About us:

Knox Financial was founded by experienced entrepreneurs who looked at the value of the homes they used to own and kicked themselves for selling. With Knox, you can afford to buy your new home AND keep your old house as a fantastic long term investment. Knox is unlocking preferred rates of return and creating generational wealth for families up and down the economic spectrum. We’re changing how homeowners and property investors build wealth. Knox is the first and only investment firm focused on property. Venture funded, we’re building an extraordinary team to help us expand rapidly.

About you:

  • You have start-up grit. You’re able to remove the hat of a 100% commission-driven “real estate agent.” You’re in it to build a big, impactful company and create equity value along the way.
  • You’re a high performer because you want to help solidify Knox as the brand name for property investment. 
  • You are a residential leasing expert. You like to get your hands dirty. You look at how real estate investing is done and can’t help but think, ‘this can be done better.’ 
  • You are highly detail oriented and very organized. 
  • You likely have years of experience in the property world working in real estate investment, development, leasing, property management, or similar. 
  • You work with qualified, prospective renters to put them in the right home, the first time. 
  • You work with the real estate agent community and prospective renters. You are an efficient planner - organizing and scheduling showings with the goal of minimal days on market. 
  • You’re a high performer. You balance high-touch details and big picture without compromising quality. You aren’t afraid of volume or scale. You thrive when you close a deal. As such, you’re immediately ready for the next one.

In this role you will do: 

  • Leasing - You have proven success in unit marketing and the leasing process
    • Schedule showings between the prospective tenants and the Knox agent network. In a pinch, you’ll be the showing agent!
    • Efficiently process rental applications, background and credit checks
    • Efficiently drive the move-in/out process, handling of security deposits, existing tenant absorptions and orienting them to Knox.
    • Annually raise rents to delight our clients in a higher return and process renewals (with the help of technology) to hold bragging rights of retention data
    • Occasionally create enticing listing descriptions at volume, set pricing schedule for marketing units. Identify opportunities to rent units faster and for better rent
  • Operations
    • Provide general field support with occasional inspection of new client’s properties, moving lockboxes, inventory check, seasonal property wellness drive-by, key management, and other property related items
    • Develop vendor relationships including oversight and invoicing
  • Provide market data and CMAs

Required Skills:

  • Real estate salesperson license and willingness to hang license with Knox 
  • Minimum 3 years of experience leasing
  • Fair housing fundamentals
  • Basic property marketing skills in drafting an accurate, enticing listing description (even if it’s a place you’ve never been before)
  • Must possess strong organizational and time management skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Self-motivated, flexible, and detail-oriented both in independent work and team collaboration
  • Must be comfortable in a fast-changing, remote, and developing work environment, able to juggle and stay on top of deliverables independently
  • Well-versed in MLS
  • Spanish-English bilingual is a plus

Requirements can sometimes hold people back from applying to a job, but don’t let that be the case here. If you believe you have the skills it takes to elevate this role, team, and company, we encourage you to apply for this role.

Benefits & Perks:

  • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
  • Generous Vacation Policy
  • Ownership of company through equity 
  • Home office reimbursement 
  • Start-up culture with access to leaders and seasoned startup professionals
  • And more added perks! 

Knox is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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