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Assn Of Realtors Chamber Mixer Focuses of Young Professionals

When you ask young people what profession they would like to go into, not many of them say Real Estate, but maybe they should. Carry Sanders is the General Manager of Network Real Estate and he is also the Chair of the Nevada County Association of Realtors Young Professionals Network..

click to listen to Carry Sanders

The Young Professionals Network is an effort to get more millennials  to consider a career in Real Estate or the professions and services related to it.

click to listen to Carry Sanders

The Young Professionals Network has three goals, Community Building and networking with all professionals in the business, Promoting home ownership and Giving back to the community.

Nevada County Association of Realtors President, Greg Bulanti says the young people who have signed on with local Real Estate Agencies are quite impressive.

click to listen to Greg Bulanti



Bulanti says in all the major offices young people are doing really well and the Young Professionals Network is assisting them.

The Nevada County Association of Realtors is Hosting a Chamber Mixer Thursday April 21st from 5:30-7:30 pm. All professionals are invited to attend as well as those young people wanting to get more information about Real Estate and the Young Professionals network. the mixer is in Esterly Hall, downstairs in the Nevada county Association of Realtors Building, 336 Crown Point Circle, Grass Valley.

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