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Sales Representative

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Our sales representative makes calls to produce title and escrow business for our company. S/He establishes relationships with individuals who can generate further business. This position also professionally promotes our products and services to existing and new agents.



  • Makes a minimum of 15 in-person calls and 25 contacts per day

  • Makes five (5) telemarketing phone calls per day to prospects

  • Updates territory and customer list quarterly

  • Assists in maintaining sales pipeline files with opportunities, projected revenue, projected close dates, and statuses

  • Establishes new/closed orders and income goals (i.e., daily, monthly, quarterly and annually)

  • Returns all pages/texts/phone calls within ten (10) minutes of receipt

  • Conducts one (1) planned seminar/presentation per week in each real estate office as time permits and broker approves

  • Sources sales territory, orders, market share, and monthly income

  • Attends appropriate real estate boards, building and mortgage banker meetings, and the like

  • Joins and actively participates in organizations that will produce leads for new business

  • Submits expense account according to schedule

  • Attends all company meetings

  • Meets company standards established by sales manager for open orders, closed orders, income, and market share 

  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor

  • Adheres to company policies and guidelines


   A proven sales track record is required.

   A high school diploma is required.



  • A valid state driver’s license and a clean driving record are required.

  • Automobile insurance and a reliable vehicle are required. 

  • Our sales representative must carry personal automobile bodily injury liability for $100,000/$300,000; a $100,000 limit on property damage; and must name the company as an “additional insured” or an “interested party.”

        Must have an understanding of insurance and real property concepts, as well as general knowledge of            State Board of Insurance regulations. 


  • Adaptable: adapts to new, different, or changing requirements

  • Aggressive in acquiring new clients

  • Critical thinking: uses logical thought processes to analyze and draw conclusions

  • Customer focused: is pleasant, courteous, and professional when dealing with internal and external customers or clients

  • Dependable and reliable: displays responsible behaviors at work

  • Initiative: demonstrates a willingness to work and seeks out new work challenges

  • Integrity: treats others with honesty, fairness and respect

  • Mathematics: uses mathematics to solve problems

  • Motivated to advance in his/her career

  • Exhibits mental alertness and quick-thinking

  • Personal appearance: neat, clean, and well-groomed

  • Professional: maintains a professional demeanor at work

  • Proficient in English 

  • Reading: understands written sentences and paragraphs in work-related documents; applies what is learned from written material to work situations

  • Respectful: works effectively with those who have diverse backgrounds

  • Team player: works effectively with others

  • Technology: uses information technology and related applications to convey and retrieve information; demonstrates strong computer skills in Microsoft Office, email programs, and internet browsers

  • Telephone skills, including a pleasant phone voice and etiquette

  • Verbal communication: maintains open lines of communication with others 

  • Writing: uses standard English to clearly communicate thoughts, ideas, and information in written form

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: (including physical requirements)    

  • This position requires repetitive use of a keyboard, bending, sitting, squatting, and simple grasping.

  • Some lifting (0-25 pounds) may be required.

NOTE:  This job description is not intended to be an exhausted list of duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job



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