[...] becoming a real estate agent in the Bay Area might be the right career for you but it doesn’t come easy.After you’ve received your real estate license you should join a company that offers an “earn while you learn” training program.[...] if you’re broke and have fire in your belly, get out there and knock doors and leave an introduction at every house in the city.Introduce yourself as the new neighborhood real estate specialist and don’t stop until you have enough repeat clients and referrals to sustain the comfortable income you desire.Real estate isn’t unlike having your own store, restaurant, or other business.With the right attitude to serve and the stamina to work hard everyday, you just might be a perfect candidate for a career in Bay Area real estate.Karin Cunningham, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services California Realty, (650) 438-3504, firstname.lastname@example.org.Within the first 30 days of getting your license, organize all of your contacts into a sortable database, including name, phone number, email and mailing address.Contact everyone in the first 30 days to let them know that you in the business; then provide valuable insights to them every month thereafter.Becoming a real estate agent is a truly exciting and sometimes scary decision.For champions, greatness starts with an idea and a burning desire for achievement that is backed by right ACTION.Most people become real estate agents and begin with paralysis of analysis.Join a top real estate company that will invest in training for your success.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 11, 2014
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FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - GATEWAY BERKSHIRE REAL ESTATE & SERVICES, LLC
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