Trainee Negotiator Job Description

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A trainee negotiator generally refers to someone who works in real estate sales. The title typically is held by those who work in the United Kingdom. Trainee negotiators sell everything from homes to business buildings to general properties.

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Trainee negotiators are beginning-level salespersons. Their jobs mostly entail showing properties to and interacting with potential clients. Trainee negotiators must learn how to match the buildings they sell with a client's needs. They often work on commission or receive a portion of what they sell.


Trainee negotiators must have excellent interpersonal skills. They should be courteous, professional, well-groomed, driven and energetic. They also need to be dedicated to learning their industry as well as familiar with how to obtain finances to help their client make a purchase.


Trainee negotiators typically need no more than a high school diploma. However, to eventually become a full-fledged salesperson, they will likely need a license and experience. Obtaining licensure typically consists of 6 to 8 weeks of classroom work and testing.

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