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Trainee In Nh Willing To Work For Free

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Kate

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Certified Residential Appraiser
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New Hampshire
I realize that your time is valuable and you may not have time for a trainee. I am willing to do anything. I will do all the running around for you and you don't have to pay me a penny for three months. If after that time you don't see how motivated I am and what a good worker I am we can part ways. All I ask for is the experience.
I am a store manager who is also a landlord with a real estate salesperson lisence and in Sept. will have my appraisal trainee lisence.
Can't wait to hear from you.
Thank you
 
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hal380

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Apr 26, 2003
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Certified General Appraiser
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Connecticut
Suggestion!!!!


Tell us where you are, and how far you will travel, wanna work in Connecticut? Not an offer, but an illustration.

Regards

Hal
 

Gina Leone

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Apr 17, 2003
Katharine,

am a store manager who is also a landlord with a real estate salesperson lisence and in Sept. will have my appraisal trainee lisence.

How do you plan to do this since New Hampshire requires a supervisor before you can apply for an apprentice license. Is there a loophole I'm missing?

Gina
 

Kate

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Certified Residential Appraiser
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New Hampshire
I will travel anywhere in New England for the opportunity to train. Ma, Conn, VT, Maine, with in reason if I can't get home at night and have to relocate that would be an exception.
 
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