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J.D. Kathuria Photo J.D. Kathuria
LiveAssistance, President

"Live Assistance for Customers on the Web"


Listen to Briefing from 02/05/99 & Receive Handout

J. D. Kathuria, President of Live Assistance, started in the Real Estate business in 1990 at the tender age of 18. While working and going to school full-time, he obtained his broker's license in the Commonwealth of Virginia at the age of 21. In 1995, he joined IBSI, an Information Technology company, while continuing his Residential and Commercial Real Estate business part-time. Last year, IBSI started to market and operate a unique service which allows the on-line consumer to initiate a one-on-one text chat with a live operator 24 hours a day on the Internet. J.D. immediately saw the potential of assisting "cyber savvy" Realtors across the country by providing real time human interaction with visitors to their web sites. This innovative service called LiveAssistance has been successful in capturing leads on behalf of many companies around the world.J.D. is a licensed broker with Century 21 Laughlin Fine Homes & Estates in McLean, Virginia. He is a graduate of George Mason University and received a Legal Assistant Certificate from Georgetown University.


Contact Information:

J.D. Kathuria
President, LiveAssistance
14102 Sullyfield Circle, Suite 350
Chantilly, VA 20151
(v) 703-488-3981
(f) 703-817-1314
(e) jd@liveassistance.com
(w)www.liveassistance.com





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