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UPDATE 07/09/2018:

We picked our winner for the current scholarship, Theodore E. Martin:

OUR SPRING 2019 SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW ON! Fill the form below to apply!

Who we are


Zenlist is a team of independent thinkers from outside the real estate industry creating solutions for the modern home buyer and seller. We are college grads who were given many opportunities along the way and determined to pay it forward.  

Our purpose


To create the premier marketplace for accurate home listings and information.  Zenlist is focused on real home buyers and curates the most comprehensive set of active and pre-market (“Coming Soon”) home listings available.  With Zenlist, home buyers can search with confidence on the journey to their dream home.

Our mission


Buying real estate is an emotional, complicated, and expensive experience.  Zenlist provides the most complete online and offline experience for the modern day home buyer.


Scholarship Details


Award: $1,500 per award, biannual

Deadline: November 30th 2018, June 30th 2019
Our Scholarships are offered twice per year (biannual). Fall Scholarship applications must be completed by 11/30/2018 and will be awarded on or near 01/15/2019.  Spring Scholarship applications must be completed by 06/30/2019 and will be awarded on or near 07/15/2019.

Eligibility Criteria:
Open to US citizens or permanent residents enrolled in or planning to enroll in an accredited college or university full-time in 2018.  There is no minimum GPA requirement, but it is mandatory to include your cumulative GPA and declared major in our application form. The basis for awarding the scholarship will be the passion and originality of the applicant, as represented by their video sample. Verification of enrollment will be required. Individuals are only eligible for one award.

How to Apply:  

To apply, create and submit a short video (<2m) on the following topic:
Talk about an accomplishment that you are most proud from the past few years. Have fun talking about it, be yourself!

Here are some ideas to get you started
1. Did you set goals for this?
2. What were the challenges?
3. How did you solve it?
4. What did you learn from it?

*We certify we will not sell or share student information with any third party. The information is collected for scholarship candidacy purposes only.*