Bryan Ginsburg

Why did you decide to pursue a career in property?

I have always viewed the industry as a challenging one. Each situation and circumstance with each and every deal or client is unique, and the challenge of coordinating all these aspects, namely the understanding and implementation of socio-economics, is of major interest to me

What do you find to be the most enjoyable and the most challenging aspects of the job?

The most enjoyable and challenging aspects of my job coincide with one another. A property is fixed – it is the constant factor. The challenge is the variable, ultimately the buyer and seller. It is absolutely enjoyable dealing with each unique personality, need and realistic view, and challenging matching these unique personalities with each individual deal.

What characteristics, in your opinion, make for a great estate agent/broker and why?

The ability to listen and learn. Listening to the ever-changing property environment is paramount and consistently educating myself is important to ensure that I am able to enter a negotiation with solid tools and powerful knowledge.

What are some of your career goals?

To become the top of my game in a partnership with a strong brand, ensuring that I am the first port of contact for my buyers and sellers by providing a differentiated service of integrity, market knowledge and seamless service.

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