There are so many things about property matters these days that set it apart as a career to be considered. Meeting lots of people, on the renting, buying, selling sides. Getting the job done well needs expertiese and a lot of work behind the desk. Taking lettings in Bristol for example. This is a seriously popular part of the country and always a shortage of rented property causes the price to be high at all times. Student lets are not easy to find and it takes quite a lot of firm negotation and much diplomacy on the part of the agent to get all parties happy. I know a couple who have been on an agent list for two years trying to get the right kind of property in that area. Moving out of the city is sometimes the alternative to a long sit on a waiting list.