A transaction coordinator’s job is to manage the sale from mutual acceptance to closing. Want to find out more? Read my post on “What is a Virtual Transaction Coordinator?”.
You can make as much or as little as you want as a Transaction Coordinator, depending on how much you’d like to work! There’s a lot that goes into deciding how much you should charge as a real estate transaction coordinator, but you can generally see fees ranging from $300 to $500+ per transaction. Read more in my post on pricing transaction coordinator services.
Absolutely! A real estate transaction coordinator business can operate entirely online and remotely, as long as you have the right tools and systems in place. Read my post on How to Start an Online Business as a Transaction Coordinator for more details.
Transaction Coordination is a niche inside of the real estate industry. While there are many similarities between the role of a TC and a VA, the role of a TC is a very targeted and specialized niche that allows you to work exclusively for real estate brokers and agents.
You’re in exactly the right place! I recommend starting with my free Real Estate Transaction Coordinator Starter Guide. From branding to tools, it walks you through the most essential steps of launching your own TC business from home. Over the course of the next few days you will receive more information about how to become a TC and how you can enroll in the TC Bootcamp.
First off, sign up to download my free starter guide below. This ensures you will get more information. Registration for The Transaction Coordinator Bootcamp opens about 3-4 times per year. To be the first to know when we’ve reopened our virtual doors, click here to join the waitlist.