Cover letter for real estate transaction coordinator
We get it- the Real Estate Business can be fun up until the day in and day out tasks of managing your contracts. Title requesting documents for a closing while you are showing 4 homes. The follow up you want to give your client but you are with another client for 2 hours. The tactful way you want to address an escalated situation but your phone is ringing off the hook? Review the contract for completeness and pursue necessary parties for outstanding initials, signatures and dates. Establish file in your Broker system of record, upload documents and contact information.
Driven and energetic Real Estate Transaction Coordinator with 12 years experience in real estate. Highly adept at building excellent working relationships with other real estate agents, lenders, appraisers, title companies, and attorneys. Highlights Strong background in all aspects Real Estate Excellent analysis, problem-solving, documentation, and communication skills. Ensured all paperwork was complete and submitted to all parties, schedule inspections and work closely with the lenders and title companies.
Checking contracts for accuracy and completeness, arranging inspections, appointments, and signatures are just a few of the things your transaction coordinator will do throughout the process. When you hire us you will have your own dedicated and highly reviewed coordinator, along with an entire company supporting you and your business. You get a team with years of experience in managing and closing real estate transactions. Track progress, and know where things are at all times, through our secure transaction platform.
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