This guide is a must read for all those who are considering a career in the industry, whether they are a school leaver, graduate or are looking for a career change.
Starting with an overview of the UK property industry, and an explanation of industry jargon, this guide delivers a comprehensive introduction to professional world of estate agency. As well as examining career paths and qualifications for entry, it covers how to find a job, what to expect from the day to day working environment and how to prepare for your first few weeks and months as a negotiator. There are essential insights into negotiating your salary package, commission structures, how to get promoted and typical career paths. Related sectors such as new homes, surveying, property development and working in commercial property are covered.
It's the ultimate career guide to having a brilliant career in estate agency!
About the Author
Katy M. Jones successfully navigated a career as an estate agent. After 10 years as a residential and commercial negotiator, working for both independent and corporate agencies, she set up her own agency in London. After growing her business to a significant turnover, she sold it five years later for a considerable profit.
Trusts and estates practice has become increasingly recognised as an occupation within the legal, accounting, tax and financial services professions. Estate planning remains the strategic advisory component within this practice.
About the Author
Michael Perkins TEP, Society Trust Estate Practitioners, Partner , Perkins Fahey.
Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney, Sessional lecturer, School of Accounting and Finance, Charles Sturt University
Member of the Professional Development Committee of STEP WW.
TEP, Accredited Specialist (Wills & Estate Law) - Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners. Accredited Specialist (Wills and Estates) Law Society of NSW, Consultant Lawyer â€“ Monahan Estate Planning, Lecturer , Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney
This book develops a responsible and practical method for evaluating the success, failure, or "crisis" of American civil-military relations among its political and uniformed elite. The author's premise is that currently there is no objectively fair way for the public at large or the strategic-level elites to assess whether the critical and often obscured relationships between Generals, Admirals, and Statesmen function as they ought to under the US constitutional system. By treating these relationships -in form and practice-as part of a wider principal (civilian)-agency (military) dynamic, the book tracks the "duties"-care, competence, diligence, confidentiality, scope of responsibility-and perceived shortcomings in the interactions between US civilian political authorities and their military advisors in both peacetime and in war.
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