Ford Realty is looking for a few good people to join us in our Beacon Hill office
We are already established in downtown Boston as one of the most successful agencies in town. We’ve been on Charles Street for years and are now we are looking for one more agent to join our team.
Boston Real Estate Agent Details
Ford Realty is a leader in the downtown Boston condominium sales and apartment rental businesses. We are looking for real estate agents to join our office located on Tremont Street across from the Boston Common. Agents will be responsible for both sales and rentals.
Our office gets lots of foot traffic walking by our highly-visible storefront windows. We’re located in the same block as the Ritz Carlton Towers, Grandview, Parkside, and Tremont-on-the-Common condominium projects and around the corner from 45 Province. The W Boston Residences, Ritz Carlton Towers, and Heritage on the Garden are all nearby.
The ideal candidate will be a hardworking, honest, and motivated self-starter with a positive attitude, great people skills, and a strong desire to succeed.
Looking for full-time or one part-time agent, Experienced agents are preferred but new agents are welcomed to apply.
Career requirements are:
1) Licensed Massachusetts real estate salesperson’s license (or, in class)
4) Knowledge of Boston’s neighborhoods and its history
We offer you:
1) Leads from our highly-successful, well-placed websites (page 1 of Google for “Boston condos” and “Boston real estate”, among others)
2) No desk fees
3) No franchise fees – independently owned
4) Commission-based salary
5) Company paid business cards, advertising, marketing, signs, and errors & omissions insurance
Contact us cell/text 617-595-3712.
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The Ass and his Purchaser
A man who wanted to buy an Ass went to market, and, coming across
a likely-looking beast, arranged with the owner that he should be
allowed to take him home on trial to see what he was like. When he
reached home, he put him into his stable along with the other asses.
The newcomer took a look round, and immediately went and chose a place
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saw this he put a halter on him at once, and led him off and handed
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see him back so soon, and said, “Why, do you mean to say you have
tested him already?” “I don’t want to put him through any more tests,”
replied the other. “I could see what sort of beast he is from the
companion he chose for himself.”
“A man is known by the company he keeps.”