If you have got an interview for an Estate Agent role then you will already be aware that you will need a good mixture of administration skills and sales skills. You will be required to show customers properties and also see customer’s houses so you will need to be very good at building up relationships.
If you have been offered an interview, now is the time to go through the job requirements with your CV and ensure that you can say confidently you can do what they are looking for and any weakness areas think of a positive to get round the fact that you have less knowledge in this area.
Ensure that you check where the estate agent office premises you will be required to work from is and also if you can get to know the local area, have a look for their FOR SALE or SOLD signs showing where they have a presence in the market place. If you are successful in your interview you will be required to take customers to houses or meet them there to show them around so it’s important that you get to know the area well.
As the most part of your role is a selling type role and you will more than likely have targets to work to then your interviewer will be looking to see how confident you are and how you interact with other people.
Estate Agent Interview Questions
During your interview you could be asked such questions as:
What do you think that young professionals look for in a house and what would you recommend to them? (They may give you a couple of examples to choose from).What is your sales technique?How well do you know the area? Do you know where XXX is?Name 5 roads in XXX area?What are the 3 best qualities about your work?There are numerous questions that you will be asked but your interviewer will definitely be looking to make sure that you are confident, well mannered and polite when dealing with customers.