Real Estate Client Financial Manager


Job Description

Real Estate is a bustling industry that requires leadership, independence and ambition. As a Real Estate Client Financial Manager (also known as a real estate agent), you will further develop your management skills as you oversee the purchase and sale of all properties in your portfolio. This position requires an ability to multi-task and lead a team to see through all real estate transactions. A Real Estate Client Financial Manager is able to work well with colleagues and clients and provide guidance and leadership throughout the real estate purchase and sale process.


Job Responsibilities

  • Schedule meetings with clients in our retail office to discuss their real estate questions, concerns and needs

  • Advise clients on home value trends of the local real estate market so they can better understand how to price their home and how much to offer on the home they want

  • Work with other Real Estate Retail Sales Associates to negotiate on your clients' behalf when submitting and accepting offers

  • Keep informed on recent home listings and sales in your area


About John L. Scott

Since our founding 80 years ago, John L. Scott puts extra care into listening to our clients and focusing on the best way to meet their needs. We are at the forefront of creating innovative marketing programs and strategies to help our Brokers get homes sold quickly. With over 100 offices and 2,600 agents throughout the Pacific Northwest, we are one of the largest regional real estate companies in the nation.
Regulatory Notice. To work as a real estate agent (and be qualified for this position) you must have (or obtain) a real estate license. Like getting a driver's license, state authorized training/testing is required to get certified. Third-party educational institutions provide this fee-based training to the general public.






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