Real Estate Team Agent - Lumio Group

Full Time
Entry Level

About Lumio Group

CEO of Lumio Group, Dennise Lucio, is a native Texan, who grew up in South Texas and has lived in the DFW area for the last 8 years. After having served the community advocating for abused children with CPS, then as Teacher, Dennise was drawn to a career in Real Estate. It has helped combine her business acumen with her heart for advocacy & teaching, as well as serving others.  


When it comes to one of the biggest investments of a person’s life, it is important for Dennise’s clients to be able to trust that they have an Agent on their side, with unmatched market knowledge, impeccable customer service, and always an expert negotiator! As a team leader, Dennise mentors with your success in mind and is hands-on with her team - grow with the best today!

Position Overview

  • Consults with clients to understand their real estate needs.
  • Gathers, provides, and explains details of current market conditions, pricing, legal requirements, and similar information.
  • Assists purchasing clients with identifying properties that meet their needs based on location, size, price, amenities, and other characteristics.
  • Shows properties to clients, answering (or finding answers to) questions about the property.
  • Assists clients (buying and selling) with the offer process, coordinating offers and counteroffers with the other parties agents.
  • Ensures that terms and conditions of purchase agreements such as loans, home inspections, and pest inspections are met before closing dates.
  • Coordinates activities required for property closing including document signing and fund disbursement.
  • Develops and maintains positive relationships with attorneys, mortgage lenders, and contractors to whom clients may be referred.


  • Dynamic, positive energy
  • Excellent verbal communication & persuasion skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Goal-oriented and growth mindset
  • Ability to work from home
  • Willingness to learn and improve
  • Licensed TX real estate professional

Commission Split

Negotiable based upon experience and lead sources


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