property, Housing and Estate Managers

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£34,351

Median salary

New workers start around £18,840.86. Normal pay is £34,351 per year. Highly experienced workers can earn up to £57,951.76.

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Subjects achieved a 100% pass rate, including Maths, Further Maths, Physics, English Literature and Spanish.

About this career

  • Examines and assesses housing applications, advises on rent levels, investigates complaints and liaises with tenants’ association and social workers to resolve any family problems.
  • Acts as arbiter in disputes between landlord and tenant and ensures that both fulfil their legal obligations.
  • Maintains or arranges for the maintenance of estate accounts and records and produces financial forecasts.
  • Negotiates land or property purchases and sales or leases and tenancy agreements and arranges legal formalities with solicitors, building societies and other parties.
  • Conducts or arranges for structural surveys of properties and undertakes any necessary valuations of property or agricultural land, and deals with grant and subsidy applications.
  • Discusses client’s requirements and may advise client on the purchase of property and land for investment and other purposes.
  • Advises on energy efficiency.
  • Oversees the support services of a business, such as catering, IT, utilities and physical environment.
  • Makes sure that the amenities meet health and safety standards and legal requirements.
  • Manages general upkeep, maintenance and security of the estate’s amenities.
  • Determines staffing, financial, material and other short- and long-term requirements.

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