We’re Hiring in Cobham | Country Office Sales Associate

We are looking for a self-motivated, ambitious, and digitally savvy individual to join our Country Office in Cobham. We like to hire those with a little something extra.

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The individual must have a proven track record of sales and or lettings and ideally have worked in prime London property sales. Reporting to and working closely with the UK Country Office Director the individual will be supported by the Cobham office, shared services in the London office and will benefit from access to a global marketing platform, international desks and an unrivalled referral network of over 1000 offices and 25,000 brokers worldwide. We are looking for someone to help build and create a team that will service Surrey and the South of England for mainly residential sales and some lettings.

The person will be self-motivated, driven and ambitious. Being tech savvy and willing to learn a new way of brokering properties is a must. We use innovative platforms that require self-learning to perform at the global level. A high level of comfort in the digital and social media realm is necessary to network across borders and through our current pandemic situation. The ideal candidate will want to build their own business and book of clients as there is an uncapped potential for earning with a rewarding commission structure. An instruction winner and exemplary customer service levels are fundamental to our business ethos. There may be opportunities to travel to London, across England and overseas as required.

If you would like to deal with luxury homes, new build investment sales and help build investors property portfolios whilst growing your own career then contact us with your CV and Covering Letter.

Must be able to drive and have own car. Commission Only

Recruitment agents need not apply.

Apply now with your covering letter and CV.

Contact our Country Office at +44 (0)1932 860537.

From my home to yours

I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Many of us will now be working from home (WFH) five days a week. Whether you are a newbie or a WFH veteran, your work space is your home space and it is easy to blur the lines between work and relaxation. Because we are not sure when this “lockdown period” will come to an end, it’s important to ensure you work/home environment is fully functional for use as both. With just my husband and I, we have space to use, so I wanted to highlight how I’ve managed the spaces around the house to help me stay focused and productive.

Home Study

The first step in your “work from home” journey is to designate an area of your home, specifically for getting work done. It doesn’t have to be a separate study, if you are tight for space, it can be a borrowed space in the living room. Natural light and a view helps me focus more. So, if you can find a space next to a window you’ll find yourself feeling more upbeat. Plants, flowers and candles help me set a calm and tranquil tone to your work space. I always have a candle sitting on my desk.

Living Room

This is my time out space. The living room is where I go to take a moment away from my screen and a break from work. My laptop never makes it into this room. I am fortunate enough that my living room looks out on to my garden – so the view is pleasant and it is a nice room to relax in after a long day’s work. I’m sure for many of you, this is where most of your family time is spent and you look forward to spending your evening here catching up.


It is absolutely essential when working from home that you take a 45 minute/ one hour lunch break. Not only is it good to keep a routine as you would normally for the office but our health, making sure we are eating well and preparing nutritious meals. My kitchen space is open plan, bright and full of fruit for when I’m peckish. When we are done from isolating, it is my main area for hosting brunches and dinner parties.

Outside Space

One of the most important areas of our homes in current times – getting in the all important “fresh air” If you have a balcony, garden or terrace, it is essential while self-isolating to step out in to these spaces to connect with nature. I use my garden for a morning warm up and I use it again for a 4pm cup of tea, especially if the sun is shining. My husband and I have even managed a BBQ for two this week, all just to be in the outdoors more.

I hope this email has been a little uplifting for you all. If you are interested in any of the properties featured please feel free to contact me to book a virtual viewing or chat.

If you need property related advice anywhere in the world, we can personally introduce you to a specialist from one of our global offices.


Shereen Akhtar, Senior Associate
m: +44 (0) 7525 595 520