Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties Hosts Free Career Night, Feb. 8 | Business
Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties’ New Agent Training Office (NATO) will host a free Career Night on Wednesday, February 8 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Open to all real estate agents, including newly licensed agents, and those who are curious about a career in real estate, attendees will learn how NATO provides newly licensed, or experienced agents looking to accelerate their business, the tools for a successful real estate career.
NATO is CBP’s propriety and nationally renowned training program. It is a comprehensive, six-week training program where agents receive hands-on real estate experience both inside and outside the office. Each student is paired with an experienced sales agent or sales manager for one-on-one coaching and support. Agents are required to complete two transactions in order to graduate. Since 2004, NATO has graduated more than 400 agents, many of whom are among CBP’s top producing agents today!
Those interested in attending Career Night must RSVP by calling (808) 262 – 3160.
WHEN: Wednesday, February 8
6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties
1909 Ala Wai Boulevard, #C-2
(Validated parking available at Waikiki Landmark – enter through second driveway)
RSVP: (808) 262 – 3160
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