New Alliance Letting Division was launched with operational innovations for the benefit of tenants, landlords and rental agents in Malta.
Having already established a very strong market presence in property sales, Alliance Real Estate started 2022 focused directly on the launch of its new Leasing Division; and as it has done before with the sale of property, the rental sector is being approached with the same corporate goal of delivering the highest level of stakeholder satisfaction at all points of contact, while innovating the way this business is run.
“Although Alliance has been effectively operational since 2004, the last 18 months have been an important change for us, as we have built new and more effective corporate structures in operations, finance, training and marketing,” he explained. Alliance Group Chief Executive Michael Bonello, when introducing the new division. He went on to explain the company’s infrastructure in more detail, introducing Alliance Letting Division COO Abigail Simiana.
Simiana joined Alliance at the end of last year, specifically to set up and lead the new division. She has extensive experience in customer service, sales management and property leasing, from her previous roles with other leading companies in various sectors.
“We know that one of the most annoying and unproductive tasks for hiring agents is searching for available properties every day. At the same time, landlords complain that they are making a lot of inconvenient phone calls and that tenants are frustrated looking for suitable properties, ”said Simiana.
“Given the opportunity to lay the groundwork for this new division, we wanted to rethink the way business is leased for the benefit of tenants, landlords and consultants. our own rental, “she added.
Every day Alliance Rental Consultants get 20 listings immediately available for hire to work on, so they can focus on providing the best service to their clients, and spend less time on annoying and unproductive tasks and more. time there to close deals– Abigail Simiana, Alliance Kiri COO
With this mindset for innovation, Alliance Letting has set up a dedicated team of people who specifically perform daily database maintenance so that property details, photos and features are kept constantly updated. With this innovation, landlords will be receiving less inconvenient calls from different people about their properties and allowing consultants to rest assured that they are working on freshly updated listings.
“Every day the Alliance’s hiring consultants are getting 20 lists immediately available for hire to work on, so that they can focus on delivering the best service to their clients, and spend less time on tedious and unhealthy tasks. productive and more time there to close deals, ”explained Simiana.
The company’s database of more than 25,000 rental properties, built from past listings and more recent mergers and acquisitions of other rental companies in Alliance Group, is now being posted on the alliance.mt website. so that tenants looking for properties can start their own online search.
Alliance consultants also benefit from ongoing training and personal development support provided through the Alliance’s internal Real Estate Academy and marketing support for personal branding, social media management, content creation and increased influence and market visibility by Alliance Marketing. In addition, branch management offers a practical approach to providing guidance and ensuring that the fairest agreements are closed for the benefit of all stakeholders.
Now fully operational, Alliance Letting has immediate vacancies for hiring agents as well as team leaders and managers, with great potential for future growth when joining the company at this early stage.
For more information, contact Abigail Simiana at [email protected] or 7729 3092.
Alliance Real Estate is a winning and independent real estate brand, now operating from ten strategically located branch offices in Malta, with more new openings planned for 2022. The success of the company is built on the wealth of knowledge, professional experience and strong personal relationships. of its founding partners, together with the effectiveness of around 175 fully qualified and dedicated property consultants. More information is available at www.alliance.mt or social media channels.
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