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Our Vyllage
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Vylla Home military to real estate career program

The Carrington and Vylla family of companies take pride in serving our communities and our nation’s Veterans throughout their homeownership journey.

In line with our commitment for positive impact, Vylla Home is pleased to be afforded the opportunity to transition your service in the military to a thriving career as a Vylla Real Estate Agent. Our “Vyllage” is growing our team of professional REALTORS® while providing the best homeownership experience possible, and we offer an environment where a transitioning Veteran can find purpose, impact and belonging outside of the military.


Vylla For Transitioning Military Service Members 

Our team of Veteran colleagues understand firsthand that stepping outside the military leaves opportunity for you to establish new trusted relationships, and we would be honored introduce you to our “Vyllage.”  We understand you also need support, so this is why we are pleased to offer three separate paths to become a Vylla Home REALTOR® that provide options for financial assistance. Whether you want to ease into your real estate career gradually, or you are ready to hit the ground running, we ensure you are supported with the best leadership, resources, mentorship and training help you succeed.

Ready to Join Our Vyllage? 

  • Veterans and transitioning military service members are encouraged to apply! Just use the form on this page to get started.
  • We will reach out to you for your resume, to schedule an interview, and answer any questions you have.
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