Maybe you’ve heard the name Transaction Coordinator, and you're wondering if this work-from-home job could be right for you?
- Maybe you're stuck in your 9-5 grind and looking for something more rewarding?
- Do you want to stay home with your kids and earn some extra money?
- Or maybe you just want to be your own boss and call the shots but your not sure how?
Benefits of working from home as a Transaction Coordinator
1. Set your own hours as a transaction coordinatorEver wish your alarm clock didn’t go off so early in the morning? Yep, me too. I'm actually not a morning person. Never have been. I have always dreaded getting up in the morning having to be at early appointments.
2. Decide what you will charge (more on this later)I've always had an entrepreneurial mindset from a very young age. Growing up we didn't have a lot of money so I loved being able to make money for myself at an early age. I bought my first house when I was 20 years old and was really drawn to the industry as I went through the process of purchasing my house. What drew me to this field was the independence of being an independent contractor rather than an employee and there wasn't a ceiling on my income. The more houses I sold the more money I could make. Being a TC is the same way. The more files you can handle the more money you make.
3. Work as much or as little as you want as a transaction coordinatorThis is pretty self-explanatory. Do you want to work part-time and still take care of your kids at home? Or do you want to work full time to earn more money? Then that's what you do because it's YOUR business. You choose when you work and when you don't.
4. Work from anywhereAnother reason I love the real estate TC industry. As long as you have internet access you can work from wherever you wish. You can even stay in your pajamas or yoga pants all day and no one knows! Because who doesn't love yoga pants?
So, back to the burning question. How much money can I make as a transaction coordinator?
Well, that depends on a few factors.