Want to work with us?
We’ve believed from the beginning that we need the right people on the bus in order to achieve our audacious goals. Feel like you fit our core values? Want to be a part of an innovative team trying to change the way homes are bought and sold? Browse our job listings and reach out!
What do our values mean to us? They are the DNA behind the ideals, mindsets, and ethos that define who we are - and who we can never cease to be. We are a small team with an ambition that stops nothing short of changing the way homes are bought and sold across the country; our values make sure we never get lost along the way.
We measure as a team. We win and lose together.
Ideas aren’t born with titles. The best ideas should win, whether they come from the CEO or the intern.
Risk is essential for innovation and growth, and some failure is inevitable. Learn from it & grow.
Adam Pollack is Accept.inc’s Co-Founder and CEO. Before Adam left Harvard to change real estate for the better, he started his business career with his twin brother. Together at eleven years old, they started a hauling company that was featured as a cover story in the WSJ. At Harvard, he studied Social Theory, French and Spanish, but spent most of his free time boxing. Upon leaving school, he and his fellow founders participated in the esteemed Y-Combinator startup accelerator and thereafter won the backing of several prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalists. He was also awarded the honor of being a Thiel Fellow.
Nick Friedman is Accept.inc’s Co-Founder and COO/CRO. When Nick is not managing and growing Accept.inc’s home purchase and mortgage funding operations, he enjoys beatboxing, minigolf, and sour beers. Nick studied mathematics and economics before dropping out of Williams College to co-found Accept.inc. Nick also participated in Y-Combinator.
Ian Perrex is Accept.inc’s Co-Founder and CTO. Ian completed a Master’s at Stanford where he studied AI, then founded and sold a startup that helps Fortune 500 companies manage their data. When he is not building the software infrastructure behind upgrading the way homes are bought and sold, Ian is either hiking or pursuing his Doctorate in Technology at Purdue.