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Business Development Advisor (Real Estate)

Job Description
A Business Development Advisor (Real Estate) is a real estate agent who help clients with a property transaction. When selling a home, clients need the advice of a Business Development Advisor who can help them value their real estate appropriately and market it to the community. Similarly, when purchasing a home, Business Development Advisors offer invaluable advice on how to negotiate and get the best possible value. The candidate for this Business Development Advisor role must have excellent communication and customer service skills.
Job Responsibilities
Advise clients on how to market their home and sell it quickly and for good value
Engage with other Business Development Advisors to advocate for your clients and mediate all negotiations between seller and buyer
Understand the local real estate climate and how to appropriately price a home
Initiate home showings for clients and help them understand what they want in a home
Create marketing materials to advertise homes in your portfolio that are for sale
About PMZ Real Estate
PMZ Real Estate is the #1 real estate firm in the market and is the 38th largest real estate firm in the United States. Our agents sell over $1.2 billion dollars in Central Valley real estate annually. With offices throughout the Central Valley, Mother Lode and East Bay and over 550 real estate professionals, PMZ Real Estate offers its clients the best opportunity for success in meeting their real estate needs.
Regulatory Notice. To work as a real estate agent (and be qualified for this position) you must have (or obtain) a real estate license. Like getting a driver's license, state authorized training/testing is required to get certified. Third-party educational institutions provide this fee-based training to the general public.



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