Founded in October 2015 by two full-time students and based out of Seattle, WA, FlyHomes is a real estate and fintech company focused on making home buying seamless, transparent, and fun. Since the co-founders graduated in June 2016, FlyHomes has continued to rapidly scale its team, focusing on helping buyers across Seattle, San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, and new emerging marketplaces to purchase more than $300M in homes annually.

 

About the job:

In under three years, FlyHomes has become the number one buyers-broker in Seattle.  We did this by questioning the status quo and partnering with people like you to deliver programs that actively change the way people buy homes.  As a Transaction Coordinator, you will be the driving force of this change and responsible for deploying new programs, all with the goal of helping our clients win.  You will be forced to think quickly and solve problems for the company and our clients - No two days will be the same. You are the front line of delivering our company vision and with it, changing the real estate industry forever.  It will be fun, rewarding and very challenging.  Are you dynamic, smart, and hungry to drive change?  If so, this may be just the job for you.  No real estate experience needed!

 Roles & responsibilities:  

  • Execute the company vision to improve the way people buy homes
  • Lead a team of client advisors, with an emphasis on creativity, efficiency and strong communication skills
  • Constantly communicate with clients and proactively answer their questions
  • Guide and educate clients on the closing process of the home buying journey (if you don’t have real estate experience, that is ok, too!)
  • Identify and solve industry pain-points on behalf of our clients and the company
  • Uncover new-to-industry ideas and work with leadership to define new programs

Job requirements:

  • Detail oriented with the desire to research and find the correct answers to ambiguous or ad-hoc requests
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, and ability to represent the company in a professional manner in all communications with third party vendors
  • Demonstrated ability to discern complex and sometimes competing elements of real estate transactions and consistently choose the correct course of action
  • Ability to perform in a fast-paced environment and adaptable to change
  • 1-5+ years of professional experience in the real estate, escrow, title, mortgage, or loan processing industry
  • Proficiency with Microsoft office suite with emphasis on Word and Excel, and willingness to use/learn Mac operating system
  • Strong ability to deal with multiple priorities and consistently meet deadlines
 
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Current NWMLS Broker License and/or California Association of Realtor Membership
  • Current LPO License
  • Experience with California real estate transactions 

Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • 401(k) plus company match
  • Medical/dental/vision/life insurance packages to fit your needs ( Full-time employees)
  • Commuter benefits
  • Flexible vacation policy; work hard and take time off when you need it

 

FlyHomes, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.

FlyHomes, Inc. also participates in  E-Verify. Upon hire, FlyHomes, Inc. will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S

 

 

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