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Contrary to a common belief held by many, entering the coveted industry of real estate is not limited to residential brokerage. In fact, according to Weichert Commercial Brokerage, becoming a commercial real estate broker offers beneficial opportunities to pursue a successful career that one can build upon.

For people seeking a real estate license or considering a change in career within the field, Weichert Commercial encourages these future or current agents to evaluate the benefits and opportunities of both residential and commercial real estate, as there are a few differences to explore. The main difference is in the relationships one builds within the industry. As opposed to residential real estate, which is home-centric, commercial real estate brokers with the proper training can work with high-income buyers who either run companies or are looking for retail, office, industrial or investment properties. These relationships are long-term and can result in leveraging multiple business opportunities over time.

In addition to being immediately positioned in the high-level corporate business arena of real estate, commercial brokers with Weichert Commercial also have the benefit of being provided the highest number of leads of any other commercial real estate company, including existing relationships with many companies among the Fortune 1000.

“Our goal as a full-service commercial brokerage company is to create deeper connections with our customers and vendors that last a lifetime,” says John G. Udell, president of Weichert Commercial Brokerage, Inc. “Becoming a broker in the commercial industry allows one to leverage their interpersonal skills on a whole new level to create high-end earning potential through new and existing relationships. We take pride in sharing that opportunity with our team here at Weichert.”

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