Real Estate Opportunity - Prop Real Estate

Remote
Full Time
Entry Level

Position Overview

We’re looking to for a motivated, dynamic real estate sales buyer’s agent to support qualified leads and help close deals. You’ll be responsible for adding prospective customers to the sales funnel, assessing homebuyers’ wants and needs, and continuously following up to ensure a successful sale. Job seekers should be driven professionals looking for growth opportunities. If this sounds like you, apply today!

Real Estate Buyer's Agent Responsibilities

  • Reach out to our lead lists for potential homebuyers and provide them with information on available properties that meet their needs and budget
  • Follow up with prospects via email, phone, and other forms of communication to add them to the sales pipeline and generate qualified leads
  • Act as the intermediary between the buyer and the seller to ensure a successful close
  • Create documents such as representation contracts, purchase agreements, closing statements, deeds and leases to ensure a smooth process for all clients
  • Attend and arrange open houses to introduce clients to their local real estate market
  • Represent Prop Real Estate with integrity and dedication to our clients

Requirements

  • Real-estate license or pursuing required
  • Valid U.S. driver’s license with the ability to travel by car
  • An established track record of successful sales and customer service
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work from home
  • Driven and accountable individual, looking to grow their real estate career

Commission Split

Negotiable based on experience and lead sources

 

About Prop Real Estate

As the Broker/Owner of Prop Real Estate, Will Fassinger has been involved in real estate for over ten years, focusing on Atlanta for five years at technology-based brokerages. He has constantly pushed the envelope in real estate, focusing on cutting-edge technology, customer service and delivering results.

Outside of real estate, Fassinger worked for the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and led successful sales teams at multi-million-dollar companies.

Beyond career and community, Fassinger enjoys traveling, boating, hiking, DIY projects and music festivals. He and his wife have two young sons and "a zoo quantity" of pets.

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