Real Estate Transaction Coordinator (Oregon)

Full Time
Mid Level

Responsibilities and Duties:

In-house Transaction Coordinator for start-up online brokerage with rapid growth. TC will be responsible for creating and maintaining file in SkySlope, transaction timelines documentation prep and signatures, order sign post installation and removal for listings, review all documents for completion and accuracy, and work closely with the Managing Broker and Auditor. Work within brokerage and state compliance regulations to ensure a complete file within appropriate timeframes. Will also work closely with other in-house Transaction Coordinator(s) to help each other out when able. This role will be suited to someone who enjoys working as a team but can also work independently as well. Each TC on the team will assist each other with vacation and time-off coverage. 

Qualities of the ideal candidate: 

  • 3-5 years experience as a Transaction Coordinator. 
  • Experience with SkySlope  
  • Can manage a minimum of 45 files a month 
  • Team player willing to accept and provide feedback
  • Able to manage their time well, is organized, and is available M-F 8am-5pm GMT
  • Has a positive attitude
  • Can manage stress and time effectively
  • Extreme attention to detail

Qualifications and Skills:

  • SkySlope
  • DocuSign
  • ZipForms and/or Forms Simplicity 
  • Disclosures IO
  • Experience with residential required, leases and commercial a plus
  • Remote TC experience 

This role is a remote position within our organization.


Company Description: 

Radius Agent is building a nationwide, people-first, technology-driven real estate brokerage.  We have redefined the traditional brokerage model by providing technology, marketing, back-office, and financial product to team leaders and top-performing agents, along with training, education, and mentorship to agents looking to break into the industry. 

You can think of Radius as a “business-in-box” for residential real estate professionals; we enable growth at each stage of an agent’s career. At Radius you can expect to be part of a deeply passionate community that focuses on agent success and growth, allowing them to provide superior service to their clients. 

We are rapidly growing. Over 75,000 agents nationwide use Radius’ social network app to exchange referrals and expand their networks. Our brokerage currently operates in California, Colorado, Texas, Georgia, Washington, Oregon, Florida and as we move into 2023, Radius will begin expanding into markets across the U.S.  

To support our high-speed growth, we are looking for new members to join our team and help create a nationwide company. Come join a team of high performers and make magic with us!


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