Yes, there are jobs out there

Sep.September 29, 2010 05:45 PM

Just this week, a number of companies said they are looking to hire real estate pros, according to The Real Deal’s job board.

Extreme Realty Advance, a brokerage firm specializing in the sale and leasing of residential and commercial properties in the Bronx, Lower Westchester and Upper Manhattan, is looking for a real estate sales and leasing associate in the Bronx. Renaissance Equity, a property management company, is seeking an in-house landlord tenant attorney in Brooklyn. And Elegran Real Estate and Development Services, a full-service real estate firm focusing on buyers and developer services, wants to hire a real estate agent in the city.

For all real estate-related job opportunities, see the link to The Real Deal’s job board at the top of the website or click here. Jobs are searchable by title, company, location and job type. And you can also post a job there for $50 for 30 days. TRD


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