The salary for UK property developers in the UK can vary widely depending on factors such as the specific role, location, company size, level of experience, and the state of the property market.
At Give a Grad a Go, we’ve found the average graduate salary for UK property jobs is around £31k, with a salary range bracket of £25k – £63k*. Notable junior property jobs include:
Network Engineer – £35,000
Associate Consultant – £32,500
Property Consultant – 27,500*
Whilst salary should play an important part in your decision-making, it shouldn’t be the determining factor. Property development trainee jobs will offer lower salaries due to the entry-level skill requirements.
However, the training and development opportunities provided as part of these kinds of property development graduate jobs usually outweigh the limited salary. Of course, such training opportunities will enable you to progress to a higher skilled, and therefore higher paid, role at a faster pace.
We understand the importance of transparency when it comes to salaries, so we always strive to display them on our job ads. If you aren’t sure what kind of salary is offered for your ideal role, explore the property tech jobs and property sales roles on our graduate job board to get a good picture of what’s on offer.
*According to internal Give a Grad a Go statistics.