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Rich Levin's Success Corps inc, Real Estate Speaker and Trainer

"From Your First Assistant to a Multi Agent Team!"

Listen to Briefing from 02/21/10

Interview Summary:

Real Estate Agent Teams are a reality of a successful business. The challenge is for the Agent to reach their greatest potential while increasing their quality of life and their service to their Clients and the public. Like any other professional, this is only possible when the Agent brings other people into their practice. Good decision making, solid business systems and appropriate skills are necessary. All of these elements of building a successful practice are developed in this session.

Rich Levin is a nationally known coach, educator and speaker. Rich has been in the Real Estate Business for over 30 years with the last 15 dedicated to coaching and speaking. His specialty is in raising Agent Production. He is a regular contributor to various Real Estate publications and has spoken at events from small offices to NAR convention as well as coaching top Agents from across the country. He is CPBA and e-PRO certified.

Contact Information:

Rich Levin
Real Estate Speaker and Trainer, Rich Levin's Success Corps inc
38 Modelane
Rochester, NY 14618
(v) 585-244-2700
(f) 270-294-2700

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