“We are seeking a dynamic, creative, action-oriented person to represent Redfin to the four corners of the real estate world. Letting everyone know what we are doing and thinking, why we are doing and thinking these things, and how they will benefit the consumer and the real estate industry,” reads the job description. “You will help craft Redfin’s position on industry topics such as syndication and IDX rules and then spread the word about these positions, and their benefits, to the rest of the industry. You’ll be building these relationships throughout the industry via trust and hard work, not golf.”
This provides additional clues on the direction of the Seattle-based company as it looks to position itself for success following the pending merger of Zillow and Trulia.
In his article on GeekWire, John Cook asks the question: Why does Redfin — a real estate brokerage — need a person to work on relations with others in the real estate industry?
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