When going for a job interview, be it at a real estate agency or another business in the property industry, making sure you are prepared is crucial. What research you do will help determine your preparedness and ultimately your success. So, we’ve outlined some tips on where you can start when doing your research.
LinkedIn is vital in connecting people in the property industry, making it easy for real estate professionals to build their networks. That’s why it’s so important you keep your LinkedIn profile up-to-date, and make it stand out from others. Here we look at the LinkedIn summary section, with a few tips on how to write it so you get noticed.
If you’re considering a career in the real estate industry, a placement year can be really helpful. Here’s three of the biggest benefits you’ll experience if you decide to take up a placement year in real estate, from better employability through to networking and mentoring.
The EG Future Leaders programme wants to empower the next generation within the real estate industry, inspire generations in a bid to move the industry forward. Hear from three of EG’s Future Leaders on the EG Property Podcast as they discuss their passions and why others should be listening and taking action.
Whether in real estate or any other profession, there comes a time in every job interview when the candidate will be asked if they have any questions. Knowing what to ask can be crucial in getting a clear picture of the role and the property company. We’ve outlined a few themes for questions you could ask in your next real estate job interview.
Cover letters give interviewers (and your potential future employer) a lot of insight. It showcases who you are and what you can offer, more than just your work experience listed in your CV. We’ve outlined some tips on how you can create a stand-out cover letter for when you’re applying for a job in the commercial real estate industry.
Job interviews are daunting enough, especially given you don’t know what questions will be asked of you. The STAR interview technique can help. Understand what it is, and get tips on how you can use it as you prepare for your next real estate interview.
Has there ever been a better time to apply for a role in surveying? Quantity, valuation and building surveyors are in demand as companies clawback the talent they were forced to lose during the recession.
Prompted by the recession, the role of the property manager has evolved to encompass a wider range of specialities, technological tools and an increased focus on relationship management, writes Ellen Gylen
A well-written CV will distinguish you from other candidates. It shows what you can do, and what makes ‘brand you’ more suitable for the role than your competitors. Stephanie Sparrow explores what makes a good CV in the commercial property market.