E1 Holding expands with 3 further
Locations 2 x Berlin and 1x Cologne
E1 Holding expands with three other locations
Despite Corona, the real estate market is booming, and E1 Holding continues to grow successfully. In Germany, three new locations are now added to the existing 43 locations. Two of them are located in Berlin, one in the cathedral city of Cologne. However, the specialist for off-market real estate thinks in even greater dimensions. According to the vision, there will be 700 locations in Europe by 2030.
Wiesbaden. E1 International Investment Holding GmbH, headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany, has long been represented nationwide. Through a sophisticated Franchse concept, 43 offices now belong to the closely interlinked network of real estate agents. One focus is on large cities with high growth potential. So it is no surprise that with two representations in Berlin and one in Cologne, three new offices in German metropolises are now being added.
E1 Holding attaches great importance to the qualifications and experience of the individual licensees who manage the sites as independent directors. With Marco Scharobe and Henry Wellhausen for the new offices in Berlin and Ehab Salem for the office in Cologne, exactly these qualified candidates have been selected. All three not only have at least five years of experience as independent real estate agents, but also have excellent knowledge of the off-market real estate segment.
One of the principles of E1 Holding is to bring only the best into the team. Their character is particularly important for new candidates. E1 wants its licensees to be people who not only bring the necessary know-how, but also work goal-oriented, show respect for others and have goals in life. It is quite possible that many more people with these characteristics will find their way to E1 in the next few years. The company has set itself a target of 780 licensed offices by 2030 at the latest. The focus will of course be on Germany, but serious talks are already taking place in Austria, Switzerland and Greece on the establishment of their own distribution in these countries. For interested real estate professionals who fit into the profile of E1, there should be plenty of opportunities in the future.
Long-time experienced real estate agents wanted for existing customer support!
If you want to work with E1 Holding as a licensee, you only have to pay a symbolic license amount of 349 euros at the beginning. For this purpose, a prospective customer receives not only intensive training related to the E1 system, but also continuous further support. These include, for example, a large range of off-market properties, investor contacts with purchase profiles, and templates for legally secure contracts, to name just three points. In order to become a licensee of E1, it is not necessary to rent expensive office space. According to the company, it is possible to work comfortably from the home office, and it is demonstrably able to earn a six-figure sum per year. No wonder, then, that there is a great deal of interest in a partnership with E1 Holding. Every month, around 100 requests are received from interested parties, according to the E1 headquarters in Wiesbaden. But it also says quite clearly and without any hesitation: we only choose the best!
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