The average real estate transaction requires 10-20 hours of administrative attention once a property goes under contract. As a busy real estate agent, how much more business could you create with an additional 10-20 hours of time per property? Hiring a transaction coordinator will alleviate stress, boost your customer service, and help you close more transactions.

A Transaction Coordinator is an administrative team member who manages all the paperwork and deadlines involved in a real estate transaction. The Transaction Coordinator monitors every step of the real estate transaction from contract to closing making sure all parties stick to deadlines and paperwork is in compliance with the agent's office.