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It's a New Year. Get a New Job! Tri State Commercial Is Looking for Agents — Sponsored on Bushwick Daily

It's a New Year. Get a New Job! Tri State Commercial Is Looking for Agents

Maybe you've been wondering how to improve your life.

The new year arrived which might have prompted you to wonder what you are doing with you life. (We’ve all been there.) Maybe, you tell yourself, it’s a time for a new job, something with awesome benefits and a great salary.

Well, lucky for you, Tri State Commercial Realty is looking for real estate agents. So if you’re feeling like a career in commercial real estate is the right move for you, read on.

Tri State Commercial Realty is one of the leading real estate advisory and brokerage firms specializing in commercial leasing and investment sales in the NY Metro Area. They are based in Prospect Park, South Brooklyn. Highlighted by its integrity, honest dealing, commitment to professionalism, excellence, and personalized service, Tri State Commercial realty is a major player in the commercial real estate industry thanks to its solid client base of landlords, developers, and credible tenants.

 They require that the candidates are:

→ Self-motivated and self-disciplined

→ Ambitious

→ Attention to detail

→ High communication skills

→ Ability to close deals

 They offer:

→ Company exclusives

→ Strong leads & client base

→ Ongoing training

→ Office & marketing support

→ A commission split which is among the highest in the industry

→ The-sky-is-the-limit salary. Consistent agents make a six-figure salary in their first year

If you’re interested, upload your resume here.

Cover photo: Vita Vilcina/ Unsplash

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