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Home Brokers Exploring Alternative Careers

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By : John Cutts    99 or more times read
One of Maryland’s home brokers, Johnny Baker, is exploring a new career. The real property broker and Haven Premier Centers owner is hoping that the Prince George County, Maryland school board can use his skills in management. He stated that his foray into school management is not too far a step from his job as a broker since real estate is a field that is also based on fostering good relationships.

According to him, he will be required to form good relationships with educators and parents at the school board to ensure that children’s education is maintained at the highest level. The 43-year-old Baker filed for a seat at the school board of District 9 which represents the areas of Clinton, Oxon Hill, Fort Washington and Accokeek.

Baker lives in Brandywine and has been operating realty centers in Lanham and Clinton for the past seven years. He also has a Charles County office. He reveals that he has been involved in his children’s education – all three of whom attend public schools – and is hoping to help build a stronger relationship among businesses, school systems and parents.

The property broker states that businesses should support local schools by making donations like computers or Internet service or by having employees donate their time as mentors to the students. He added that in times of economic difficulties, home brokers and businesses should do their share to help their communities. Businesses can benefit from these participations since these students could end up being their employees in the future, he further added.

Should he be given a chance to be part of the school board, Baker states that he would make it a point to let parents know what is happening to their children’s education by providing video forums or online chats if parents are unable to meet administrators and teachers in school premises to discuss issues on education. He also emphasized the need for parents to provide a support system to teachers handling their kids’ education.

Baker is just one of the home brokers who feel that his expertise in real estate management can also be used in fields outside of the real property industry. In his case, getting more involved in local education is where he perceives his skills will be of much use.
John Cutts has been educated in the finer points of the foreclosure market over 5 years.

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