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How to Find a Transaction Coordinator

February 05 2021

As a real estate agent, you're incredibly busy. Outsourcing your transaction coordination work not only makes your business more efficient, but it provides you more time to focus on growth, and saves you money. It's a win-win situation, and agents across the country are realizing it. The decision to hire a transaction coordinator (TC) may be easy to make, but finding a transaction coordinator that is perfect for your business can be difficult if you don't know where to start. Keep reading to learn about the easiest and most convenient ways to hire a transaction coordinator today.


Transactly offers nationwide virtual transaction coordination services, making it one of your most convenient options when looking to find a transaction coordinator. All you have to do is go to, and submit your contact information. A representative will then be in contact with you to uncover your needs and get you signed up with a transaction coordinator. They'll also make sure you get all the discounts you qualify for! It's that easy. Your assigned transaction coordinator will be specially matched to you based on your region, your business needs, and any personal requests you may have, such as a bilingual TC.

In addition to receiving the services of your transaction coordinator, and access to the organizational technology they use, you will also be assigned a customer success representative. This representative is there to make sure everything is going smoothly, and you have an amazing experience with Transactly. When you invest in the services of a Trasactly Transaction Coordinator you get the support you need from a TC, and the support of an entire company working to make sure you succeed.

Transactly provides you extensive support for a reliably low fee. You pay per transaction your TC assists you on, instead of being charged hourly for their work. With discounts available for volume orders, you easily keep your costs low, and receive assistance you need. Your TC can scale up or down with your business as well – no employees to hire or fire.

Specialized Virtual Assistants

Virtual assistant contracting sites, such as MyOutDesk, offer the services of many industry specialized assistants, including transaction coordinators. These companies vet and qualify all of their transaction coordinators before assigning them to clients, taking care of that for you right off the bat. Typically, virtual assistants get paid on an hourly basis. So these companies often charge you hourly/weekly/monthly for their work instead of a fee per transaction.

Regardless of how your TC is being compensated, there is no doubt that a virtual transaction coordinator is more cost effective than an in-person one. You will save thousands of dollars and receive the same support when you hire a virtual transaction compared to an in-person one. Technology has completely changed the real estate industry. It has made it more efficient and accessible for clients and agents alike. Make sure you are taking advantage of those benefits.

Career-Based Sites

If you decide you want an in-person transaction coordinator, you should check out career based sites like LinkedIn or Indeed. When trying to find a transaction coordinator, these sites can offer amazing results if you are willing to put more effort into your search. With that in mind, you can easily reduce your time commitment to searching through them by posting your job offer to one of their boards. You want to attract as many candidates as possible so you have options when it comes to hiring. To accomplish that, your posting needs to catch people's attention and entice them to spend their time investigating your offer.

Tips for writing eye-catching job postings:

  • Keep the post concise.
  • Highlight the benefits you can offer to them. Put valuable benefits such as salary, time off, brief overview of company culture, work from home policy, etc. in a bulleted list separate from other text to ensure it stands out.
  • Clearly state the expectations of the job, and how one can be successful in the position.
  • Post early in the week.

Whichever route you choose, think it through. You want to hire a transaction coordinator in the first place to make your life a little less stressful. So why make the process of hiring one more difficult than necessary?

To view the original article, visit the Transactly blog.