The Company

Orchard is transforming the way people buy and sell their homes. Simplifying it, to the way it should have always been; fair and true to market, straightforward, easy. Every year in the U.S., $1.5 trillion of single-family residences transact, generating over $120 billion of fees in a process that has changed little in decades. For the average American, the home purchase and sale process takes months, creates anxiety, and is filled with uncertainty and hassle.

Orchard offers a modern alternative, making one of life's biggest decisions – the sale and purchase of a home – stress free, fair and simple.

Orchard launched in 2017 and was previously known as Perch. The company is headquartered in New York City, has 150+ employees and has grown 10x year over year. We have raised over $300 million in financing from top tier investors including: Firstmark, Accomplice, Navitas and Juxtapose.

We are proud to be recognized by Inc. Magazine as a best workplace of 2020 and have a 4.9 Glassdoor rating!

Role and Responsibilities:

Orchard is seeking a Regional Sales Manager to join our team in Houston. This is an early-stage opportunity to join a company that is transforming the way customers buy and sell their homes for the better. The right candidate will be an experienced, dynamic and results oriented sales Leader with a history of building, coaching, and scaling a team of high-performing real estate agents. As a RSM, you will play a key role in offering and scaling Orchard’s Buy & Sell service to homeowners. In this role you will:

  • Hire and manage a high-performing team of listing agents and buyer’s agents throughout Houston, with the goal of delivering the best possible customer experience
  • Evaluate and implement processes/systems to support sales and growth.
  • Create a culture of constant feedback from agents to our product, design, and marketing teams that ensure we are constantly building the best possible services and experiences for our customers

This is a full-time, salaried role with an equity package.

Who You Are 

  • Possess an active Texas Real Estate License (Brokers license strongly preferred)
  • Successfully managed and scale a team of agents
  • Personable with a customer-first mentality
  • Highly organized with process orientation
  • Expert knowledge in home buying and selling
  • Scrappy: able to come up with a solution that gets the job done today
  • Strong drive for results
  • Excels in ambiguity
  • Excels at cross-functional teamwork & communication 

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