We Are Hiring!
We are looking for:
Escrow Processor (2 positions)
- Full-time or Part-time (minimum 20+ hours/week)
- With or without escrow experience. We will train.
You will be communicating with our clients, vendors, and staff members over the phone, face to face, by email.
English - speaking, and writing
Mandarin - speaking (preferred, not necessary)
Are you familiar with escrow processing work? If not, we would like to share with you what kind of work we do. We want to make sure you will find this inquiry worth your time and effort.
There is ONE golden rule in the escrow industry - We follow instructions!
Our clients provide us with instructions and a contract, and we follow what is written and agreed to. It may sound easy, but in reality, most of us can't follow instructions correctly.
Ask yourself these questions?
Are you willing to help? - We spend a good amount of time helping and communicating with people - our clients, staff members, vendors, affiliates, etc. Without them, our business would not exist.
Are you willing to learn? Escrow related work might be new to you. Are you ready to learn this new skill? The escrow industry is a great niche to build your career - once you have the skills.
Do you pay attention to details? Are you organized? You will be dealing with lots of paperwork - real paper and electronic.
Are you afraid of numbers? You will be doing simple calculations. Precision is the key.
How are your PC skills? You will use a Windows PC (Windows 10) and multiple monitors to do your work.
Are you willing to adapt and learn new software? We use special software for escrow processing; we use other software tools to keep us on track. These could all be new to you. Are you willing to learn and apply what you have learned?
How do you treat "time"? Your attendance is important. You can not support your escrow officer if you are not around during office hours. Our office hours are Monday - Friday from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.
Have you ever worked in the real estate industry? Your real estate experience helps, but is not necessary.