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I am a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designee and experience in residential and commercial for almost 20 years. Please advice.
20 days seems a bit ambitious to open your own brokerage. If you want to build a business that lasts, you need to first focus on a detailed business plan, then focus on building your brand. That means coming up with a great name, a great slogan, and a great logo. Once you have all that, you need to work on establishing your presence online with a website and social media accounts.
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Emile is right. 20 days is too short a time. However, I don’t mean it cannot be done. I’m not familiar with the paperwork and legalities of the project but if you want to establish a virtual commercial brokerage brand, it can be done. All you need is a domain name, email addresses, logo, content, and website. Once website is up and running, you can quickly build its online presence on top channels. I have done it all in 2 weeks for a client of mine. Find me at email@example.com in case you have any queries.
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