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Real Estate Administrative Assistant / Transaction Coordinator


JMR Properties Inc

Posted On: 4/23/2012


This Position will start out as part-time for 4 days a week including weekends, it will eventually grow into a full time position for the right candidate. We are a new and rapidly growing company specializing in downtown San Diego residential real estate. We are offering an excellent growth opportunity for the future as you will become a member of our dynamic team.

You will provide administrative assistance to our real estate team, including general office duties, creating and maintaining our database, coordinating marketing materials, setting up appointments, assisting with the sales process, preparing all transaction documentation and interfacing with Escrow & Title to assure smooth and timely closings. To support the team in building close, long term relationships with our clients.


You will be detail orientated, proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and power Point), Real Estate Zip forms, have good communication skills and excellent personal relationship attributes.

You will have a minimum of 2 years' experience with transaction coordination and have a valid California Real Estate Licence.


The initial compensation, while part-time will be $12.00 to $14.00 per hour plus a transaction fee. Once the position becomes full-time, the compensdation will be a competitive salary plus transaction fees, full benefits and bonuses.

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Contact Information

Joe Werner Phone Number: 858-255-2020 Email:
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