Full Stack Engineer
SFR3 is a boutique real estate investment fund acquiring $3.5B+ in affordable single-family homes by 2024. The Fund renovates distressed homes, using software-driven operations to run many “tertiary” markets concurrently. Today we own 10,500+ homes in 20 states, buying & building several hundred more every month.
You love building software that directly enables your team to crack critical business challenges. You’ve shipped production applications and can strike the right balance between shipping fast for immediate impact and long-term vision. You enjoy working remotely along with the independence and responsibility that comes with that.
Real estate is the world’s largest asset class, but experience in the domain is not required. What is necessary is motivation to dive in and understand the work people do every day so you can build the right tools that give them leverage. The idea of building & running a $150M/yr business that operates like a startup, growing at 5-7%/yr (not a startup looking for PMF) is exciting to you.
What You’ll Do
Buying, renovating, and managing a portfolio of thousands of homes worth billions of dollars is a big task. Our team is continuously experimenting to improve efficiency and accelerate operations.
You’ll join a pod that consists of seasoned business owners paired with product and have complete ownership over a domain to to crank out needle moving features weekly. There’s a lot for a small team to do, so we look for “T-shaped” engineers. You should be comfortable and confident across any stack, but also have deep expertise in one or more areas where you can be the team expert.
You’ll be working across multiple mobile and web projects. You might be a great fit if these attributes describe you...
- Experience building products that drive real-world processes and results.
- You have strong product sensibilities to build experiences users love.
- UI sensibility, ability to effectively collaborate with designers.
- Entrepreneurial experience preferred
- Your timezone has at least 4 working hours of overlap with US Eastern (anywhere in the Americas).
Languages / Frameworks
For planner side, need Java backend experience; as well as relatively deep AWS experience, good at databases (mysql and postgres) and generally good at working with third party apis (rest, graphql, etc)
For Onsite/Vendors - need Python, postgres