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Asked by Kisia, Brooklyn, NY Sun Apr 28, 2013

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Albert Capoz…, , New York, NY
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Dear Mona:

As Licensed Real Estate Salespersons by the State of New York we are able to conduct business anywhere in the state as sponsored by an approved real estate broker--this you know.

My answer to you is to search for listings yourself, be they for sale or for rent, for residential use or commecial use and then present them to your sponsoring broker.

No broker will turn away opportunities that you bring forward (and if they do I'd look for another sponsoring broker) and by doing so you'll be building your own book of business and showing your sponsor-broker that made an excellent choice by bringing you on board.

Remember we are our own success stories and everyone's plan to be successful is an important one, no matter how diverse or unique!

Good luck. You'll be a great success I'm sure!

Albert Capozzelli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
AC Lawrence, a Bellmarc Company

PS: AC Lawrence is a great place to launch and grow your business! I'd be happy to talk with you further about it.
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Jennifer Fiv…, Agent, Red Hook, NY
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Your License allow you to conduct business throughout the state. Considering New York is a large State I can't see how you could possible cover it. You are suppose to do what is in the best interest of the client so how are you going to successful do this with no knowledge of the areas?

Conducting real estate in Brooklyn can be far different from in a small rural town. It might be best if you concentrate on a specific area and if business opportunities comes up in other areas refer the business out..
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Researching other areas, maybe? No? I'm completely aware of how large New York is. Well thanks for your reply, I totally get where you're coming from.
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Joseph Hasti…, Agent, Bayside, NY
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Hi Mona. Yes you can do business anywhere in NY state. Here's the thing, if you are in Brooklyn would you really want to show property in Buffalo? As you move forward in this business, you may find it best to concentrate within a specific area or a radius of an area. You could concentrate on being the broker (in a given region) with extensive knowledge of the area and it's services. If you spread yourself too thin, you might find yourself travelling more than selling. Just my 2 cents. Good luck.
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Christopher…, Agent, Tarrytown, NY
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Hi, Yes you can. Try one of the bigger companies that have offices throughout the state.

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