Being a real estate agent in NYC is no easy feat. No matter your personality, it’s hard not to get typecast as a stereotypical, shady broker—unless you work for Realty Collective. Their number one priority is to make everyone’s apartment hunt a positive experience. Even their handbook drives home the importance of being personable: “You are a therapist, an apartment therapist,” it states on page four. “You will spend a lot of time helping people make the right decision for them, even though it might not be financially advantageous to you–but that’s what makes us different.”
Many of their agents double as artists, designers, and musicians, so you will be surrounded by creative people who have a passion for Brooklyn neighborhoods. Their offices are in the Columbia Waterfront District, on bustling Smith Street, and in Clinton Hill, and they cover residential and commercial rentals and sales. If you are an experienced agent and looking to work for an innovative company that values outgoing and inventive people, get in touch. Schedule an interview by emailing your resume with cover letter explaining your interest in the position to firstname.lastname@example.org. Check them out at realtycollective.com and read more about their non-creepy policies here.