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EOP Real Estate, LLC is my new home

I just transferred my license to EOP Real Estate, LLC.

I got my license 2 years ago and affiliated with the Long & Foster office in Olney, MD.  I was very impressed with the dynamic manager and immediately felt at home there.  Over these 2 years the office has seen many changes, some for the better, others not.  I have developed very special relationships with the other agents and I have learned a lot from them.  I am confident that these friendships and relationships will endure even though several of us have changed companies. 

I have since moved (personally) from Olney and it was becoming increasingly inconvenient to use the office resources.  It was obvious that a change might be necessary.  I struggled with the choice of just transferring to another Long & Foster office close to my home or starting fresh with a new company.

My decision to change affiliations was not an easy one.  I am someone who is not good with change and I like to stay where I am comfortable.  However, I could not let fear hold me back from taking a chance that I think will be beneficial for my business. 

After reading blogs by Dianne Aurit about starting a brokerage and talking to Stewart Penn about the benefits of being independent, I feel I need to give the independence (at least semi-independence) a try.  I am grateful to both of them for taking the time to provide me with important information.  I talked to my current and past clients and everyone indicated that they would work with me regardless of my affiliation.  All were supportive of my choice.

I decided on EOP because the broker is very dynamic and seems to have a good balance between allowing me my independence but still being available when I need him.  In addition, EOP Real Estate's focus on community service aligns well with my only value of giving back.

I am excited about this change and I am looking forward to seeing where this decision takes me professionally.

If you or someone you know would like information about buying, selling, or renting a home in Prince George's, Montgomery,  Charles, Calvert, Anne Arundel, Howard, and/or Baltimore Counties please contact Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh of Century 21 New Millennium.

 

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17 commentsDr. Stacey-Ann Baugh • November 28 2009 08:16PM
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