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Real Estate agent partner


Midtown Properties, Inc.

Posted On: 1/9/2013


We have openings for Full-Time licensed Real Estate Salespersons/brokers. 

Experience is not necessary although preferred. Due to our strong investor client base. We will train all new agent partners "on the job" on investment, sales, property management, rentals in both residential and commercial properties. We also have a restaurant division that speciallize in restaurant sales with or without liquor license and real estate.

Due to our marketing efforts, we currently have a large Chinese speaking investors client base needing our services. No office hours. No desk fee. Company leads and advertisement provided. 


Must be able to work full time. Must be honest, dedicated, energetic, and willing to help people. A real estate license, a 617 code cell phone, a car, a mobil scanner, internet access, personal printer.  

Immediate opening for Fluent Chinese-English speaking licensed salespersons/brokers. 


Compensation package designed to enhance individuals ability and to achieve individual's ambition. 


Contact Information

Jason Pan Phone Number: 617-834-4071 Email: Call, text, or email
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