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Licensed Transaction Coordinator

Company: Power House TC
Location: Mesa
Posted on: May 20, 2023

Job Description:

This is a work from home position but must have experience in Arizona Real Estate.

We're looking for a driven transaction coordinator to manage contracts throughout the entire home selling and buying process. You'd be responsible for overseeing transactions from start to finish to ensure offers and counteroffers are approved for a smooth and successful sale. Our ideal candidate is extremely organized and has superb customer service skills to make customers feel at ease. If you love working with people and thrive in a fast-paced work environment, apply today!


Input client information into the client database system, track transaction activities, and submit each necessary document to the office broker for file compliance
Look over all paperwork to confirm they have the correct signatures and dates, assuring that the closing process has been done accurately and efficiently
Aid real estate agents, clientele, and other stakeholders with paperwork and ensure the completion of all escrow documents, such as appraisals, titles, and mortgage loans


Must have a valid Real Estate License
Passionate about providing excellent customer service
Obtained real estate license or are currently pursuing
High school or equivalent required, some college experience preferred
Applicants must possess exceptional organizational and verbal and written skills
Previous experience in transaction management, transaction coordination, real estate, titles, or mortgages highly valued

About Company:
Power House TC is an independent Transaction Coordinator service in Arizona.

Keywords: Power House TC, Mesa , Licensed Transaction Coordinator, Other , Mesa, Arizona

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