Flyhomes is a place where authenticity, equity, and innovation collide to build the world’s best homebuying experience. Innovation is in our DNA. What will you create here?

We offer brokerage, mortgage and closing services—all under one roof—to ensure our clients have an amazing experience from the moment they start to work with us, to the moment they move in, and beyond. 

Real estate, mortgage and technology are what we do, but people are at the core of our mission. That’s where you come in! Whether you're our employee or our client, we believe it’s about people, not properties. From client-facing roles to technology, and everywhere in between, you’ll work alongside a diverse team who loves to solve problems, think creatively, and fly the plane as we continue to build it. If you’re dedicated to creating an inclusive, equitable, and more enjoyable real estate experience with solutions for every homebuyer, then we want to talk to you!

As our first Relationship Manager, you’ll own several FlyOS partner relationships end-to-end, serving as their primary point of contact to drive deals forward and build their business.. Most importantly, you’ll help shape the future of the next billion-dollar business within Flyhomes business and take it nationwide. We can’t wait to build this business with you - check us out! 

What you’ll do:

  • Own several brokerage accounts end-to-end, acting as the primary Flyhomes point of contact with external partners
  • Help our partners steward deals from start to finish and be a core part of building their business using our financial products
  • Drive the growth of FlyOS, the newest business unit at Flyhomes, in your market as we scale nationwide
  • Work closely with the FlyOS Program Specialist team to acquire new FlyOS partners, onboard new teams, and represent our product portfolio externally
  • Collaborate with a team of world-class operators, product managers, and sales leaders, to take FlyOS from a fledgling pilot to our next billion dollar business - it’s all hands on deck! 
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What you’ll bring:

  • A strong entrepreneurial spirit. FlyOS is a new business within Flyhomes and we are in full-fledged ‘build & scale’ mode
  • An unparalleled ability to thrive in ambiguity and drive for action despite incomplete information and nebulous problems
  • World-class relationship management skills. We’re in the business of making real estate easy. Homebuying is one of the biggest and most intimidating decisions in our clients’ lives. We are here to be a trusted partner in the process
  • Strong analytical skills to help us measure and understand our fledgling business. 
  • Equally importantly, bring your discipline and willingness to grow! We are going to fail, learn, fail again, learn again, and do something great together! 
  • Total and unwavering reliability, independence, and ability to GSD without much supervision or guidance. As we all build this thing, trust in one another’s progress is implicit and a must! 
  • Your humility, strongest bias for collaboration, and healthy self-awareness. Building a business is hard. Doing so in one of the most regulated industries is harder. We’re building together, relentlessly, and without ego. Understanding that we win together is table stakes.
  • 1+ years experience in real estate (or related industry) is amazing and preferred, but not a must. 

Flyhomes Perks

Reinventing an industry takes work and we aim to recognize and champion the well being of our people professionally, financially, physically and mentally.

  • Generous PTO
  • 401K Matching
  • Health, Dental, Vision
  • Home Buying & Selling Benefits
  • Commuter Benefits
  • Casual Dress
  • Professional Development Benefits
  • Paid Volunteer Time
  • Dog friendly HQ!

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