This role is based in our Dallas, TX location. 

This position requires an active Texas Real Estate license. 

Door is a next generation real estate transaction platform spanning real estate brokerage, mortgage and title.  

Our client experience begins with the Client Management team whose job is to educate, qualify, and ultimately convert each lead into a Door client. The best candidates for this role have a passion for client service and technology, and have the ability to multitask with a high attention to detail in a fast-paced environment. 

The Client Management Team focuses on inbound and outbound lead qualification, moving leads into and through the sales funnel, and setting up sales qualified appointments.  


  • Identify, qualify, nurture, and follow up on leads via inbound channels, cold calling, and email outreach 
  • Generate interest and create rapport with potential clients 
  • Manage expectations and overcome objections 
  • Comfortable with discussing and influencing decision makers over the phone 
  • Consistently and regularly use CRM to provide timely and accurate forecast and report of activity  
  • Follow the established sales and lead qualification process 
  • Reach and exceed key performance indicators including response time, calls scheduled, calls completed, and qualified leads 


  • Active Texas Real Estate license
  • Work out of the headquarters in Dallas, Texas
  • Work at least one weekend day per week (2 preferred)
  • Handle a daily call volume of 100+ calls
  • Proficiency with computers and CRMs

Preferred Background: 

  • Up to two (2) years in a similar role with a successful track record in which the candidate met or exceeded goals—measured in response time, calls per day, appointments per week, qualification of leads, etc. 
  • Experience in a selling environment with a significant volume of both inbound and outbound activity 
  • Excellent communication and influencing skills 
  • Must have a high level of energy with a very positive phone demeanor  
  • Willingness to learn and succeed in a fast-growing real estate environment 
  • Must have a strong desire to keep up-to-date on real estate trends, developments, and best practices 
  • Good general understanding of business processes 
  • Computer technical proficiency 
  • Recent experience in real estate, technology, marketing automation, and CRM software a plus

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