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Old 07-17-2007, 11:13 AM   #1
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Its going to be a good day...

Well I sent out my resume the other day and got a few call backs for interviews this morning. So i'm pretty excited and nervous at the same time. The last interview I went on was about 4 yrs ago. Any tips. :icon_bigg


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Old 07-17-2007, 11:18 AM   #2
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Well I sent out my resume the other day and got a few call backs for interviews this morning. So i'm pretty excited and nervous at the same time. The last interview I went on was about 4 yrs ago. Any tips. :icon_bigg


Yep, gonna be a GREAT day :icon_bigg Good luck on that...Confidence! Your a salesmen, if you get the interview then you've got the job (or atleast that's how I've always seen it)...you're simply closing the deal in the interview. Just close close close...
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Here's a tip. Talk like a Texan, not a yankee. :laughing6 :icon_bigg
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be confident, tell them everything they want to hear and not what you think about them (even if the lady that interviews you is fat, old, and saggy), and pucker up....because you gotta get ready to kiss some
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Thanks guys. I can always count on you guys for a little boost. :laughing6
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Thanks guys. I can always count on you guys for a little boost. :laughing6
So what field you going into now or are you staying with what you were doing before?
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Here's a tip. Talk like a Texan, not a yankee. :laughing6 :icon_bigg

Sh*t......I don't think you even want to hear my "texan" accent
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So what field you going into now or are you staying with what you were doing before?


Just going to stay in New Home Sales for now and see what happens. Just go to a different Builder.

I have an interview with....... Kimball Hill, Supreme, Beazer and Choice as of right now. But I have a few more that I am hoping to hear from soon.
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Just calm down and go get what you want. Matt you are a great person and would be a awesome person to have work for anyone. Just go in there with confidence and ask them when you are starting.


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Just going to stay in New Home Sales for now and see what happens. Just go to a different Builder.

I have an interview with....... Kimball Hill, Supreme, Beazer and Choice as of right now. But I have a few more that I am hoping to hear from soon.
Did you ever try Royce? I know they are ALWAYS hiring for New Home sales...good luck on that though too. Hey did Candy ever decide on a spot for this Saturday...*please say Chrome please say Chrome...got some very sexy young lady's in that club, been needing an excuse to go...
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Did you ever try Royce? I know they are ALWAYS hiring for New Home sales...good luck on that though too. Hey did Candy ever decide on a spot for this Saturday...*please say Chrome please say Chrome...got some very sexy young lady's in that club, been needing an excuse to go...

Royce SUCKS!! I will never work for royce. Haven't heard any good things from people that have worked there. The reason why they are always hiring is cause ppl are always quitting to go to somewhere better.


Yea I think its Chrome as of right now for Sat. night.
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Old 07-17-2007, 11:46 AM   #12
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Royce SUCKS!! I will never work for royce. Haven't heard any good things from people that have worked there. The reason why they are always hiring is cause ppl are always quitting to go to somewhere better.


Yea I think its Chrome as of right now for Sat. night.
:laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6 LMAO, I know NOTHING about home sales....glad to hear it though in case I ever decide to change careers.

So it's Chrome?

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Good luck Matt.

Try Perry Homes or Pulte. They are very high with customer satisfaction results.
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Yea I sent my resume out to every "top" builder in town. See what happens. Some of the interviews I will be going on will be just to help get back into interviewing mode ya know.

We will see what happens in the next few weeks.
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Yea they are. I know a few ppl that work there and its still hard to get in. David Weekley, Trendmaker, Newmark, Emerald those are just a few of the builders that are hard to get in and once your in you do not want to leave. LOL
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Well, whatever you do...get with a quality builder so when I am ready to get this house you can gimmie that great house with the 58% markdown we were discussing the other day...
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Well, whatever you do...get with a quality builder so when I am ready to get this house you can gimmie that 58% markdown we were discussing the other day...

Lol If I got that much off for my self I would have a few houses. :laughing6
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I'm in Real Estate...New homes....Looking to go to a new builder. Things aren't working out with the builder I'm with now.
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Lol If I got that much off for my self I would have a few houses. :laughing6
LMAO, ok fine...just get me a good deal on a nice house aight..., I figured it was worth a shot :laughing6
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