E1 Expands with further location in the dusseldorf district (Bruges)
E1 Holding is growing and facing international expansion
and Europe has been booming for several years. The Corona crisis could not change that. Many real estate agents even used the crisis as an opportunity to become even more successful in the future with the E1 holding licensing system. E1 Holding has been able to win a total of 5 new licensees since the beginning of 2021 and is now represented at 47 locations nationwide.
This rapid growth is no coincidence, because with the licensing system the new partners join a successful and established network. Brokers are usually left to their own devices in their daily work. The acquisition and brokerage of real estate is very complex. Ultimately, this has an impact on success and thus on income. Anyone who works as a licensee at E1 Holding does not have these problems. The company provides its licensees with a network of partners and extensive know-how.
In addition, the licensees are accompanied from the beginning and have access to all properties. The lengthy search for suitable properties is no longer necessary. Those who join the network immediately benefit from the booming real estate market.
For this reason, Mr Gerhardts von Gerhardts Immobilien has also decided to join E1 Holding as a licensee. The successful real estate agent from Bruges takes care of all matters related to the real estate of his clients. In particular, it is difficult for many people to sell their own property because they have little experience with it. In the future, its customers will now benefit from the partnership with E1 Holding.
Other licensees that have been working with E1 Holding since 01.01.2021 include:
– Ehab Salem from Cologne
– Henry Wellhausen from Berlin
– Marco Scharobe from Berlin
– Salih Korkmaz from Cologne
Long-time experienced real estate agents wanted for existing customer support!
Expansion within Europe is imminent and represents the next step in the success story
The success story of E1 Holding is now on the verge of the next milestone. The company has been in talks with numerous countries in the EU for several weeks regarding possible distributions. The aim is to successfully and comprehensively handle the real estate trade for customers on the European market as well. At its core, it is always about the purchase, mediation and sale of objects of various kinds. The European market opens up a wide range of opportunities and offers opportunities for new and established licensees.
If you are interested in a partnership with E1 Holding, do not hesitate, but contact the company today.
In a non-binding initial interview, you will be explained your opportunities and opportunities. You then decide whether you want to be part of the Future European success story. Of course, E1 Holding is still looking for real estate agents for the federal territory. It does not matter where you are resident or active. E1 Holding covers the whole country and is therefore not limited to any specific region.
Become the next licensee of E1 Holding. You bring your knowledge to the partnership and at the same time benefit from the experience of the other licensees as well as the infrastructure of the licensor. E1 Holding is looking forward to hearing from you.
Do you have any questions or would like to test the real estate franchise?
We look forward to hearing from you!
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