A Career in Real Estate with
ARMSTRONG FIELD, INC.
Whether you are newly licensed or an experienced real estate
salesperson, one of the most
critical career decisions is your choice of company affiliation. It can be difficult to differentiate one real estate company
from another. They all
operate somewhat differently, but seem to offer what appear to be the same
benefits and features. How
do you decide? Take a few
minutes to read this and we think you will have a head start to making
a wise decision
Field Real Estate,
of the most successful and highly respected real estate offices on the north
shore of Massachusetts, was started by Lillienne Field during
the late 1940's and operated until 1978. James Field Armstrong founded
Field, Inc. Real Estate as a continuation of Field Real Estate, offering the same
committed service to his clients, agents and employees.
Armstrong Field, Inc. acknowledges that the
foundation of a thriving and strong real estate office is the agent. This is the reason that
every major decision that is made at Armstrong Field, Inc. includes the
input of all of our full-time agents.
Unlike most other real estate companies
(especially the franchises), we do not hire everybody that comes to us. We
are very picky about who we want to work with. The candidate must be a
self-starting, pro-active, tech-savvy, likeable person who loves to work
with people. You must have the patience to deal with first-time home buyers,
and be just aggressive enough to negotiate and get things done (whatever it
may be). Our business incorporates the latest technology, so we require all
our agents to have
a smart cell phone (iPhone, Droid, Blackberry, Windows, etc).
Armstrong Field, Inc. offers what is considered one
of the best compensation packages in the industry, yet there are no office
or desk fees of any kind, and you aren't nickel and dimed to death with
technology, administrative, referral or other fees.
If this sounds like the working environment that you want, click on one of the links below for
New Agents and prospective
real estate agents
Massachusetts Real Estate Agents
currently have an
inactive real estate license, Click Here