WATCH: From car guard to estate agent

WATCH: From car guard to estate agent

Selestino Chiko Munyaradzi, known as “Selly”, was a car guard 10 years ago, till Chris Tyson, CEO of Tyson Properties went outside and asked him one question: “Would you like to work for us?” Now celebrating his 10-year anniversary with the property agency, Munyaradzi is living in Durban and working as an intern training to become a real estate agent.

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  • Jenny Griffiths
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    Good Luck Celi hope you make many sales you deserve it. You are a Gem XX
    Jenny Griffiths Tyson Props.

    • mdu
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      Wishing you all the best even it is not easy but focus do not look back we support you and let us work together to educate others to be come the estate agents and God one day rewards us and let us love one another.surely once you have one sale and other sales will follow all the best again

  • mdu
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    This guy (ex car guard) reminds me of me when I started as a garden boy and then went from the garden to a messenger, from a messenger to estate agent and from an estate agent to being a director imagine. After that I ran the construction company, which is still running getting jobs here and there. Now I am running my own real estate agency company where I am principal and working with 3 agents based in PMB and Dbn. Today I am happy to be a brand on my own, hoping to train and bring more people to the world of estate agents. I want to develop young people who come to the industry and want to get the support to all the companies, international and national companies including the family-owned businesses, to share and allow people to work with them and share the bread with everyone. My company’s name is Ngwanelihle Property t/a Bms property Pty Ltd

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