Join The Team
At SeaGate Homes, we are always looking for the next top employee. It takes special people to deliver exceptional homes, so please take a moment to drop an email with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax your resume directly to our human resources department at 386-246-6121.
Even if you don’t see a job ideally suited for you, please contact us anyway, we may have opportunities that are not yet listed on our website.
SeaGate Homes, voted the Area’s Best Homebuilder, is growing and looking to add to our sales team. The ideal candidate is someone who is willing to assist homebuyers in selecting their home site, floor plan, exterior design and structural modifications all while providing superior customer service. A proven track record as a top producer in New Home sales with a residential production home builder and the ability to demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills is highly desirable.
We are looking for flexible, high energy, detailed minded individuals who are not afraid to earn what they are worth!
Qualifications include the following:
Highly motivated, self-starter with a Florida Real Estate License (required).
Must be able to establish great customer relationships with purchasers and discover buying motives.
Willing to follow a tried-and-true approach to New Home Sales based on building rapport with prospective purchasers.
Knowing when and how to ask for the sale.
Perform consistent Realtor and community outreach to build awareness of SeaGate Homes.
Attention to detail with a high comfort level of technology.
An understanding of blueprints and basic construction terms and techniques is preferred.
SeaGate Homes offers top commissions, heavy traffic, qualified leads and an excellent benefits package which includes company assisted health insurance, dental insurance and retirement plan with company match. EOE
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