RISMEDIA, May 23, 2009- While many companies are downsizing in the current economic climate, Long Realty is expanding its sales force to better serve the needs of its growing base of buyers and sellers. With more than 33 offices across Arizona and Mexico, Long Realty is looking for candidates interested in a career in real estate. According to the company, it has built a strong reputation of having knowledgeable and experienced sales associates and offers a portfolio of world class programs and real estate services.
“I believe Long Realty is the Smarter Way to Sell Real Estate. We offer tools and programs that save our associates time and money,” said Rosey Koberlein, CEO of the Long Companies, continuing, “The best opportunity to be successful in the field of real estate lies with Long Realty. How? From our leading market share to our exclusive marketing and technology programs and one-stop-shopping services, our resources give our sales associates the advantage to sell more real estate.”
Interested candidates can now easily evaluate their potential in a career in real estate sales with Long Realty. By taking a free, online career assessment on Long Realty’s career website, www.TheSmarterWayToSell.com, candidates can find out if they possess the traits that lend themselves for a successful career in real estate. The assessment takes less than 8 minutes to complete, and the results are provided instantly via e-mail. Further questions about taking the next steps on this career path can be answered by an experienced Long Realty Branch Manager upon completion of the online assessment.
Long Realty is dedicated to the success of its sales team, which is why extensive training is provided for new sales associates through the Long Realty Academy – a 2-week, in-depth training course covering all aspects of real estate sales techniques, perfect for those new to the business or seasoned professionals new to Long Realty. On-going, education courses are also offered through Long Realty University allowing associates to reach their full potential in this field.